Cattone Recognized by Council

Mayor Ray Smith presents Barbara Cottone a Certificate of Appreciation for her service on the Town’s Parks and Recreation Board at Tuesday’s Town Council meeting. Her term expired in September.

While at a book store, I’m just as likely to be watching the people there as I am to be looking at the books. I look at what they are reading, what they are buying, and which books they are chatting with others about. And that was the case this morning, Columbus Day, as I
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Leslie Scott, Director for the Prosper Community Library shared the library’s latest award at Tuesday’s Town Council meeting. The Prosper Library Services Department received the Texas Municipal League Award for Excellence for the Town of Prosper Book Trail located behind Judy Rucker Elementary School.

New website devoted to festival introduced The Prosper Christmas Festival will prove to be a stroll in the park this year, as construction downtown has resulted in the relocation of the 2017 version to Frontier Park. Planners expect the festival to return downtown next year. Set for Saturday, December 2 from 3 p.m. to 6
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The year was 2006. The population in the Town of Prosper was a mere 5,244 but would increase by five when Darrin and Rita Hendley moved to Prosper with their three children, Rose, Sarah, and Ross. Fast forward eleven years and the then-newcomer Hendley family are now familiar faces around the Town of Prosper, often
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This year, Cornerstone Assistance Network has committed to paying $100,000 in direct bill pay for our Neighbors in need. Help us meet our goal and register to play in the 7th Annual Cornerstone Golf Classic presented by ONE Community Church on October 23rd at Stonebridge Ranch Dye course! We have a few spots left! Play for the
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