“Lights Out! Grave Dancers” is the title of the latest episode in Richardson Theatre Centre’s (RTC) online “Theatre of the Imagination” audio series.
“WaterMyYard,” a free, customized program that sends alerts each week on when and how much to water your lawn and landscaping, is now available as an app.
Learn about the many native and adapted plants that not only survive but thrive in shadier spots during “Made for the Shade: Shade Gardening,” a free online class being offered July 16 by Texas AgriLife Extension’s Water University.
This handsome guy is Ace! He came to the Shelter back in mid-June as a stray.
Looking for a socially distanced, outdoor group activity for your family or friends?
The left lane of southbound US 75 frontage road, south of the Bush Turnpike, and the on ramp to southbound US 75 will be closed to traffic beginning at 9 p.m. Monday, July 13.
Early voting for the July 14 primary runoff election continues through July 10.
The Richardson Civic Art Society (RCAS) recently hung two art exhibits at Huffhines and Heights recreation centers, which will be on display to the public through the middle of August.
This week the City’s water customer service group launched a paperless billing campaign to try to increase the number of customers who have signed up for paperless billing.
Due to recent activity reported by one of the utility companies that serves Richardson, the City is helping to put out the reminder that utility company workers should NEVER ask for an in-person payment under any circumstances.