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Frisco is located in northeastern Texas. It is considered to be a commuter city, as many of the residents work in Dallas. The area where Frisco now sits was settled by pioneers travelling along the Shawnee Trail. This trial was later used for cattle drives north of Austin and eventually became Preston Road, one of the oldest North-South roads in Texas. When the St. Louis-San Francisco Railway came through the area, several watering holes were constructed so the steam engines could refuel. One of these waterholes became the Frisco community, named after the railroad.

Population: 116989
Local Newspapers: Frisco Enterprise, Daily Commercial Record Courier
Local Sports Teams: Dallas Burn, Dallas Cowboys, Dallas Mavericks, Dallas Stars, Texas Legends, Texas Tornado, Frisco RoughRiders, Texas Rangers
Local Colleges: State UniversityDallas Baptist University

Zip Codes associated with frisco, texas: 75034, 75035
Towns/Cities near frisco, texas : McKinney, Plano, Carrollton, Little Elm, Grayhawk, The Colony, Twin Creeks, Paloma Creek

Frisco News
Ex-husband, 63, who said he had a 'strong relationship' with former ...

American blogger who spoke out against religious extremism is hacked to death by Muslim militant group on Bangladeshi street as he walked with his wife EXCLUSIVE: 'I have my own theory about who killed my son.'

New homes set for Oak Point

Homes on 1-acre lots will soon surround the Prestonwood Polo & Country Club in Oak Point as part of a new residential development. Headed by the VCM Real Estate Fund, a Dallas-based real estate company, areas surrounding the polo fields are being turned into 22 home lots.

Frisco police arrest ex-husband of January homicide victim

Frisco police on Thursday afternoon arrested Robert Moses in connection with the slaying of his ex-wife, Anna Moses , who died in mid January. DNA evidence links Robert Moses, 63, to the homicide case, police said.

Music Company Launches National Tour to Offer Free Tryouts on Hundreds of Instruments

Music & Arts , the nation's largest school band and orchestra instrument retailer and music lesson provider, announced new dates for a national tour featuring hundreds of musical instruments. The Upgrade Your Sound event series will include 25 events hosted in 15 different states all of which will be free for the public to attend.

SIAC to keep a closer eye on local governments

FRISCO, Texas-SIAC on Feb. 9 started working with Stateside Associates, a state and local government affairs firm, in early February to monitor pending ordinances that could affect the security industry. "For us, it's more of a safety net to ensure that we're able to effectively work with [potential] jurisdictions" before they pass a harmful ordinance instead of after, Stan Martin, executive director for SIAC told Security Systems News.

Frisco's Baxter Brinkmann sells off more than 300 acres for new gated community

Brinkmann Ranch is a 5,000 acre ranch in northern Frisco, which has now become an infill piece of land in the rapidly growing city. Longtime Frisco landowner Baxter Brinkmann has sold parts of his more than 5,500-acre Brinkmann Ranch to a developer who plans to build a gated residential community at the southeast corner of Coit and Eldorado roads.

Frisco's Baxter Brinkmann sells off 300+ acres for new gated community

Brinkmann Ranch is a 5,000 acre ranch in northern Frisco, which has now become an infill piece of land in the rapidly growing city. Longtime Frisco landowner Baxter Brinkmann has sold parts of his more than 5,500-acre Brinkmann Ranch to a developer who plans to build a gated residential community at the southeast corner of Coit and Eldorado roads.

Heart art showcases Frisco students

The day that the HeartArt Wall at Stonebriar Centre Mall was unveiled, hundreds of people crowded into the space across from Sears. Because I am short, I had to wait for the crowds to thin to get a better look.

Frisco daycare, homeowner go to court over noise dispute that escalated to threats, harassment

An eight-foot brick wall separates the Kids R' Kids at Lawler Farm daycare center from homes along Independence Parkway in Frisco. A hearing for a temporary injunction is set for today in Collin County after a dispute between a Frisco daycare and a next-door neighbor over playground noise escalated into threats and harassment.

SIAC Teams Up With Stateside Associates for New Local Government Monitoring Program

Security Industry Alarm Coalition Director Ron Walters will work with Stateside Associates to report potential issues to Electronic Security Association state chapters for items of interest identified in their respective states. Selling alarm systems is more art than science, but one veteran industry consultant shares his proven formula to improve sales success FRISCO, Texas - The Security Industry Alarm Coalition and Stateside Associates , a state and local government affairs firm, have teamed up to develop a program that will monitor local governments nationwide for ordinances or policy discussions that could impact the electronic security industry.

Frisco voters to consider bonds for arts hall

Frisco voters will once again weigh in on a bond measure about a performing arts center on the May ballot. But unlike the measure four years ago that revoked the city's authority to spend bond money for a regional arts hall in Allen, this one asks for the authority to issue $10 million in bonds once the right arts project comes along in Frisco.

Audax invests in Corepoint Health

The Audax Group has invested in Corepoint Health . Financial terms weren't announced.

WholeLife Companiesa Receives Final Bond Approval to Build Active Adult Living Community in Frisco

The approval came following a public TEFRA hearing. TEFRA is an acronym for "Tax Equity and Fiscal Responsibility Act" of 1982, and is a pre-condition for the exclusion from gross income for federal income tax purposes of interest on all qualified private activity bonds.

North Dakota State RB John Crockett NFL Draft Scouting Report

Jan 10, 2015; Frisco, TX, USA; North Dakota State Bison running back John Crockett runs the ball against Illinois State Redbirds safety Tevin Allen in the second quarter in the Division I championship at Pizza Hut Park. Mandatory Credit: Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports As the North Dakota State football program has continued its dominance at the FCS level as well as shock FBS opponents annually, the Bison are sending a running back named John Crockett to the NFL that has big play potential and stands out in a class full of great backs.

Downtown Dallas rebound brings most office leasing since 1980s

Last year there was more office leasing in downtown Dallas than in any of the area's suburban business districts. That's the first time in more than 20 years that downtown has been the top office leasing market in North Texas.

Bennigan's CEO liked the chain so much, he bought the company

Paul Mangiamele, chief executive of die-hard Bennigan's, is expected to announce Monday that he and his wife have purchased the restaurant chain along with Steak and Ale and a related brand. Mangiamele, who has been in the hospitality industry for nearly 40 years, became chief executive of the franchising arm of the Irish-themed Bennigan's in 2011.

Comstock halts dividend on lower oil and gas prices

"During this period of weak commodity prices, we believe that it is most important to preserve liquidity and have more funds available to invest in our drilling program," the Frisco, Texas-based company said. Comstock will consider reinstating dividend in future quarters "based on general economic conditions, the company's financial position, capital requirements and other factors," it said.

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