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Celebrated Real Estate Brokerage Touches Down in Frisco

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Frisco, Texas – November 14, 2017 – Accomplished and well recognized full service real estate brokerage in Dallas, The Associates by Robert Elliott, is expanding into The Star in Frisco and attracting top talent. This leading brokerage sold over $200 million dollars in real estate in the North Texas area last year. The Associates exemplifies the ambitious aspirations of real estate …

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Probable Travel-Related Chikungunya Case

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(September 28, 2017) Collin County Health Care Services has informed the City of Frisco of a probable case of the Chikungunya virus involving a Frisco resident. The case involves a patient who traveled outside the U.S. No further information is available about the patient. Chikungunya virus is spread by infected mosquitos. Experts say symptoms include fever and joint pain that …

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Frisco Chamber of Commerce Adopts Hurricane Impacted Chamber and Community

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The Frisco Chamber of Commerce announced that it will be “adopting” the Houston Northwest Chamber of Commerce and community as part of the TCCE/TAB Disaster Recovery Initiative.  The goal of the “Adopt a Chamber/Community” program is to come alongside Texas hurricane affected chambers and assist them during the long-term recovery period, as well as engage community partners and local businesses …

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Frisco Police Investigate Fatality Motorcycle Crash

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FRISCO, TX – Frisco Police Accident Investigators are investigating a fatality motorcycle crash that occurred on Friday, September 8 th , 2017 at approximately 4:42 p.m. A motorcycle was travelling in the southbound lanes of State Highway 121 near Lebanon Road when the driver was involved in a crash with another vehicle. The driver of the motorcycle, 27 year old …

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Reconstruction Of Main Street, Water Line And Storm Drainage Improvements To Get Underway; Coincides With ‘Burying’ Of Electric Transmission Line

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(September 5, 2017) Frisco’s fast growing population is driving efforts to widen a section of Main Street from four to six lanes while improving storm drainage and a water line.   The project spans approximately three miles from F.M. 423 to Dallas Parkway.  The City of Frisco project will coincide with the Brazos Electric project involving burying an electrical transmission line under Main …

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Mosquito Pool Tests Positive For West Nile Virus;  Frisco To Spray Saturday, Sunday Nights

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(September 7, 2017) The City of Frisco will spray for mosquitoes after receiving confirmation a mosquito pool tested ‘positive’ for West Nile virus (WNV). Beginning Saturday, September 9, a third party contractor will drive a designated area south of Eldorado Parkway (between Independence Parkway and Custer Road) fogging for mosquitoes (see attached map). Treatment will begin at 9 p.m. Saturday and continue through 6 a.m. Sunday, …

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UPDATE: Frisco Police Need Help Locating Stonebriar Mall Shooting Suspect

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FRISCO, TX – During the criminal investigation of this incident, Frisco Detectives were led to Arlington, Texas where they located the suspect vehicle and were able to identify the suspects involved in this case. Frisco Detectives learned that all suspects and victims were not residents of Frisco and knew each other prior to the incident. Frisco Detectives obtained arrest warrants …

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Urgent Care for Kids Now Open in Frisco with Expanded Services

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FRISCO – Urgent Care for Kids’ Frisco location expands operating hours to 12 – 9 p.m. on weekdays and 9 a.m. – 9 p.m. on weekends effective September 1, 2017. The after-hours pediatric urgent care also released a new online websitemaking it easier for families to check-in, manage bills and insurance and connect with leading pediatricians. Urgent Care for Kids accepts all commercial insurances and Texas specialty …

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Frisco Fire Department Deploys To Support Hurricane Harvey Operations

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(August 24, 2017) The Frisco Fire Department has deployed multiple personnel in support of operations in South Texas as the State prepares for Hurricane Harvey. At 11:00 AM two members of the department were deployed to College Station in support of Texas Taskforce 1. These members will support rescue operations. One . additional member is still on standby if needed. …

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Two Mosquito Pools Test Positive For West Nile Virus; Frisco To Spray Saturday, Sunday Nights

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(August 17, 2017) The City of Frisco will spray for mosquitoes after receiving confirmation two mosquito pools tested ‘positive’ for West Nile virus (WNV). Beginning Saturday, August 19, a third party contractor will use a utility task vehicle (UTV) to target the greenbelt areas in the Starwood neighborhood (see attached map). The city contractor will also drive a designated area between …