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Race for the Community

Whether you’re trying to accomplish a New Year’s resolution, get in better shape, or walk for a cause, we’ve got you covered with this list of ten upcoming races in the area. by Savannah Peer | Digital Manager Heart and

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Deputy City Manager Frank Turner to Retire Ending 41-Year Municipal Career

  Plano City Manager Bruce Glasscock announced the retirement of Deputy City Manager Frank Turner, effective February 29, 2016, closing out a stellar 41 year municipal career, including 32 years of service to Plano. “In his three decades with the

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Teen-on-Teen Abuse and What it Means

Parents and teens should recognize the abusive dating problem, and it should be addressed early with both girls and boys. The conversations should include related topics like misuse of alcohol and social media and how to avoid compromising situations. by

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Five Films for Family Movie Night

Here are some of my ideas for a fun movie night with your family. by Savannah Peer | Digital Manager TELL ME YOUR FAVORITES on our Facebook Page!   OPENING IN THEATERS NATIONWIDE TODAY! The Fifth Wave A massive series

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Collin College Opens New Health Sciences Center Honoring Dr. Cary Israel

Three decades of Collin College leadership were present at the ceremonial ribbon cutting for the Cary A. Israel Health Sciences Center, a new building on Collin College’s Central Park Campus in McKinney. The new facility provides state-of-the-art learning spaces for

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Dear Parents of Young Men…

  by Dr. Kwabena Blankson | Contributor You and your son may not know this, but in the next romantic relationship he is in, he is (statistically speaking) more likely to be a perpetrator of violence than the victim. How

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Yes, You Will Love Her: Playwright Linda Daugherty

Linda Daugherty began her theatre career as an actress on Broadway, but when the young mom moved to Texas in 1983, she found her passion for writing screenplays about real life issues. Bless Cricket, Crest Toothpaste, and Tommy Tune in

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Risks at the Heart of the Issue

  by Karyn Brodsky | Staff Writer As a woman, have you ever given thought to your risk of cardiovascular disease? Here’s something that may make your heart skip a beat: according to GoRedForWomen.org, heart disease is the #1 killer

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Book Review

  “GET OUT OF MY LIFE, BUT FIRST COULD YOU DRIVE ME AND CHERYL TO THE MALL?” A Parent’s guide to the new teenager by Melissa Chaiken | Section Editor In Get Out of My Life, but First Could You Drive

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