Gates of Prosper construction beginning to take shape

Scheduled for completion September 1, the Gates of Prosper is beginning to show glimpses of the finished product. Anyone driving close to the intersection at Preston Road and U.S. Highway 380 can get a view of the ever-changing landscape from the rising store walls to the planting of hundreds of trees as construction continues. The
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 We in Prosper are so lucky to have many new neighbors arriving by the day, it seems, due to all the recent growth around us. With Toyota and FedEx headquarters opening up shop, as well as many others, we are meeting with lots of new clients that, well, are just not very familiar with the
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For anyone who hasn’t been on a book trail, a treat awaits at the park behind Judy Rucker Elementary School, 402 South Craig Street — Eagles Landing Park. It’s a collaboration between the Prosper Community Library, Prosper Public Works, Prosper Parks and Recreation and Texas A&M AgriLife to bring literature outdoors to those utilizing the
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Joyce Godwin | Joyce@CedarbrookMedia.com   For the seventh year in a row, Prosper High School seniors have benefited from the Cory Ausenbaugh Memorial Scholarship. Two scholarships are awarded each year. One for a vocational student and the second for a student in the Ready-Set-Teach program at Prosper Independent School District. The Ready-Set-Teach program allows students of
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Joyce Godwin | Joyce@CedarbrookMedia.com   The border separating Celina and Prosper is destined for a new look now that Celina, Prosper and Collin County have all agreed on the funding. It’s been years in the making. The need is more and more prevalent as populations increase in numbers, and the amount of traffic on Frontier Parkway
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By Joyce Godwin | Joyce@CedarbrookMedia.com It was February 3 when ground was turned to show that construction had begun on the new Town Hall and Multi-Purpose Facility. And today, a crane with a 250-foot boom slowly raised a steel cupola weighing 28,000 pounds from the ground to its final place in the center of the third
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Joyce Godwin | Joyce@CedarbrookMedia.com More than 75 people gathered for the first Adopt-A-Cop reception Saturday at Honeylu’s Coffee Shop in Prosper. Organized by the leadership team at Heart Fellowship of Prosper, Senior Pastor Cedric White says it is an opportunity to minister outside the church walls and bring the community together. The registration drive was deemed
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Prosper Police Chief Doug Kowalski was recently awarded the 2017 Teacher of the Year award by the Caruth Police Institute, a division of the University of North Texas. The award was presented by Kevin Smith, senior academic program manager of CPI. Kowalski’s award recognizes his support, leadership, and significant contributions to CPI and public safety
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The whole world seems to be in love with container plants. So much so that some gardeners can’t control themselves. Their whole gardens have gone to pot. Texans have embraced container plants since the earliest Spanish settlers first introduced the concept. After all, they make great mobile horticultural displays. They provide added architectural interests in
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-Gemma She’s a girl who knows her mind, considered her answers to my questions, is excited for her upcoming trip to see her grandma, and loves to read. How old are you? 7 and a half. What grade are you going into? Second What do you like about school? I like reading and writing. What
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