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About: frisco, texas

Frisco is located in northeastern Texas. It is considered to be a commuter city, as many of the residents work in Dallas. The area where Frisco now sits was settled by pioneers travelling along the Shawnee Trail. This trial was later used for cattle drives north of Austin and eventually became Preston Road, one of the oldest North-South roads in Texas. When the St. Louis-San Francisco Railway came through the area, several watering holes were constructed so the steam engines could refuel. One of these waterholes became the Frisco community, named after the railroad.

Population: 116989
Local Newspapers: Frisco Enterprise Daily Commercial Record
Local Sports Teams: Dallas Burn Dallas Cowboys Dallas Mavericks Dallas Stars Texas Legends Texas Tornado Frisco RoughRiders Texas Rangers
Local Colleges: Dallas Baptist University

Zip Codes associated with frisco, texas: 75034 75035
Towns/Cities near frisco, texas : McKinney Plano Carrollton Little Elm Grayhawk The Colony Twin Creeks Paloma Creek

Frisco News
PE-backed BelHealt buys travel staffing firm Advance Med

American Health Staffing Group Inc , which is backed by BelHealth Investment Partners LLC, has acquired Frisco, Texas-based Advance Med, a provider of travel nursing solutions. No financial terms were disclosed.

Continue reading Landowners to McKinney: Forcible annexation plan is a 'pile of crap'

A fight to forcibly annex thousands of acres outside the city limits continues to rage as the council tries to beat a new state law that goes into effect Dec. 1. On Monday and Tuesday, landowners lined up and for hours gave council members an earful. They said the plan reeked of corruption, calling it a "bad deal" and a "pile of crap."

IGDA grants the National Videogame Museum $4k to help pay for student visits

The National Videogame Museum in Frisco, Texas has received a $4,000 grant from the International Game Developers Association that will be used to help cover the costs of visits by Title One school students. It's a notable effort by the IGDA, especially since students attending Title One schools often come from low-income families and may face extraordinary circumstances which make it difficult to visit the Museum.

IKEA Grand Prairie to Open on December 13, 2017

The 290,000 square-foot future IKEA Grand Prairie will be the fourth store in Texas, and 47th in the U.S. Collin County's IKEA Frisco opened in 2005 as the first DFW IKEA store. Other Texas IKEA stores are in Houston and Round Rock, with a San Antonio-area store planned to open summer 2019 in Live Oak, and a Fort Worth store to open as the third DFW-area location, also in summer 2019.

Two North Texas suburbs rank among America's besta

If you're lucky enough to have a job where you could pick up and live just about anywhere, you might as well get the most for your money. Here are the cities where you can do that! Buzz60's Elizabeth Keatinge has more.

The top D-FW commercial real estate transactions for Oct. 9-13

EMD Group LLC purchased Parkway Corners, a 67,486-square foot shopping center located at the northwest corner of Dallas North Tollway and Trinity Mills Road in Far North Dallas. Brandon Beeson and Brandon Crow of EDGE Realty Capital brokered the sale by Greenway-Parkway Corners LP.

Court clears way for 6-game suspension of Cowboys' RB Elliott

FRISCO, Texas - A federal appeals court cleared the way for the NFL to impose a six-game suspension on Dallas Cowboys star Ezekiel Elliott over domestic violence allegations Thursday, siding with the league in the latest high-profile fight over its ability to punish players for off-field behavior.

No prosecution of Cowboy Damien Wilson in parking dispute

Dallas Cowboys linebacker Damien Wilson won't be prosecuted over a Fourth of July parking dispute in which he was accused of brandishing a rifle and threatening tailgaters outside a soccer venue. A Collin County grand jury Tuesday declined to indict Wilson, who was arrested on two counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.

New Builds Signal Growing Strength of Independent Hotels and New Entrepreneurial Brands

New hotel construction in major markets and second tier cities is signaling the growing strength of independent hotels and smaller entrepreneurial brands. The new properties span urban hotels, resorts, historic restorations, and anchors of major redevelopment programs, emerging business districts and dynamic new sports and entertainment complexes.

Continue reading Historic Denton County cemetery gate down

The old entrance to the historic Zion Cemetery had to come down for the widening of FM423 in far eastern Denton County. Most of the road work wrapped up in July, but the fence, gate and archway remained untouched this week - and that has some residents concerned.

Frisco, Texas is the Fastest Growing City in the U.S. for Business

Well, Frisco in Texas is the city with the fastest local economic growth in the U.S., according to an in-depth study of 2017's Fastest-Growing Cities in America. The study conducted by personal-finance website WalletHub shows Frisco and other fast-growing cities could be ripe for small business development.

Continue reading Top D-FW commercial real estate deals for the week of Oct. 2

Eldorado Crossing, a 31,000 square-foot multi-tenant shopping center at FM 423 and Eldorado Parkway in Little Elm, was bought by a local investor from Vista Properties. Jose Thankachan of Beam Real Estate brokered the sale with Sean Byrnes of Byrnes Co.

3-star WR Tre Adams commits to Arizona Wildcats

The Arizona Wildcats picked up a commitment from three-star wide receiver Tre Adams on Wednesday, he announced on Twitter. Adams, a 6-foot-3 target, hails from Wakeland High School in Frisco, Texas.

Top 10 list of fastest growing U.S. cities includes 4 Texas hotspots

In May, Frisco was named the country's second fastest-growing large city in terms of population. Now, the Dallas suburb ranks as the fastest-growing city in the U.S. based on population and 14 other economic measures.

Do You Live in the Fastest-Growing City, or the Slowest?

Four Lone Star State cities, from little to large, were among the 10 fastest-growing cities economically in the nation, according to WalletHub. Looking for a place with a hopping job market, rising wages , and a turbo-charged economy? Then you might want to consider heading to Texas.

Hockey broadcaster Dave Strader dies of cancer at 62

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Community remembers Matthew Gowen

Eighth graders from New Cumberland Middle School will spend the day on the Susquehanna as part of the Chesapeake Bay Foundation's SWEE FRISCO, Texas - Hockey broadcaster Dave Strader has died after battling bile duct cancer for more than a year.

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