Monthly Archive for: ‘6 years ago’

DART prepares for possible severe winter weather

DART prepares for possible severe winter weather

Applying lessons learned from 2013 and early 2014, Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) plans to deliver the widest range of …

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Society Honors Ebola Heroes

Society Honors Ebola Heroes

The Dallas County Medical Society honored two of Dallas’ Ebola heroes on Thursday night at a ceremony where members also …

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First steel piece set for Margaret McDermott Bridge

First steel piece set for Margaret McDermott Bridge

January 7th was an exciting day for the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) and the City of Dallas as the …

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Mayors’ Report Card on Education Released at USCM

Mayors’ Report Card on Education Released at USCM

The Bush Institute at the George W. Bush Presidential Center has released the Mayors’ Report Card on Education, a collection …

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City working to prepare for potential future earthquake activity

City working to prepare for potential future earthquake activity

The City of Dallas is working to develop contingency plans to deal with future seismic activity in the wake of …

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Dallas Welcomes the College Football Playoff National Championship

Dallas Welcomes the College Football Playoff National Championship

The City of Dallas is gearing up for the first-ever College Football Playoff National Championship. Organizers say it’s going to …

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North Texas classical music is better than ever on the new WRR

North Texas classical music is better than ever on the new WRR

The New 101.1 WRR radio now has new sound, new programs, longer music sets and a renewed focus on live …

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City razes abandoned home, reaches milestone in building stronger neighborhoods.

The City of Dallas tore down its 272nd unsafe and abandoned home on Tuesday, surpassing a goal of 251 set …

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Four youth aim to stop Ebola, heal the world

According to Confucius, wisdom, compassion and courage are the three universally recognized qualities of men. In this case, all three …

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North Texas classical music is better than ever on the new WRR

The New 101.1 WRR radio now has new sound, new programs, longer music sets and a renewed focus on live …

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