The designated site is the old TU Electric power plant off of Stemmons just north of Downtown – you know, the one you would pass on the freeway and wonder “What is that thing with the smokestacks?”
Fifth-grade students Danielle Hardie and Logan Garrett are the first girls in the history of the coed league to play on the team.
Volunteers meet at Richland once a week with individuals or small groups to talk with the students and allow them to practice their English skills.
Administrators, teachers and community volunteers give their time and energy to these kinds of programs, all which share a common goal: providing our children with a quality education.
The group’s latest effort, the installation of about 400 new covered trash cans, which include recycling bins, has been its largest success in the two years they have been operating.
Known locally as the Community Revitalization of East Dallas, the organization is involved in many aspects of our community.
These deals are happening because many of the properties were acquired on the cheap
What’s good for East Dallas is good for Woodrow.
citizens have expressed concern with the running of red lights by drivers across the City
Woodrow’s science department needs help
The education committee of the Dallas Northeast Chamber of Commerce wants to connect business people with students
The elegance and opulence of Imperial Russia can be found at the DeGolyer House