Two big events that usually draw thousands of people were canceled last year due to the pandemic. But the Addison Oktoberfest and Grapevine Grapefest return with live events this weekend.
Addison’s Kaboom Town once again had a large crowd as they returned to an in-person event and fireworks show.
Freedom from many COVID-19 restrictions will mean big crowds at local Fourth of July events.
One of the country's biggest and best Fourth of July fireworks shows returns after going virtual last year.
Free tickets to get into Addison Circle Park for Kaboom Town are expected to go quickly once they are available at 10 a.m. on Monday.
Jasmine Lee from the city of Addison explains the changes with this year's Kaboom Town. Among the differences will be a registration for tickets to the event. To register go to : addisonkaboomtown.com
Police told an Addison business that copper thieves are a growing problem in a part of town filled with restaurants and bars.
North Texans are kicking off the weekend with a true taste of summer. Taste Addison is back after a year break in its decades-old tradition.
Pilot error led to a deadly crash that killed 10 people in Addison.
This year, concessions stands and several concerts will return to Addison Circle Park for Kaboom Town. But not everyone will be able to watch the popular fireworks show from inside the park.
Nobody was hurt after an apartment complex fire in Addison Monday evening, but firefighters did have to make a few rescues.
Addison After Dark starts April 17. Here's a preview of what's ahead for the monthly series.
Vitruvian Lights in Vitruvian Park will be open until January 3rd. It is the largest and free light show in North Texas. Jessica Vetrano says you can walk through the park or drive through to see the lights from 5pm-11pm.
Vitruvian Lights features more than 1 million sparkling lights wrapped around hundreds of trees.
The Fourth of July will be celebrated much differently this year than in the past, with the largest fireworks show in North Texas moved online.
One of the largest fireworks shows in North Texas will not take place in person this year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
There will be a big change for Addison Kaboom Town this year.
To kick off the Memorial Day weekend, a collection of historic warplanes flew over North Texas Friday morning.
Restaurants and their loyal customers throughout Dallas County did their best on Tuesday to adjust to the temporary ban on people eating in dining rooms due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Google’s expansion plan for this year includes North Texas.