Hillcrest High School just might get an alumni association, a first in the school’s 70 years of existence. “This could lead to things like mentoring programs, which could translate into
Small ways that you can make a big difference for neighborhood nonprofits Donate that old cell phone … … to Hillcrest High School. The school recently launched a new recycling
Q: My street is very dark. How would I go about getting a streetlight installed? A: Although there is no fee for installing a streetlight in your neighborhood, the installation
Growing waistlines and shrinking budgets have many Americans rethinking their food sources, looking now to local farmers instead of mega-grocers. That national trend is sprouting roots here, which explains why
Click the photo to view a video>> "Don't trust a seafood market that never runs out of things."
A Kindle, Macbook, televisions, even a personal memento from Sept.11, all stolen. James Hime is an entrepreneur and practiced tax law for 25 years. He is also a novelist who just
I haven’t always been a minister. That may surprise you, because there are some people who think of the clergy as a different species altogether — you know, that we
When my wife-to-be and I were dating, our favorite activity was attending sporting events. We sat in the upper deck at Reunion Arena watching the Mavericks stumble around the court.
City officials are considering changes to the tree ordinance For three years, the Urban Forestry Advisory Committee, with members appointed by mayors Miller and Leppert, has been meeting regularly to
Several neighborhood students signed letters of intent to play sports for universities. At W.T .White High School, Christopher Sendejas agreed to play soccer for Southern Methodist University; Skylar Rose agreed