Take a look at the top five trending stories across Community Impact Newspaper’s coverage areas in Texas as of Nov. 24.

Note: The following stories were published Nov. 22-23.

Dallas-Fort Worth

Future neighborhood near PGA Frisco could see larger home lots

Frisco’s Planning and Zoning Commission gave nods of approval toward adding more large-sized residential lots in a neighborhood to be located near the future PGA headquarters.

Central Texas

Samsung makes it official: Announcement from Governor's Mansion confirms $17B facility coming to Taylor

Nearly a year after Williamson County officials began pitching Samsung to bring a mega-facility to the area, the electronics giant has made it official.

Capital Metro moves forward with funding for one of Project Connect’s ‘most complex’ intersections

The Capital Metro board of directors authorized the public transit agency to put $4.7 million in federal funding toward a project at the intersection of North Lamar Boulevard and Airport Boulevard. The funding allows Capital Metro to take the next step in deciding if it will put the MetroRail Red Line above or below street level at the intersection.

The Garden at the Summit opens at Rivery Park in Georgetown

The Garden at the Summit is an Italian restaurant from chef Tim Lane influenced by traditional North End Boston Italian seafood with mussels, crab cakes, lobster bisque and an assortment of pasta dishes on the menu, similar to its first location, the Garden at Ellera in Bee Cave.


ERCOT: Texas power grid ready for expected winter demand

The Texas electrical grid has enough generation capacity available to meet the state's projected power needs this winter—as long as "typical" seasonal conditions are experienced—according to the Electric Reliability Council of Texas.

Matt Payne, Brian Rash, Benton Graham, Eddie Harbour and Ben Thompson contributed to this report.