Helping Prosper Exceed Expectations

Mike Pettis remembers the population sign when he moved to Prosper eleven years ago. He says, “It read just under 5,000 and a lot has sure changed since then.” Many don’t realize that he’s actually someone making some of that change happen. His pride in Texas, and in Prosper, shows through in his personal investment
Complete Reading

When the Prosper Community Library chose their summer theme, the staff cleverly combined a figurative and literal interpretation of it. “On the Move” serves as a reflection of the library’s efforts to get patrons to move toward more reading, but it also describes the library’s physical move from a borrowed space at Reynolds Middle School
Complete Reading

Although the sun is shining today, the forecast for tomorrow is showing 100% chance of rain…so Music in the Park 2018 has been rescheduled. We hope that Mother Nature is in “tune” with our rain date, and look forward to having everyone join us on May 12th!

There is no argument, that the Town of Prosper is a town of many leaders. It is the dynamic citizens here that set Prosper apart and contribute to the growth and success of our town. Last night, at Lighthouse Christian Fellowship, there was a special opportunity for each of us as citizens to meet a
Complete Reading

The town of Prosper is a home rule town with a mayor and six council members who are elected at large for three year terms. Tonight, at 5:30pm you’ll have an opportunity to meet the candidates running for this high office, hear their visions and learn why they feel they will be a good fit
Complete Reading

Former Prosper High School Principal, Greg Wright, Hired to Advance PCA North’s Expansion Prestonwood Christian Academy Head of School, Dr. Larry Taylor, announced the appointment of Mr. Greg Wright as Middle/Upper School Principal at PCA’s North Campus in Prosper, TX. This appointment is critical to PCA’s expansion at the North Campus which is adding a
Complete Reading

“Class of ’56 Brunch” is the subject of the email they receive from Jerry Gentle before the second Wednesday of the month. They are the Prosper Class of 1956, plus or minus a few years. They are not an exclusive group as they also welcome graduates of other schools near Prosper they grew up with,
Complete Reading

In the midst of the most prolific economic development period in the history of Prosper, the Town has made another personnel move that reinforces the municipality’s resolve to actively support its expanding business climate. In addition to bringing in former Frisco Mayor Maher Maso as Executive Director of the Prosper Economic Development Corporation, a move
Complete Reading

With temperatures expected to be on the mild side and no rain, the forecast for attendance at the ninth annual Prosper Fishing Derby is another record setter.  The highly-popular event always brings out kids, parents and grandparents to cast a line, catch some trout and win some prizes.  This year, no preliminary registration is required.
Complete Reading

The Prosper Wrestling team hosted the 2018 District II 5A tournament this past weekend. The tournament brought in some of the biggest state competition in Texas to the Prosper High School’s Arena. This was a 2-day tournament for the men’s team and a single day tournament for the ladies. Both groups represented Prosper during every
Complete Reading

Create Account



Log In Your Account