Intangibles propel Sido to success as quarterback, pitcher for HillcrestRead more
Fuentes hopes to earn a state title while spurring growth for the sport.Read more
At 14, Zachary Moskowitz, also known as “Chef Z,” has created his baking empire with an online café, cooking classes, and popular social media channels showcasing his culinary talents.
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Since its founding, People Newspapers has been dedicated to the community and placed particular focus on the great unifier: sports.
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Thirteen starters return, but one significant departure still has 2021 feeling like the start of a new era at Hillcrest.
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By the time he got the pitch, Matt Mider had co-written an animated online series, an acclaimed feature film, and had multiple high-profile projects in various stages of development.Read more
If Hillcrest is going to end its five-year postseason drought this season, Nasir Reynolds almost certainly will be the catalyst.Read more
Hillcrest 10th-grader becomes more certain than ever about her goalsRead more
Sidney Bouvier Gilstrap-Portley, 25, served no jail time for posing as a 17-year-old hurricane evacuee to enroll in Hillcrest High School nor any time for his behavior with a then-14-year-old girl.Read more
His original sentence may have allowed Sidney Gilstrap-Portley to avoid prison time, but the man who posed as a 17-year-oldRead more
After coming up third in a Dallas ISD cheer challenge event last month, the Hillcrest High cheerleaders headed to theRead more