For the second time in nearly two months, the Petland store at Preston and Forest has been hit by burglars intent on snatching puppies.
As residents and businesses continue to assess the damages wrought by last week’s winter storm, potentially good news arrives about the pandemic. These are today’s bullet points.
If you’re going by the map generated by Oncor on your phone (which is is probably the only computing device you have right now that will let you on the worldwide web, if you’re like a lot of us), you may be wondering why it looks like there are no outages in Highland Park. Or Preston Hollow.
When Dallas-based Building Solutions geared up to celebrate its 30th anniversary, it took a look at what it knew about schools and what it knew about society, and decided that the best way to honor its past and build for the future was to help address the inequities the company saw daily.
More than a year after an EF3 tornado ripped through the campuses at Thomas Jefferson High School, Walnut Hill Elementary, and Cary Middle School, walls may finally go up on the twin construction sites.
Rainbow Days is planning to host its 24th annual Pot of Gold Luncheon at the Omni Dallas Hotel Dallas Ballroom.