CI TEXAS ROUNDUP: 11 McKinney restaurants; 3 major industrial projects coming to Cy-Fair in 2022

The Very Berry Waffle ($ 9.95) is topped with fresh blueberries, strawberries, blackberries and raspberries, along with powdered sugar, whipped butter, and hot syrup. (Karen Chaney / Community Impact Journal)

Take a look at the five trending stories across Community impact journalcoverage areas in Texas through December 22.

Note: The following articles were published on December 20 and 21.

Dallas-Fort Worth

Best of 2021: 11 features of McKinney’s restaurant

McKinney is home to restaurants that serve both classic and unique flavors. Here is an overview of 11 local restaurants presented by Community impact journal in 2021.

City services will be changed for Plano residents due to Christmas and New Years holidays

The town of Plano will operate with modified opening hours until the Christmas and New Year holidays, city ​​website.

Greater Houston

3 major industrial projects coming to Cy-Fair in 2022

Cy-Fair’s industrial real estate market added more than 1.5 million square feet of space in 2021, according to data provided by Caldwell Cos. Most of it was new distribution and warehousing facilities, with an additional 1.3 million square feet under construction. from the end of the year.

Spring’s decennial redistribution maps spark criticism and change local representation

New electoral maps are being drawn for the next decade in Spring and Klein, which has seen significant changes in the territories of its county commissioners, a new congressional district, and a slightly altered map for state representation.

Central texas

Brookwood in Georgetown purchases 127 acres of land for residential community

The Brookwood nonprofit in Georgetown purchased 127 acres of land in Weir to build Grace Place, a neighborhood for adults with disabilities, according to a December 16 press release.

Brooklynn Cooper, William C. Wadsack, Danica Lloyd, Emily Lincke, Jishnu Nair, and Trent Thompson contributed to this report.

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