Frisco News

“Service Above Self.” To Rotarians, this is about being servant leaders in our community. But to the men and women serving Frisco in our police and fire departments, it is a way of life. This award is to recognize Frisco's… More
It's a safe bet you interact with technology more than with other people. Maybe you code for fun, maybe you get paid to have fun coding. The question isn't whether you want coding to be part of your life. The… More
The city of Richland, Washington announced that Frisco Police Chief John W. Bruce has been selected as the city's new chief of police. More
Denton County on Tuesday approved a property tax limitation for seniors and people with disabilities. More
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Collin County has been celebrating for the past 12 months the start of the organization in McKinney 50 years ago. While the “Boys Club of McKinney” started serving young men in April 1968, the… More
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Collin County has been celebrating for the past 12 months the start of the organization in McKinney 50 years ago. While the “Boys Club of McKinney” started serving young men in April 1968, the… More
Frisco ISD recently hosted its annual awards banquet, and Tyra Damm, a gifted and talented integrated language arts teacher of Pearson Middle School, was named the district's Secondary Teacher of the Year. Below, Damm talks about her history and passion… More
Prosper Independent School District announced the inaugural class of the Prosper ISD Athletics Hall of Honor. More
Aidan Bieghler has taken a real liking to performing music on the bass and double bass, and now that passion is about to take him to some of the most prestigious venues in the world. The eighth-grader at Hunt Middle… More
Incumbents Shona Huffman and Bill Woodard retained their seats Saturday on the Frisco City Council. More
Gopal Ponangi, Natalie Hebert and Chad Rudy came away with wins Saturday night in the Frisco ISD Board of Trustees election. More
Incumbents Shona Huffman and Bill Woodard lead in their respective races for the Frisco City Council through early voting. More
Early voting came to a close Tuesday evening as 39,736 residents voted during early voting and 1,108 mail-in ballots in Collin County. More