After a challenging year for graduating seniors, the prevailing theme at commencement ceremonies for Hillcrest High School, Thomas Jefferson High School, and W.T. White High School was resilience.
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The fun and engaging Wonder Kits are designed to help counter summer learning loss and spark interest in science and future STEM careers.
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Palmer’s Hot Chicken is planning to open their second location in Preston Hollow this winter.
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Dwell with Dignity will be hosting their highly anticipated 10th Thrift Studio event starting Aug. 27 through Sept. 25.
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Cancer Support Community North Texas is planning for its second-annual Red Tie Gala this fall.
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The existing structures at 6600-6606 Snider Plaza — including where Peggy Sue BBQ used to be, Lane Florist is, and where Aman Jewelry, Logos bookstore, and a tailor used to be before moving to new locations in the plaza– would come down to make way for a new three-story building if developer Jim Strode’s plan wins city council approval.
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A recent report from UT Southwestern showed hospital volumes in North Texas have risen 89% over the past two weeks and their model projects hospitalizations could reach levels similar to the beginning of 2021 — the worst of the pandemic — by October if the pace of vaccinations remains the same.
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When you shop for a home — and you’re a family, or thinking of starting one — schools become a factor in that decision. We’ve created a handy map to help you visualize the schools closest to your dream home or neighborhood.Read more
A group of Texas lawmakers filed legislation Friday that would prohibit Texas public colleges and universities from switching their affiliations with collegiate athletic conferences without approval from the Legislature.
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A former employee is suing restaurant group Vandelay Hospitality alleging the “company’s culture has become shot through with racism, sexism, homophobia and outright disdain for its employees and guests.”
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After an extended period in the yellow “proceed with caution” level, rising case counts and hospitalizations due to COVID-19 have spurred county health officials to recommend unvaccinated individuals move back to the orange “extreme caution” level.
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