Crime Watch — Vol. 12, No. 14

Crime Watch — Vol. 12, No. 14

March 30 – 1:20 a.m. 700 Block, Rainwater Rd. (75218) Aggravated Assault w/ a Deadly Weapon: An unknown suspect pointed a gun at the complainant.  March 30 – 5:40 a.m. 7000 Block, Ferguson Rd. (75228) Aggravated Assault: The suspect sprayed the complainant in the face with pepper spray, causing her face to swell.  March 30 […]

Puzzle-solving event goes virtual

Puzzle-solving event goes virtual

By Carrie Dyer Known as one of Dallas’ most distinctive fundraising events, The Great Adventure Hunt, presented by PNC Bank, is back April 16 for its 11th year, but with a virtual twist. The Great Adventure Hunt (known as ‘The Hunt” to aficionados) benefits ChildCareGroup, the area’s largest, oldest and most comprehensive early childhood education […]

Ribbon cutting reveals new possibilities

Ribbon cutting reveals new possibilities

By Teresa L. Bond The Friends of the Bath House Cultural Center and the Greater East Dallas Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony on April 5 celebrating the completion of construction of the $1.5 M Bond Project on the Bath House. The new construction on the Bath House Cultural Center started in May […]

School alumni, public invited to auction

School alumni, public invited to auction

By Laura Pratt To commemorate 50 years of remarkable achievements, the Montessori Children’s House and School (MCHS) will host a free online Art Auction from April 9-17, with proceeds benefiting The Next50 Fund, the school’s sustainability fund. The week-long auction features internationally and regionally renowned artists Pamela Nelson, Nishiki Sugawara and Ann S. Adams. Additional […]

Bionicles win coveted Inspire Award for robotics

Bionicles win coveted Inspire Award for robotics

By Jacqui Nickell On Saturday, March 6, the Lakehill Bionicles Robotics team competed virtually in their first qualifying match of the year, hosted by Aledo High School. The day was spent completing the judged portion of the competition. The team submitted a 15-page Engineering Portfolio that contains an overview of their design process.  They also […]

Crime Watch — Vol. 12, No. 13 — April 2 – 8, 2021

Crime Watch — Vol. 12, No. 13 — April 2 – 8, 2021

March 23 – 3 p.m. 3300 Block, Live Oak St. (75204) Aggravated Assault: An unknown suspect assaulted the complainant. March 24 – 4 a.m. 2500 Block, Highland Rd. (75228) Aggravated Assault: The suspect threatened to shoot the complainant.  March 24 – 12:55 p.m. 100 Block, N. Garrett Ave. (75214) Aggravated Assault w/ a Deadly Weapon: […]

HERitage fund ‘force for good’

HERitage fund ‘force for good’

By Juliette Coulter HERitage Giving Fund at Texas Women’s Foundation awarded more than $56,000 in grants to seven North Texas nonprofit organizations that are led by Black women serving Black women and girls.  The grants were determined after a process of rigorous evaluation based on a variety of criteria, including the needs of Black communities […]

Immediate help available for area youth

Immediate help available for area youth

By Gorgon Shattles Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) would like to thank Jonathan’s Place for their service to the youth of North Texas during National Safe Place Week. The Safe Place program, operated locally by Jonathan’s Place, partners with businesses and community organizations to provide immediate safety and support for local youth. DART began the […]

Crew ‘true masterminds’ of production

Crew ‘true masterminds’ of production

By Emma McDougal, First Baptist Academy student Let’s face it, 2020 was a handful! People’s schedules flipped upside down, causing loads of worry and confusion about their loved ones, and whether they’d ever be able to live a normal life. While the pandemic caused lots of events, games and productions to come to a grinding […]

DUC = Varsity letters for hard workers

DUC = Varsity letters for hard workers

By Katrina Craycroft Earning a high school varsity letter is a point of pride for generations of athletes. Now, thanks to Dallas United Crew (DUC) and its partner schools, rowers from four local high schools will share in the tradition and spirit of wearing their schools’ colors. Rowers from Bishop Lynch High School, Highland Park […]

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