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Gas rate increase proposed for Richardson residents, businesses

Richardson residents and businesses could see a gas rate increase beginning Oct. 1.The change is the result of a rate review process overseen by...

Collin County adopts increased budget and decreased tax rate for FY...

Collin County adopted an increased budget and decreased tax rate for fiscal year 2019-2020 during a meeting Sept. 16.FY 2019-20 begins Oct. 1 and...

Collin College marks highest enrollment in 35-year history

More students are enrolled at Collin College than ever before.Total enrollment across the district’s five campuses came in at 59,278 for fiscal year 2019-20....

JUST IN: Texas Central signs design-build contract with civil engineering firm...

Editor’s note: This story has been updated to clarify the difference between Texas Central’s Sept. 13 announcement about a design-build contract with Salini Impregilo...

Accucode 3D celebrates merger with The 3D Printing Store with Sept....

Accucode 3D is now Accucode 3D and the 3D Printing Store following a merger of the companies in July. The 3D Printing Store now...

Area superintendents talk school finance reform at State of the District...

Leaders from Richardson’s two school districts met with the community Sept. 11 to discuss the state of public education.The annual State of the District...

New partnership with Texas State University allows Richardson ISD teachers a...

Richardson ISD teachers now have a new opportunity for professional development.District trustees approved a partnership Sept. 9 with Texas State University in San Marcos....

More than 70 Richardson-based nonprofits to participate in 11th annual North...

The 11th annual North Texas Giving Day is set to take place Sept. 19.Organized by Communities Foundation of Texas, North Texas Giving Day benefits...

Barbara Tunstall joins member services team

Barbara Tunstall has joined the Richardson Chamber full time supporting our member services effort. Barbara has been a long-time volunteer with the Richardson Chamber...

Member news September

Blue Cross is celebrating 90 years and opening 10 new clinics, including one coming in the new year to Richardson. The clinic is only...

Podcast: Women in Leadership, preparing for the next stage

At the September Women in Leadership event, a panel spoke to women from millennial to pre-retirement, including legal and financial experts, to find out how...

UT Dallas ranks high on NYT mobility index

Not a day that goes by that we do not hear about the cost of higher education. But is the cost of a college...

Congressmen Taylor and Allred meet with chamber delegation

Freshmen Congressmen Collin Allred (D-TX 32nd District) and Van Taylor (R-TX 3rd District) met with Richardson business people and Chamber members last month to...

Ambassadors of the month

A special thank you to our hard-working ambassadors.Our summer ambassadors of the month are Mark Kobilka, Vivan Plumlee and Amy Taylor.Mark is owner of...

Promenade Printing relocates to new suite on Dallas side of Coit...

Promenade Printing relocated in August from Ste. 216 to Ste. 101 in the Spanish Village Shopping Center, 15615 Coit Road, Dallas. The business has been...

Texas Central high-speed rail project moves forward following RPA approval

The Federal Railway Administration granted the Rule of Particular Applicability—or RPA—to Texas Central on Sept. 4 regarding the high-speed rail project slated to connect...

Atlas OBGYN now open on Methodist Richardson Medical Center campus

Atlas OBGYN opened Sept. 9 at 2821 E. President George Bush Turnpike, Ste. 207, Richardson. The practice offers a full range of obstetric and...

Richardson City Council approves fiscal year 2019-20 budget, tax rate

A series of votes at the Sept. 9 Richardson City Council meeting served to ratify the fiscal year 2019-20 budget.This year’s expenditures total $298.4...

Nearly $400,000 in grants to reach Richardson cultural arts groups in...

Twenty-five cultural arts organizations could see grant funding from the city of Richardson in fiscal year 2019-20.This year’s budget allocates $375,000 in hotel-motel tax...

Monkey King Noodle Company to bring Northern Chinese street food to...

Monkey King Noodle Company plans to open by the end of this year at 520 Lockwood Drive, Richardson. The restaurant hails from its original...
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