Twenty years ago, two social workers answered letters to Santa Claus from New York’s “dead letter” box bringing Christmas to four needy families. One letter pulled from the giant barrel of lost wishes was from a young boy in Newark who simply said, “Please, I want an Atari.” Realizing that children needed more than just
From the turkey and stuffing at Thanksgiving to the holiday lights at Christmas, the holidays are full of tradition for many families. But for the employees of Classic Chervrolet, the Thanksgiving holiday sparks a very personal tradition
Step into the enchanted world of Broadway's modern classic and 8th longest running show, Disney's BEAUTY AND THE BEAST! Based on the Academy-Award winning animated feature, the stage version includes all of the wonderful songs written by Alan Menken and
Newsweek recently released its 2011 list of America’s best high schools. The ranking for 2011 is based on a revamped methodology that Newsweek’s panel of experts believe to reflect more accurately a high school’s effectiveness at preparing its students for college. See how CISD and other area schools fared...
The Hair Bar is arriving in Southlake Town Square January 2012.
Led by Senior linebacker Will Davis the Dragons Defense once again stepped up big holding the potent Cedar Hill Longhorns to just seven points on their way to a 40-7 victory on Saturday's UIL Area matchup at Cowboys Stadium.
The Southlake Boys and Girls Carroll Cross Country Club convincingly landed first place title’s at the Nike Cross Country South Regional Championships at Bear Branch Park, in the Woodlands. The first and second place team competes at the Nike Cross Country Nationals in Portland, Oregon on December 3rd.
My hunting career began when I was 4 years old under the leadership of my father. To some, that might seem like a very early age to introduce a child to the sport but to others, like me, it seems instinctive.
Bunco, Book Group, Girls’ Night Out, they go by many names, but the social groups that Southlake women belong to are a constant source of fun and friendship, even if many of these groups fly ‘under the radar.’ You may not hear about these groups in the news very often, but they nourish many a Southlake woman,
Baylor Regional Medical Center at Grapevine marked the start of a new era in patient care on November 9 with a groundbreaking and blessing for its $100.5 million patient tower and expansion. More than 150 people attended the event to celebrate the hos