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All throughout the fall season both the Dragons’ and Lady Dragons’ cross country teams produced one remarkable effort after another. These exceptional runners dominated the courses since the season started in the mid-August heat. Ultimately, coach Justin Leonard guided the team through high expectations with record-setting results.
When Ryan Arthur was young he listened to stories told by his firefighter uncle and a desire to follow in his uncle’s footsteps and pursue a career as a firefighter was born. Recently, Ryan was promoted to
We all new Kenny Hill was the new "King of the Hill" now the do-it-all Junior QB is getting the recognition he and the team deserve. Today ESPN Dallas' Randy Jennings announced through its High School Report that Hill was honored as their Class 5A MVP.
Carroll Independent School District is accepting written comments on a DRAFT version of the 2012-2013 school calendar.
In less than two weeks, NorthGate Constructors' DFW Connector project will begin a four-night traffic switch at FM 1709/Southlake Blvd. and Northwest Highway. In the new traffic pattern, the Northwest Highway Bridge will become one-way going westbound into Southlake, and Southlake Blvd./FM 1709 will become one-way going eastbound into Grapevine.
In the spirit of the holiday season, the City of Southlake once again invited all businesses in Town Square and beyond to celebrate the special holiday time of year by creating an eye-catching holiday window and storefront display with this year’s Deck the Windows contest kicked off at
The Southlake Carroll Dragons football team accomplished their season's goal with a 36-29 win over Fort Bend Hightower in the ccL State Champioinship game. A crowd of 42,896 gathered to...
Once again Southlake Style takes a look back on the year that was 2011. The pages to follow are part history, part humor and all Southlake Style. As in years past we aim to shine the spotlight, refresh your memory, and reflect upon what makes Southlake great.
In March of 1996, Cooper & Stebbins land developer Brian Stebbins called for Southlake residents to congregate at the community center at Bicentennial Park. Both the concerned and the curious turned out to hear the plans from the visionary who wanted to