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Governor Abbott Directs Agencies To Test All Texas Nursing Home Residents, Staff

AUSTIN - Governor Greg Abbott Monday directed the Texas Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC), the Texas Division of Emergency Management (TDEM), and the...

North Texas Food Bank, Fair Park First and others hosting free food giveaway on Thursday

The North Texas Food Bank (NTFB), in conjunction with the Texas National Guard, Fair Park First, Spectra, and In the City for Good, is...

DART public comments opportunity about rate increase on Dallas Streetcar

A public hearing has been scheduled to receive comments on a proposed Fare Change for the Dallas Streetcar. The City of Dallas (owner of the streetcar)...

Sister Tarplay: Mothers, How Special They Are!

By Sister Tarpley, NDG Religion Editor Today is National Prayer Day and Sunday is Mother’s Day. How special is that? The 2020 theme for National Day...

Are you ‘Ready to Rise’?

By Terri Schlichenmeyer You know you have it. There are all kinds of potential inside you but how can you actually use it? Says author Jo...

COVID-19 and Mother’s Day

By Dr. Glenn Mollette I wish mom were still here so I could take her out to Sunday dinner. The problem with Sunday dinner this...

City of McKinney and partners offering COVID-19 Small Business Grants

The City of McKinney, partnering with the McKinney Community Development Corporation (MCDC), established the McKinney Strong COVID-19 Small Business and Nonprofit Grant program, offering...

Richardson reopens library with limited services

The Richardson Public Library reopened its doors with limited access and modified operating hours on Tuesday, May 5. By way of Executive Order (GA-18) issued...

Texas Can Academies students enjoy a curbside graduation

For Texans Can Academies students, the road to graduation can be much longer and steeper than for most. These students have shown perseverance and...

Community generosity boosts Parkland’s COVID-19 response

  More than $3.5 million in philanthropic gifts have been committed to Parkland Foundation to support a new Public Health Preparedness Fund, helping Parkland Health...

The City of Lewisville is cancelling all events through September due to COVID-19 and budget cuts

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 disease outbreak, the uncertainty of when restrictions will be lifted on large-scale gatherings, and major budgetary concerns, the City...

World Vision hosts virtual 6K walk for water to fight global spread of COVID-19

On Saturday, May 16, thousands in Dallas-Fort Worth and worldwide will virtually unite through the world’s biggest 6K for clean water, World Vision’s annual...
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NDG Mourns the Passing of Long-time Editor and Friend

For many years now, Ruth Elaine Ferguson has been a conduit of news and information to the African American community, as well as others,...

District staff a source of pride in difficult times

By Joyce Foreman Dallas ISD District 6 I continue to be amazed at the work our district employees are accomplishing as we deal with the repercussions...

WANTED: Residents to join conversations about racial equity in proposed bond 2020

Dallas ISD’s Racial Equity Office (REO) is calling on communities in the city’s southern sector...

Why does God allow evil and disease?

Sister Tarpley NDG Religion Editor “If you, O Lord, kept a record of sins, O Lord, who could stand.” (Psalm 130:3) One of the most common questions every...
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