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Caregiver’s positivity earns her highest award

By Jazlyn Mercer, NDG Staff Writer Jacquelyn Crenshaw-Young, known as Jackie, has learned how to stop and try again, with a smile on her face. Jackie...

Support Staff of DISD Urges School Board for Wage Increase

By Jazlyn Mercer, NDG Staff The Dallas ISD (DISD) school board met March 22 for a regular agenda meeting. During the public forum of non-agenda...

Entertainment Options This Week in Dallas and More

Events worth going to this week in the Dallas/Fort Worth area include theater, farmers market and concerts: On Stage March 20 -March 25, Riverdance: The 20th...

Calling all bunnies – get ready for Easter Egg Hunts and more in DFW

Spring is almost officially here! Cities, churches, and community organizations have announced plans for upcoming Easter Egg Hunts and more events throughout the Dallas/Fort...

Irving hosting M/WBE vendor workshop on March 29

The City of Irving will hold the Minority/Women-Owned Business Enterprise vendor workshop March 29. The workshop will focus on developing a subcontracting relationship with...

Black Violin Inspires Listeners to Embrace Their Differences Through Music

By Jazlyn Mercer, NDG Staff Writer Black Violin, a duet violin group featuring Wilner Baptiste and Kevin Sylvester are known by their stage names Wil...

Spring Break Entertainment in DFW

With no school for students, and the weather being so nice, here are some entertainment events to attend during Spring Break around DFW. Dallas Tonight, Black...

Lexus Surprises Oak Cliff Boys & Girls Club with ‘Black Panther’ Inspired Car

By Jazlyn Mercer, NDG Staff Writer The students of the Oak Cliff Boys and Girl Club received an unexpected surprise Tuesday during their After School...

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