Tree-Lighting Tradition Remains in Downtown Prosper

Cherished custom to include new tree, singing and Christmas story Of all the many enduring traditions that help Prosper keep that unique small-town character, perhaps none is as dear to residents as the official Town Tree Lighting downtown by the Mayor. This year’s celebration, set for Town Hall, will take place on Monday, December 3
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October is Down’s Syndrome Awareness Month and there’s a pretty special guy in our community that not only has a gift of love for his sister Allie, he’s also using his gift of writing in a way that’s helping others understand her and the positive impact Down’s Syndrome has had on his family. What was
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Menchie’s Frozen Yogurt is a cool oasis on a hot Summer day. On Friday, June 15th, the new owners, Karen and Bert, the Chamber of Commerce, local citizens and  business owners gathered to celebrate the Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting for their newest location. The convenient sweet stop is nestled at 4740 West University Drive,
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Two Special District propositions on the May 5 municipal election ballot are the subject of a Town Hall meeting, hosted by Mayor Pro Tem Curry Vogelsang. The open forum meeting is scheduled for Thursday, April 12 starting at 6 p.m. in the conference room of Prosper Fire Station No. 2, 1140 South Teel Parkway. The
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The excitement of ushering in the New Year can be fun and hopeful, but starting out 2018 with a citation from the Fire or Police Departments for violating the no fireworks ordinance can ruin any party. The Fire Marshal urges everyone to enjoy their New Year’s celebrations without that risk.

The Cory Ausenbaugh Memorial Scholarship Foundation is planning its annual 5K and 1-Mile Run event for October 28th at Windsong Ranch beginning at 9:00 a.m. It is an event for the entire family and will include live music, bounce houses, face painting, food trucks and fall fun. It is free to attend and the public
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Retired Fire Chief Ronnie Tucker Serves as Grand Marshal “Small town, Big heart” is the motto seen all over town. It means Prosper is quickly becoming a big town while the small-town ways of doing things are highly sought by its residents. One of those small-town virtues is the annual Homecoming parade. It continues to
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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.

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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