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Tuition on the rise for statewide and local colleges, universities

Tuition continues to increase for colleges and universities statewide as enrollment grows at higher education institutions across Texas. more »

Jul 16, 2014 , Cy-Fair

Residential property values climb in Georgetown, WilCo

Most homeowners in Georgetown found their property value increased in 2013, according to data released by the Williamson Central Appraisal District. more »

Jul 9, 2014 , Georgetown (1 Comments)

The Friendly Will Baptist Church demolition led City Council to approve a review of city processes and codes related to historic properties, said City Councilman John Hesser.

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City staff begins re-evaluation of historic commission’s processes

When the Friendly Will Baptist Church congregation sought to demolish its aging church structure and construct a larger building on the same site, they thought all it would take was a permit from the city. However, prior to beginning the demolition p more »

Jul 9, 2014 Georgetown

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Water woes: Frisco further restricts usage

As of June 29 the city has modified its Stage 3 watering restrictions and residents will have to adjust to using sprinkler systems only once every two weeks instead of once a week. more »

Jul 2, 2014 Frisco

Courtesy Wolverine Interests

Plano company invests in Frisco Square space

From the top floor of a Plano office building, Randy Pitchford, Gearbox Software President and founder, sits in front of his computer viewing Google Maps, pointing to the area in Frisco Square where construction on the company’s five-story office bui more »

Jul 2, 2014 Frisco

Many of the vacant land parcels along the Hwy. 249 corridor north of Spring Cypress Road are for sale and expected to be future retail or commercial developments.

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Retail, commercial growth on horizon for Hwy. 249 corridor

What was once a highway corridor lined with farmland and cattle pastures will transform dramatically over the next two years. About 500 acres of rural landscape is for sale along Hwy. 249 and is expected to be replaced with commercial developments. more »

Jul 2, 2014 Tomball | Magnolia

The University of Houston–Sugar Land campus will transition from a teaching center to a branch campus in the near future.

John Rigg

Developments in higher education on the horizon

University of Houston System planning to turn Sugar Land location into a branch campus more »

Jul 2, 2014 Sugar Land | Missouri City

The DPS North Station, opened this year, was the last piece needed for Southlake's re-rating success.

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Southlake snags best fire rating in the state

The Southlake Fire Department’s rating with the Insurance Services Office has jumped from a 4 to the top rating of 1, and the department has earned the state’s highest-ever recorded fire protection score: a 97.53 on a 100-point scale. more »

Jun 18, 2014 Grapevine | Colleyville | Southlake | Westlake

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