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 Worth community in March. In fact, a few eager bunnies can find Easter Egg Hunts and more this weekend. Allen Thursday, March 22, We Were the War: A Personal Look at […]
After a rather rainy February, everyone in DFW is looking forward to Spring Break. Here are a few ideas for your spring break and beyond across the Dallas/Fort Worth area. Allen March 16, from 3-4 p.m. the Allen Public Library will host a Saint Patrick’s Day Celebration. Celebrate the luck of the Irish in this St. Patrick’s […]
Dallas loves any reason to party and Cinco de Mayo seems to be a soft kickoff for the summer. We have rounded up a few of the events planned to celebrate the holiday, which falling on a Friday means it will spill into the weekend. Keep your eye on NorthDallasGazette.com for more info, we will […]
The City of Garland will host an Open Dialogue Forum from 6 to 8:30 p.m., Thursday, March 30, at The Atrium at the Granville Arts Center located at 300 N. Fifth St., Garland, TX. The purpose of the Forum is to help all Garland residents learn more about City services and how to access them. […]
A crash by a trash truck near International and Forest caused damage to the overhead powerlines. The repairs might take the entire day. Blue Line customers going to Garland and Rowlett will continue boarding buses at LBJ/Skillman and transfer to trains at Downtown Garland until repairs are complete.
The largest Special Olympics Texas (SOTX) Area 10 Basketball Competition in the Lone Star State is underway in Garland this morning. Nearly 1,000 SOTX athletes from the Greater Dallas area, will show off their skills on the hardwood at six Garland ISD campuses. (Full list of locations below.) Play resumed this morning at 8 a.m. and […]
The 2017-18 school year will bring with it new school hours for Garland ISD. The district’s Board of Trustees approved next year’s calendar, including extended days for all campus levels, at its Feb. 13 meeting. The new start and end times meet a change in legislation regarding required minutes of instruction per year. Students will […]
A previously deported convicted felon and roommate were sentenced this week following their guilty pleas last year related to the April 2016 burglary of a Federal Firearms Licensee in Arlington, Texas, announced U.S. Attorney John Parker of the Northern District of Texas. Flor Trevino, 23, of Garland, Texas, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Jane […]