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City Council approves plan to revamp Sears building, add new restaurants...

After sending developers back to the drawing board in early June, City Council unanimously approved a plan to revamp a portion of the Richardson...

Richardson City Council approves funding update for Campbell Road widening project

Richardson City Council approved a resolution on consent July 22 that updates funding information related to the Campbell Road widening project at US 75.The...

Collin County takes steps toward creation of 2 additional district courts

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State Farm employees in Richardson teach the art of extreme couponing,...

Craddock and Jones stockpile items from the store to get the most out of their couponing.Courtesy Regina Jones and Anna CraddockContents of the goodie...

Campaign filing window opens for Richardson ISD board; two incumbents apply...

The filing window for a seat on the Richardson ISD board of trustees opened July 22.The Nov. 5 election is the first under the...

Sweetwaters Coffee & Tea now serving handcrafted espresso drinks, whole-leaf teas...

Sweetwaters Coffee & Tea opened July 22 at 3613 Shire Blvd., Ste. 110, Richardson. The business offers handcrafted espresso drinks, whole-leaf specialty tea, frozen...

The Foreigner at the Richardson Theatre Centre

[embedded content] The award-winning comedy, the Foreigner, opens this weekend at the Richardson Theatre Centre (RTC) located at 518 W. Arapaho Road #113. It takes place...

Bilingual Storyteller Visits RPL

[embedded content] Storyteller, Carolina Quiroga-Hurtado has been traveling all over Texas telling stories and recently visited the Richardson Public Library.Quiroga-Hurtado who was born in Colombia...

For Doctoral Student, NIH Award Eases Path for Career in Pain...

Text size: research July 22, 2019 As a cognition and neuroscience doctoral student...

Youngsters’ Skills Take Flight at University’s Summer Coding Camps

Text size: campus July 22, 2019 Eighth grader Eliana Lainez pilots a drone...

AARP awards city of Richardson $15,200 grant for mobility improvements

Richardson is one of three Texas cities to be awarded a grant through the AARP Community Challenge.The city will receive $15,200 to replace one...

Main Street renewal project kicks off in downtown Richardson

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5 real estate trends to know in Richardson in 2019

Homes in Richardson are taking longer to sell than they did at this time last year, and the number of year-to-date sales is down,...

Richardson restaurant Del’s Charcoal Burgers evokes feelings of nostalgia for 60-plus...

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Week In Review, July 19, 2019

July 19, 2019 Here is the latest edition of Week In Review - a series of weekly messages from the Mayor and City Council to...

May real estate data: Richardson home market sees drop in price

Olivia LueckemeyerOlivia Lueckemeyer graduated in 2013 from Loyola University New Orleans with a degree in journalism. She joined Community Impact Newspaper in October 2016...

One-of-a-kind custom homes are the specialty of Richardson-based company Shaddock Caldwell

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Principals of the Year at Mark Twain Elementary, Lake Highlands HS

Principals of the Year at Mark Twain Elementary, Lake Highlands HSKerri Jones and Cathy KellyCathy Kelly and Kerri Jones are the RISD Excellence in Education...

BREAKING NEWS: Noah’s Event Venue announces closures in Richardson, other locations

Noah’s Event Venue in Richardson will close Aug. 5, according to an announcement on its website.“After lengthy back-and-forth negotiations, some landlords have decided to...

Featured Neighborhood: Enclave at Breckinridge

This month’s featured neighborhood is Enclave at Breckinridge. The neighborhood is located along Breckinridge Park in Richardson’s eastern panhandle. The data below is based...

The Flying Biscuit Cafe joins list of Richardson Restaurant Park closures

The Flying Biscuit Cafe permanently closed in mid-July, according to former Regional Manager Kevin Ochoa. A notice on the door says the business defaulted...
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