Greenhill rising senior Josh Rubel was selected as the North Texas Regional Winner for the Dear Evan Hansen “You Will Be Found” essay challenge. (Read time: 1.7 minutes)Read more
Patriotic Park Cities paradegoers took to the usual parade route for the Rotary Club of Park Cities’ Fourth of July parade this year.Read more
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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Less than 8% of people who suffer cardiac arrest outside a hospital survive.
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Read the Park Cities Crime Reports for July 19 – July 25. (Read time: 6.3 minutes)Read more
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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University Park mom of four, Sarah Jaudes, has blossomed into a floral entrepreneur.
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