Popular in August: What Dallas-Fort Worth-area readers clicked on the most

Jollibee opened with a fanfare of cars wrapped around its parking lot at noon on August 20th. (Liesbeth Powers / Community Impact Newspaper)

Read some of the most popular Dallas-Fort Worth news among readers of Community Impact Newspaper’s August coverage.

Cars wrap around the Jollibee parking lot on the first day in Plano

Jollibee opened with a fanfare of cars wrapped around its parking lot at 1016 Preston Road in Plano at noon on August 20. Filipino fried chicken chain menu options include fried chicken with sauce and rice, Filipino noodle dishes, and fried peach and mango tarts.

Richardson City Council votes to repeal Texas law restricting property tax increases

Through a unanimous vote, the Richardson City Council has given future councilors the option to waive the 3.5% cap on property tax increases without the approval of voters.

Storming Crab opens at the former Fuddrucker site in McKinney

Fuddrucker’s in McKinney has closed for good and Storming Crab, a new Cajun restaurant, is opening in its place.

Collin County to add a disclaimer to the COVID-19 dashboard

Collin County plans to add a disclaimer to its COVID-19 dashboard stating that the county has no confidence in the accuracy of the data currently being provided by the Texas Department of Health.

The new Cotton Groves container shared apartment is due to open in McKinney this year

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, a shipping container community called Cotton Groves is preparing to debut in 2020 on the southeast corner of Bumpas and Fitzhugh Streets in McKinney.

Liesbeth Powers, Olivia Lueckemeyer, Miranda Jaimes, and William C. Wadsack contributed to this report.

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