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Southwestern University is planning a $24 million renovation of its Fondren-Jones Science Hall.

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Southwestern University kicks off latest round of campus upgrades

One in five students who attends Southwestern University pursues a bachelor’s degree in the natural sciences, a statistic that officials say has driven upcoming renovations to the campus. more »

Aug 13, 2014 Georgetown

Deterioration and age have resulted in vehicle weight limits being placed on the Austin Avenue bridges in Georgetown.

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Austin Avenue bridges facing fight against the clock

Since May vehicles weighing more than 48,000 pounds have been prohibited from driving across both Austin Avenue bridges spanning the San Gabriel River just north of downtown. more »

Aug 13, 2014 Georgetown (1 Comments)

The Vintage development races toward completion

A decade after Mischer Investments and Kickerillo Companies joined forces as V&W Partners to purchase 630 acres from the Hewlett-Packard Company, The Vintage has become one of the most sought after mixed-use communities in northern Harris County. more »

Aug 12, 2014 Spring | Klein

Tomball pursues funding for improvements to FM 2920

The city of Tomball is pursuing infrastructure improvements to FM 2920—the city’s major east-west thoroughfare—as well as building and planning for alternative east-west corridors designed to increase mobility and reduce congestion through the city. more »

Aug 6, 2014 Tomball | Magnolia

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Wal-Mart’s new store plan troubles some

Wal-Mart Stores Inc. officials are working to open two more Supercenters in Frisco in 2016 in addition to the two Supercenters and one Neighborhood Market Market already in operation. more »

Aug 6, 2014 Frisco (12 Comments)

Officials: More hotels offer new tourism opportunities

With the promise of new area hotels in the pipeline, the Frisco Convention and Visitors Bureau is biding its time until it can begin promoting new hotel locations to convention and meeting planners and continue expanding an already growing Frisco tou more »

Aug 6, 2014 Frisco

Future four-year college debated

Higher education and drawing a four-year university to the community has been on the city of Frisco’s radar for more than a decade. more »

Aug 6, 2014 , Frisco (1 Comments)

Missouri City implemented a five-person motorcycle police unit this summer for local traffic enforcement.

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Cities focus on public safety efforts

Public safety entities in Missouri City and Sugar Land are trying to ensure they are meeting the public’s needs by adding to or altering existing facilities and considering new construction. more »

Aug 6, 2014 Sugar Land | Missouri City

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