“I want to set the record straight about the incident that occurred on Wednesday, Dec. 10, a little before 8 a.m. in the L1 parking garage at City Hall,” Mayor Pro Tem Tennell Atkins said in a statement released to ...
Reflecting on the incidents of police aggression in Black communities in cities and across the nation, St. Philip’s School and Community Center’s Rites of Passage Experience for Sons hosted a discussion with community leaders in the school’s Worsham Conference Room ...
The Dallas Independent School District has been awarded a $100,000 Farm to School grant by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, made possible through the Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010.
The fight for justice continued as hundreds of protesters of all ethnic backgrounds joined forces last week during a three day protest in Downtown Dallas against the police brutality that has taken place in Dallas and across the United States ...
Mercedes Fulbright will never forget her 25th birthday, even if she wanted to.
A small group of residents inside Martin Weiss Elementary School defied the chilly night air Nov. 18 to hear some big news from Sen.
Dallas is among 35 cities from around the world invited to join the Rockefeller Foundation’s 100 Resilient Cities network.
The city of Lancaster is collecting new, unwrapped toys and non-perishable food items to support the families served by the Lancaster Outreach Center.
“For me it’s a bit of a re-traumatization,” Sara Mokuria explained from the pulpit of the St. Luke “Community” United Methodist Church on Nov. 7.
Xandria Barkwell, a freshman at the University of North Texas, has been a Girl Scout since she was 5 years old
“It’s spelled with a small d-i-a-n-n-e. Small g-i-b-s-o-n. No capital letters in ‘dianne gibson,’” explained the woman known as Miss Community.
In today’s global marketplace, it’s becoming increasingly necessary to have a post-secondary education and career-based training to keep a competitive edge. Gone are the days where one could enter the workforce straight from high school and carve out a comfortable ...
When it was announced Sept. 30 that Liberian citizen Thomas Duncan was suffering from Ebola, many residents reacted with questions and curiosity about the disease, the patient and the possibility of contracting the virus.
The American Red Cross is seeking eligible donors to make an appointment to give blood to help ensure sufficient blood supplies are available for patients this holiday season.
Texas advocates for families and loved ones of incarcerated individuals plan to rally at the state Capitol building with hundreds of families and organizations on Nov. 7.