Richardson ISD to receive nearly $70M in federal COVID-19 relief funding; Alex’s Pizza and Pasta opens in Fort Worth and more news from Dallas-Fort Worth

Richardson ISD is expected to receive more than $ 46 million as part of the initial allocation. (William C. Wadsack / Community Impact Newspaper)

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Richardson

Richardson ISD Receives Nearly $ 70 Million in Federal COVID-19 Aid Funding

The data suggests that RISD will receive an initial allocation of approximately $ 46.38 million, which is two-thirds of its total allocation, and another $ 23.19 million for the remaining allocation.

Richardson promotes Gary Tittle as the new city police chief

Two months after the announcement of the resignation of Richardson Police Chief Jimmy Spivey in retirement, the city leadership has decided on his replacement.

Richardson City manager Dan Johnson announced May 7th that deputy chief Gary Tittle will become the next chief of the Richardson Police Department on June 1st. Spivey’s Decision to resign March 9th was announced at the end of this month.

Chick-Fil-A in Richardson Square reopens after renovations

Work on the restaurant included interior improvements and drive-through improvements to improve efficiency, a company representative said.

McKinney

Cinemark Movies 14 in McKinney sets the reopening date

The theater closed at S. Central Expressway, McKinney, in January around 1701 due to limited supply of new movie content, a representative of the cinema chain said.

Plano

With Big Tony’s West Philly cheesesteaks, customers come first in Plano

Big Tony’s offers a wide range of cheesesteaks, burgers, hoagies, seafood, salads and side dishes. Big Tony’s also has monthly specials. The May Special is a Mexican cheesesteak that features chopped nacho-breaded prawns in honor of Cinco de Mayo.

“When you walk through that door you expect everything to be on this menu and you expect it to be top notch,” said Blaylock. “I eat everything on this menu. If it’s not right, it’s not here. All I deal with is quality. “

Grapevine-Colleyville-Southlake

Main Street Beauty Boutique: The aim is to make Grapevine Salon customers feel fabulous.

As a child, Emily Sowa knew early on that her calling was to care for others and to be interested in beauty.

“I loved everything beautiful from a young age,” said Sowa. “My mother always took me to beauty school [in Grapevine] and let her style my hair. “

Basement Roanoke North Fort Worth

Alex’s Pizza and Pasta are now open in Fort Worth

The restaurant serves different types of pizza, including deep dish, as well as a variety of Italian starters, appetizers and desserts.

Stephen Hunt, William C. Wadsack, Kira Lovell, and Miranda Jaimes contributed to this report.

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