After more than 18 months since an EF3 tornado destroyed Fire Station 41 at Preston and Royal, Dallas is requesting bids to build its replacement.
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Once upon a time, there were bookstores in every shopping center where people could go to be transported to a different time and place through the magic of literature. Then, an enormous creature from the amazon came and ate up almost every bookstore until very few were left.Read more
Have you ever tasted a Royal Plumcot? How about a Picasso Melon?
Spoiler alert: I don’t think so, because they are exclusive to Central Market’s newly-reopened Preston Royal location.
The Central Market on Preston and Royal celebrated their reopening on Tuesday with a ribbon-cutting ceremony 20 months after closing because of extensive tornado damage.Read more
It won’t be long before the Central Market at Preston Road and Royal Lane will reopen after being shuttered for more than a year after an EF3 tornado barreled through Preston Hollow.Read more
October marked a year since we took shelter in closets and bathrooms. A year since we climbed out that night and navigated damage – or found (to our relief) that our homes were left unscathed by the EF3 funnel of wind and debris that marched across Preston Hollow and surrounding neighborhoods.Read more
It hasn’t been the easiest year-and-a-half for Thomas Jefferson High School principal Sandi Massey, but many insist she’s the gold standard when it comes to leadership through a crisis.Read more
It’s been a wild year for the reborn Dallas Education Foundation. When it re-launched after dormancy in 2019, nobody could imagine that just a few weeks later, a tornado would immediately spur the organization into action quickly to help the Dallas ISD schools impacted by it.Read more
Long known for its modern architecture highlighting home tour, Modern Mile Dallas suddenly – like many neighborhood groups along theRead more
Preston Hollow’s favorite former librarian has stepped up to the plate to help replenish the libraries of three Dallas ISD schools that were hit by an EF3 tornado last year.Read more
After the tornado sirens quieted and the rain let up last year, John Hawkins headed out that stormy Oct. 20 night to see how many of the Preston Hollow homes his company built remained standing.Read more