This process developed into a two-tier structure known as the Northeast Corridor Steering Committee and the Northeast Corridor Working Committees.
There are many in our neighborhood who will recognize some (maybe themselves) in the photo featured this month.
When East Dallas resident Natalie Blankenship heard of Interfaith, a provider of transitional housing for the homeless, she signed up as a volunteer,…
One day in 1982, Eastfield Community College professor Starling discovered a historian’s gold mine in one of her history classes.
Fifth-grade students Danielle Hardie and Logan Garrett are the first girls in the history of the coed league to play on the team.
The center had clients who needed job training, and Chili’s needed experienced food handlers. By joining forces, everyone could come out ahead.
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.
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.
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?”
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.
As a veterinarian, I am sought out more often now for advice regarding the cat that is preying on human ankles or the dog that chews up the front door every time it’s left alone.
Known locally as the Community Revitalization of East Dallas, the organization is involved in many aspects of our community.