• Prestonwood Polo Brings the Kentucky Derby to Denton County Residents for a Worthy Cause

    OAK POINT, TX – Prestonwood Polo and Country Club will give Denton County residents a slice of the real Kentucky Derby experience at the annual Polo on the Lawn on Saturday, May 6 at 3 p.m. Prestonwood Polo and Country…Read More

  • Clean Up the Creek

    At The Village at Prosper Trail PROSPER, TX – After being tasked with devastating and unforeseen costs last year that wiped out the HOA budget, the Village at Prosper Trail residents had a choice this spring when it came to…Read More

  • Start Your Engines

    World Famous MOMS Host their Eighth Annual Car Show World Famous MOMS brings Main Street Aubrey alive by hosting and sponsoring an area wide car show during Memorial Day Weekend. The last seven years the event has benefited the Vietnam…Read More

  • Mother’s Day in the Garden at Hagerman NWR

    Sunday, May 14, 2017, 3:00pm – 5:00pm, Patricia Crain, Friends of Hagerman Families are invited to bring Mom out to HNWR for a stroll through the Butterfly Garden. Garden docents will be on hand to help you learn about the…Read More

  • Eggtastic Event Brings Hundreds to the Little Elm Park

    With almost perfect weather, the Town Eggtastic Event went off great. About 20,000 eggs were place on three large areas, separating the age groups. At the starting signal, all of the children disappeared from the starting line, like a huge…Read More

Main Street McKinney Named Quarterfinalist for “America’s Main Streets” Contest

By 380news | Metro

McKINNEY, TX – McKinney’s Main Street program has been named a quarterfinalist for the 2017 “America’s Main Street” contest by Independent We Stand, a national small business movement. McKinney and the City of Plano are the only two cities in Texas ranked in the top 25.   Voting for the top Main Street program will take place at MainStreetContest.com through…Read More

How’s Your Garden Growing?

By 380news | Home & Garden

Kami Gildersleeve, Horticulture Administrative Assistant     How’s your garden growing? Hopefully you have gotten all your vegetables in the ground and growing strong. If you haven’t, it’s probably too late for most of our warm season vegetables. But fear not, we have an even better potential for fall vegetable gardening.  Mark your calendar now to attend the free Keep…Read More

Bike the Bricks brings nail biting racing to downtown McKinney

By 380news | Metro

McKINNEY, TX (May 11, 2017) – Race into Memorial Day weekend and witness the non-stop thrills and the occasional spills during the 8th annual Bike the Bricks on Friday, May 26. Spectators will have front-row seats as more than 500 cyclists from around the globe take to the bricks and tight turns of historic downtown at speeds up to 40…Read More

First Automotive Dealership in Prosper

By 380news | Business

Toyota and Penske Motor Group Break Ground PROSPER, TX – Penske Motor Group (PMG) is marking its expansion into the Dallas market with a community kickoff event and steel raising ceremony at the site of its newest dealership, Longo Toyota of Prosper – the first automotive dealership in the Town of Prosper. PMG is celebrating the 50th anniversary of its flagship dealership – Longo Toyota – and Longo’s 50th consecutive year as the No. 1 Toyota dealership in the world by opening its first Longo-branded dealership outside of California. Guests…Read More

Contractors Seeking to Work in Prosper Must Register

By 380news | Prosper

Door-to-door sales calls require Solicitation Permit from PD PROSPER, TX – Homeowners needing repairs to their residences should make contacting the Town’s Building Inspections department their first step in the process, according to Hulon Webb, Executive Director of Development and Community Services. Volatile weather like the Town recently experienced means that wind, rain and hail can cause significant damage to homes and businesses in the area. “Making use of the Town’s staff as a resource during these times is a smart move, because we can help insure that your chosen…Read More

From the Desk of Hugh Coleman

By 380news | Business

TxDOT originally authorized funding for Highway 380 in the amount of $50 million. Additional funding has been added to the project with the total funding now at $74,587,878.00. Schematic: Designed grade separations at FM 423 and FM 720. AECOM completed revised grade separation design at FM 720 and FM 423 with six lanes going over cross streets. AECOM submitted grade separations for Navo and Teel Parkway. There has been continuing coordination between Frisco and Little Elm on additional grade separations. AECOM received direction from TxDOT in midSeptember to proceed with…Read More

Little Elm Voters to Decide on Continuation of Street Program

By 380news | Little Elm

LITTLE ELM, TX – Little Elm voters will trek to the polls on May 6 to decide whether or not to extend a program that provides funds for street maintenance. At stake is the continuation of the Street Maintenance Sales Tax Program. The program, first approved by Little Elm voters in 2005 and reauthorized by a significant majority of voters in 2009 and 2013, sets aside 0.25% of the Little Elm sales tax receipts and deposits those funds in an account to be used exclusively for the repair and maintenance…Read More


Little Elm Shooting Reported

By 380news | Little Elm

LITTLE ELM, TX – Little Elm Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding a shooting between acquaintances on April 24, 2017. A dispatch call was received shortly before noon today for a shooting in the 2800 block of Dawn Springs Drive in Little Elm. Officers who arrived on the scene came across a shooting victim in distress and bleeding in the home’s driveway, being tended to by neighbors. The shooting victim, still unidentified, is described as a 19-year-old Asian male. Verified as a resident of the reporting address, the victim, who…Read More

Celebration of Heroes in Prosper

By 380news | Metro

PROSPER, TX – The Prosper Historical Society is honored to present a Memorial Day event titled “Celebration of Heroes” on Monday, May 29, 2017 at 11:00 a.m. at the Frontier Park Pavilion. This community event, held on Memorial Day, is offered to honor and remember our service men and women who died while in active military service and to recognize the valor and patriotism of those who defend us now. The program will feature guest speakers, patriotic songs, readings, and recitations. Collin County Commissioner Susan Fletcher and Collin County Court…Read More

Will an Expanded Panama Canal Help Texas Ports?

By 380news | Metro

AUSTIN, TX – In 2016, the Panama Canal completed a massive expansion that allows it to accommodate many more of the larger cargo ships navigating today’s global trade routes – and it could mean new economic opportunities for Texas ports. For Texas to benefit fully from increased ship traffic in the Gulf of Mexico, however, it must expand its ports…Read More

Texas Medicaid Mosquito Repellent Benefit Aims To Protect Texans

By 380news | Metro

AUSTIN, TX – Texas started providing this year’s statewide Medicaid benefit on May 1, 2017, for mosquito repellent to prevent Zika virus transmission. The Texas Health and Human Services Commission is offering the repellent to more Medicaid clients to ensure additional Texans are protected from the virus that can be devastating to unborn babies. For the first time in Texas,…Read More

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