Woodrow Wilson High School part of innovative Pop-up

Woodrow Wilson High School part of innovative Pop-up

By Juliette Coulter SPARK! Dallas, the innovative educational facility fostering creativity in youth, announced a groundbreaking partnership with arts and entertainment company Meow Wolf. The PRISMATIC Art Pop-up Experience features 28 area high school artists’ creations. The colorful exhibition is an immersive experience showcasing the students’ creativity through a variety of themed areas imagined, designed […]

Crime Watch — Vol. 15, No. 24

Crime Watch — Vol. 15, No. 24

June 4 — 1 p.m. 4900 Block Ross Ave. (75206) Assault with Bodily Injury: A suspect punched the complainant on her right arm, causing a dark bruise there. June 4 — 4:36 p.m. 1600 Block John West Rd. (75228) Possession of Marijuana: An unknown suspect left a leafy green substance in a vacant apartment. June 5 — 1:27 a.m. […]

Team helps rowers achieve collegiate dreams

Team helps rowers achieve collegiate dreams

By Shaelyn Stone White Rock Rowing (WRR), the only Dallas rowing club to hold multiple national youth championship trophies (2014, 2021), returned home this week  after showcasing the talent of 32 nationally-competitive athletes at the 2024 USRowing National Youth Championships at Nathan Benderson Park in Sarasota, Fla. Of the five races WRR participated in, three […]

Crime Watch — Vol. 15, No. 23

Crime Watch — Vol. 15, No. 23

May 28 — 6:05 a.m. 2300 Block Oates Dr. (75228) Burglary of a Building with Forced Entry: The suspect pried a door open and broke into a safe, stealing property from it.  May 28 — 11:p.m. 7100 Block Holly Hill Dr. (75231) Robbery of an Individual: The suspects restrained the complainant and stole his property. May 29 — 3 […]

Students make good use of old stuff

Students make good use of old stuff

By Nancy George Goodwill Industries of Dallas and Southern Methodist University (SMU) have joined forces in an innovative sustainability initiative, ensuring that end-of-semester moves are not only efficient but also environmentally conscious. By strategically placing donation trucks throughout campus, students were encouraged to donate gently used clothing, shoes and household items instead of discarding them. […]

Rae’s Hope has vision for future

Rae’s Hope has vision for future

Rae’s Hope, whose mission is to “Revive Communities One Child at a Time,” recently held its third annual Fitness for Life Rally & Ride Fun Day. The event was held at the Juanita J Craft Recreation Center, which has long been a partner of Rae’s Hope, providing gym space for volleyball practices and additional training […]

Black ready to serve

Black ready to serve

White Rock Lake Weekly is proud to announce the graduation and commissioning of Ensign Preston Mitchell Black from the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland on May 24. Graduating with a bachelor of science degree in political science, Ensign Black will now serve as a Division Officer onboard the USS STERETT, stationed in San […]

Neighbors unite to save young eaglets

Neighbors unite to save young eaglets

By Chris Giblin Nick and Nora, the beloved pair of bald eagles that have made White Rock Lake their home for the last three years, have weathered a wild week. In mid-March, the iconic pair saw the hatching of two eaglets, their first since losing their clutch when their nest collapsed in February 2022.  After […]

Crime Watch — Vol. 15, No. 22

Crime Watch — Vol. 15, No. 22

May 21 — 3:10 a.m. 3400 Block St. Francis Ave. (75228) Robbery of an Individual: The suspect bit and hit complainant several times before taking his car keys. May 21 — 8:43 p.m. 4400 Block Live Oak St. (75204) Robbery of a Business: The suspect displayed a deadly weapon while committing theft from the company business. May 22 — […]

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