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New ACA provisions, enrollment start

More than a year after the federal government introduced its online health insurance marketplace, individuals, employers and hospital staff are gearing up for the Affordable Care Act’s next open enrollment period, which began on Nov. 15.

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Transit options to increase connectivity on horizon

Rail transit was chosen by Plano residents as the top transportation choice for the future, per survey feedback of the city’s comprehensive plan update. The city continues to work with Dallas Area Rapid Transit to plan for regional growth, but with t more »

Nov 26, 2014 8:00 AM Plano

Mayor Harry LaRosiliere thanks Toyota’s Jim Lentz with Nastia Liukin.

Courtesy Toyota Motor North Amer

Toyota Motor Corporation donates $1 million to Plano’s Academy High School

CEO of Toyota North America Jim Lentz announced the company’s $1 million donation to Academy High School on Oct. 27, a physical expression of the company’s desire to be an active partner with the city. more »

Nov 26, 2014 8:00 AM Plano

Urgent, emergency clinics on upward trend in Frisco

Freestanding urgent care and emergency care clinics are on the rise throughout the nation, and Frisco is no exception. According to national health care organizations, the number of freestanding emergency rooms have doubled in the past decade to nea more »

Nov 12, 2014 8:00 AM Frisco 2 Comments

Plano seeking public feedback in creation of new comprehensive plan

Plano city staff is seeking public input throughout the month of November as it collaborates with City Council and the Planning and Zoning Commission to overhaul the city’s comprehensive plan created in 1986. more »

Oct 22, 2014 8:00 AM Plano

A concept rendering of what the completed recreation center will look like in 2018.

Courtesy City of Southlake

Southlake Recreation Center breaks ground

After 18 years of planning, feasibility studies and meetings, the Southlake Community Recreation Center has broken ground. more »

Oct 15, 2014 12:00 AM Grapevine | Colleyville | Southlake | Westlake

Cyclists and pedestrians will soon be able to use newly connected trails and safety gates to cross 
Colleyville's three railroad crossings.

Photo by Sherelle Black

Railroad crossings soon to go quiet

By the end of the year, Colleyville residents will no longer hear the train horn blaring as the train approaches the city’s three railroad crossings at John McCain, Pleasant Run and Bransford roads. more »

Oct 15, 2014 12:00 AM Grapevine | Colleyville | Southlake | Westlake

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