Neighborhood Voices

You Don’t Have to Wait to Give for North Texas Giving Day

People Newspapers Community 9/20 9:42A Staff Report
The 2021 Communities Foundation of Texas’ North Texas Giving Day follows another record-setting year, where more than 106,000 donors raised $58.8 million for more than 3,000 nonprofits.

Parent Traps

People Newspapers Community 9/20 4:00A Michele Valdez
Our youngest graduated from college in May. Within days she was celebrating on vacation with family and friends.

‘Champion of Historic Preservation’ Lindalyn Adams Dies at 91

People Newspapers Community 9/16 3:00A Rachel Snyder
Lindalyn Adams, who was instrumental in the creation of the Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza, La Fiesta de las Seis Banderas, and what’s now known as Preservation Park Cities died last week at 91 after suffering a stroke. (Read time: 5.1 minutes)

Cat at Large: A Skulduggery ‘Tail’

People Newspapers Community 9/13 2:30A Emilea McCutchan
On a bitterly cold Dec. 8, 2006, a University Park couple finished putting their children to bed and noticed a primped gray cat pounce onto the porch.

Park Cities First Responders Commemorate 9/11 Anniversary

People Newspapers Community 9/10 11:12A Rachel Snyder
First responders from the Park Cities gathered Friday morning at the flagpole on SMU’s historic main quad -- the same place SMU President R. Gerald Turner noted the community had gathered 20 years ago -- to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the...

Meal Pack Event Seeks To Turn 9/11 Anniversary Into Day of Service

People Newspapers Community 9/9 12:00P Staff Report
The 9/11 Day organization, a nonprofit which seeks to turn the anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks into a day of service, is partnering with Communities Foundation of Texas to host a meal pack event for the North Texas Food Bank....

HP To Spray For Mosquitoes Thursday-Saturday

People Newspapers Community 9/9 2:38A Rachel Snyder
The town of Highland Park will conduct nightly mosquito ground spraying measures Sept. 9-11 east of Preston Road because of a positive West Nile Virus case in one trap on the east side of town. (Read time: 1.3 minutes)

Preston Royal Library Friends: Vote Yes To Rezone

People Newspapers Community 9/8 7:20A Contributor
Without the proposed rezoning on Forest Lane, Preston Royal library patrons will wait longer for an improved library, supporters say. (Read time: 2.9 minutes)

Healthcare Workers Mark 18-month Mark of Pandemic in Texas

People Newspapers Community 9/3 10:00A Staff Report
It's been 18 months since the first case of COVID-19 was diagnosed in Texas, and healthcare workers across the state marked the solemn event with five minutes of silence Friday. (Read time: 3.1 minutes)
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