Bond dollars are being funneled into projects that will enable more of us to access the trails without having to drive to an entrance, and will connect the trails in our neighborhood as well as linking us with trails in other sections of the city.
Trails in Dallas have different purposes and definitions, depending on their use.
Dallas County came up with its master plan for the trails first, and its plan is much more focused on “thoroughfare-type trails …”
Roughly $31 million of Dallas’ 2003 and 2006 bond funds either has been or will be spent on 18 miles of trail projects.
We all want to see our neighborhood trails look their best. But taking beautification into your own hands by planting trees near a trail…
It wasn’t always a given that the old Minyard’s would be transformed into a new Whole Foods.
Standing outside Premiere Video, he was an offbeat leprechaun with shaggy silver hair protruding from a green plastic fedora, sporting around his squatty neck a hundred strands of bright acrylic beads.
Don’t let the pastel frosting and sprinkles fool you. This baking competition is no cakewalk.
A couch-lounging German Shepherd named Dirk.
For one weekend each March, the sound of slides, bagpipes and sweet Irish brogues mingling with the aroma of steaks and stews rise up from Dallas’ fairgrounds.
“I wondered how I would give up such a great job — the decision was tough for about a split second. Once I had Ysabel in my arms, I knew.”