In the late hours of this past Sunday, an unprecedented winter storm swept across the state of Texas. As...
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It’s that time of the year again and the hype for the Super Bowl is building per usual. But this time it’s different and an historic game for several reasons. We have Tom Brady, six-time super bowl champion, playing in his 40s against Patrick Mahomes who signed the largest QB deal in NFL history and […]
A nonprofit group has helped child care centers that serve low-income children in North Texas for the past 30 years provide an early, high-quality educational experience and has helped thousands of children. Educational First Steps was founded in 1990, and Vickie Allen, its executive director, told Dallas Express the organization is thriving. “EFS continues to grow […]
Dallas Baptist University issued the following announcement on Jan. 22 Every year in January, the DBU family celebrates the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., with a day of service and commemoration. It is a day of unity, reflection, and gratefulness as students spend the morning of MLK Day volunteering alongside others […]
DALLAS COLLEGE EL CENTRO CAMPUS: Dallas College Partners With Amazon on Mechatronics and Robotics Apprenticeships That Translate to In-Demand Jobs
Dallas College El Centro Campus issued the following announcement on Feb. 1 Furthering the goal of preparing graduates for “new collar” jobs, Dallas College is participating in a hands-on Amazon registered apprenticeship program designed to offer enrollees from across the nation the opportunity to learn mechatronics technology while giving them a leg up on the […]
University of Texas System issued the following announcement on Jan. 29 A University of Texas at Arlington electrical engineer is investigating how to improve intermediate interconnects on increasingly complex microchips that will lead to better performance of very large-scale integration (VLSI) circuits and systems. Assistant Professor Chenyun Pan received a four-year, $230,000 grant from the […]
Texas A&M University College of Dentistry issued the following announcement on Feb. 1 Dr. Kelton Stewart, chair and graduate program director, Department of Orthodontics and Oral Facial Genetics, Indiana University School of Dentistry. Professional degrees: DDS, 2006; Orthodontics certificate, 2008; Master’s in health professions education, 2008. What your current role means to you and how it has been […]
City of Richardson issued the following announcement on Jan. 29 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., a champion of civil rights and the center for a bookmark contest at the Richardson Public Library. Two winners were selected, 3rd grader Hafsa Sayeed and 10th grader Aditi Amin, who drew Dr. King and featured quotes from some of his famous speeches […]
A fantastic end-unit townhome is now available in the Fairway Vista neighborhood in Irving. The two-bedroom, 2.5-bath townhouse features an oversized master bedroom, a room that’s perfect for a study or library, and a deck that looks out over the greenbelt. Wide open floor plans, gorgeous wood flooring downstairs, and unique architectural details – like […]
North Dallas High School recently issued the following announcement. We are so excited that you are considering the North Dallas P-TECH and Dallas College Brookhaven! Please take a look around our website and go to choose.dallasisd.org to complete an application by February 7th. If you would like help with your application, please go to www.tiny.cc/beabulldog on […]
Town of Highland Park issued the following announcement on Jan. 29 Join a discussion with your friends and leaders from HPISD, the Town of Highland Park and the City of University Park. The Youth Town Hall, 6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m., may be: 1) Viewed from a computer, table, or smartphone; or 2) Accessed by telephone. […]
CITY OF ADDISON: It’s the Time of Year to Prepare for Egret and Heron Control and Addison Needs Your Help
City of Addison issued the following announcement on Jan. 26 The Parks and Recreation Department is asking residents to help deter egrets and herons from forming nesting colonies (rookeries) in Addison. Urban rookeries can cause noise, odor, public health hazards, and damage to property. The Town is already aware of Herons’ nests in one neighborhood […]