A Community Built on Understanding

Frisco is currently home to around 174,000 people, and as our city has grown, it has also become more diverse. In recent years, our...

In Flight to Frisco

Everyone has hopes and dreams for the future. Some are more immediate than others, like finding a close parking spot, and others are more...

An Invisible Crisis

Imagine the average suburban family next door, the one that occasionally creates twinges of jealousy in you. Their life seems perfect, until a bizarre...

Helping Hands of the Community

In Frisco, we are blessed beyond measure to have a Fire Department that is always ready to step up and do whatever necessary to...

The Power of Care

Drive around Frisco and you will see signs of progress and prosperity on just about every corner. A new subdivision of half-million-dollar homes for...

U.S. 380 Deserves Better

The North Central Texas Council of Governments (COG) is a massive transportation apparatus that wields power across the fourth, and soon to be the...

Where the Crowds Are

Everyone wants to be where everyone else wants to be. It is human nature. Crowds turn heads, and in turn, draw more crowds. No...

A Close Call

Thanks to new software being implemented by the City’s emergency services, the people of Frisco can sleep a little more soundly at night. The...

Remember When

The City of Frisco has come a long way in the past 20 years. It has been declared the fastest-growing city in America, experiencing...

Pounding the Pavement

Sue Chapman, the president of the Frisco nonprofit organization Becky’s Hope Horse Rescue, needed seed money — literally. Last year, the organization decided to...

Community Connections

Michael Strand

Michael Strand, a first lieutenant in the U.S. Army, went through infantry training and was selected to attend Artillery Officer Candidate School after being...

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