Development in Richardson is very noticeable along U.S. 75 and the Bush Turnpike. That includes the new City Line project—which is one of three regional centers being set up by State Farm Insurance.
KRLD’s Mitch Carr spoke to Richard Luttrell, who chairs the Richardson Cultural Arts Commission — about the huge arts and cultural footprint of the city.
Richardson is known for a lot of things, but in the digital world, it is branded the Telecom Corridor.
For budding artists in Richardson, there’s an organization that ignites a spirit of creativity.
One of the most recognizable Texas ‘exports’ is the animated TV series King of the Hill.
The Richardson Symphony Orchestra was founded by a group of music lovers, with support from local businesses, and held its first concert more than 50 years ago.
With State Farm and other large companies moving to Richardson, thousands of workers are joining commuters on the roads.
People are still talking about the day a 92-year old piece of history moved on down Highway 377 in Keller.
If you drive through Keller, you cannot help but to notice the old water tower.
On U.S. 377 just north of Loop 820, you’ll find the entrance to the historic business district in Keller.
Behind every successful community is a vibrant arts scene. One Keller woman is using her passion to promote art in her community.
Next to a Duncanville lumber yard, near I-20 and North Duncanville Road, is a brick building filled with a collection of antique mechanical music machines.