How You Can be Friendly with the Apartment Neighbors

In today’s fast-paced life, we’re often not aware of exactly who’s living in the apartment next door. Though it’s not necessary to be friends with them or know them very well, being friendly with them can be good for you. However, nowadays people may have some suspicions about you when you have such close proximity with them. People living in north end apartments dallas just beside you have same issues and problems with the neighborhood and you as well.

Why did a member of the Dallas park board vote in Tarrant County?

Staff Photographer Rumors have long circulated at Dallas City Hall that Park Board member Marlon Rollins didn’t live in the city, a requirement for the quasi-independent board that oversees the city’s park department. Rollins suggests the rumors spread because he ruffled some feathers with his persistent questions to powerful people about how money is spent. "The establishment of the city of Dallas politics is not used to some of the questions that I’m asking," he said. "When does a black politician, a public servant, ask about money?" Marlon Rollins, Dallas Park Board member Trouble is, there’s at least some basis Read more

Dallas County Schools withheld information from districts, DISD says

DALLAS – The now abolished Dallas County Schools withheld information from districts it served, according to Dallas ISD superintendent Dr. Michael Hinojosa. “We’ve had to request open records,” Hinojosa said on WFAA-TV’s Inside Texas Politics this morning as he discussed trying to determine how many of the DCS buses are owned versus leased. Hinojosa said DCS, which provided bussing for nine districts until voters abolished the agency on Tuesday, was not cooperative lately. “That’s been a disappointment because I’m the one that spoke up,” Hinojosa explained to WFAA. “I was the only person that was speaking up. We just wanted Read more

Why Moving To Dallas Would Be A Great Idea

I am from New England and I have never considered moving to another part of the US until now. While I am used to this environment, I am starting to see the merits of living elsewhere. Lately, I have really been thinking about moving to Dallas. This may seem way out of the box because it is very different from the Northeast, but there are a few great reasons to give this place some real consideration. One thing that I think makes me want to head there is the weather. I am getting older and I have arthritis, so the Read more

Watch: Cowboys Run Tony Romo Video Tribute Before His First Game Back in Dallas

Former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo returned to AT&T Stadium as an announcer for the first time on Sunday. Romo is working as the analyst for the No. 1 team here at CBS Sports, and he and Jim Nantz are on the call for Sunday afternoon’s Chiefs-Cowboys game. In a tribute to his long and excellent career in Dallas, the Cowboys adorned one of the end zones with a “WELCOME HOME 9” banner. That wasn’t the only thing his old team did for the occasion, also playing a video commemorating Romo’s long Dallas career shortly before the start of the Read more

Reunion Tower – Dallas, Texas – Skyscrapers on Waymarking.Com

View waymark gallery Reunion Tower – Dallas, Texas Quick Description: Reunion Tower is 561 ft (171 m) observation tower and restaurant in downtown Dallas, Texas. Built in 1978, it is an iconic landmark of the city’s skyline and often included in commercial advertisements of the Dallas metropolis. Long Description: “Reunion Tower is a 561 ft (171 m) observation tower and one of the most recognizable landmarks in Dallas, Texas. Located at 300 Reunion Blvd. in the Reunion district of downtown Dallas, the tower is part of the Hyatt Regency Hotel complex, and is the 15th tallest building in Dallas. A Read more

10 Greatest Rangers: Where Hall of Famer Pudge Rodriguez, Adrian Beltre and Best of the Rest Rank

/ Texas Rangers player Michael Young celebrates they defeated the New York Yankee 6-1 to win the ALCS at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington, Tx on October 22, 2010. (Michael Ainsworth/The Dallas Morning News) Editor’s note: This story was originally published Jan. 18. Throughout the Texas Rangers’ history, some exceptional baseball players have come through Arlington. But who are the 10 best to have played for the franchise since it moved to Texas in 1972? Gerry Fraley of SportsDayDFW.com and The Dallas Morning News offers his top 10 and the reasons why: 10. Kenny Rogers Most durable arm in franchise history. Read more

Dallas Isd Begins Push to Integrate Computer Science Lessons in All 151 Elementary Schools

Staff Photographer Frederick Douglass fifth-grader Joeleah Hudspeth made her robot talk, step forward, and march around. “You get to solve its problem and make it move,” she said. Classmate Alexis Luna had the robot walk and say “Hi.” “We had to go on an app, click it, and go through some directions … and when we finished, we connect it to the robot,” Alexis explained. “That’s what made the robot move — not in the computer, but in real life.” A pilot program, launched last year at Frederick Douglass Elementary in southeast Dallas, gave them the opportunity to learn computer Read more

Top quotes from Texas’ win over Kansas State | ‘There is a lot of positive energy in that locker room right now’

This Story is About… Tim Warner/Getty Images AUSTIN, TX – OCTOBER 07: The Texas Longhorns celebrate after the game against the Kansas State Wildcats at Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium on October 7, 2017 in Austin, Texas. (Photo by Tim Warner/Getty Images) The Longhorns out-dueled Kansas State Saturday night to pick up a 40-34 double-overtime win. The win gives Texas a 3–2 record — and fresh momentum — heading into a rivalry battle with No. 3 Oklahoma next weekend. Here are some of the best quotes from coaches and players following the Longhorns’ victory. ‘There’s a lot of positive energy’ Read more

Dallas Neighborhood Ramps up Volunteer Patrols with Dpd Resources Shifted to State Fair of Texas

With hundreds of Dallas Police officers working the State Fair of Texas the next four weekends, one Dallas neighborhood says now is the time to step up volunteer patrols. Take Back Oak Lawn, a volunteer group that works on improving lighting and safety conditions in the neighborhood just north of downtown, says it will increase the amount of patrols through the rest of October. The group took to Facebook on Friday to voice its’ concern over DPD staffing in neighborhoods while the State Fair of Texas welcomes more than one million visitors at Fair Park. Lee Daugherty with Take Back Read more

The Creepy Small Town Near Dallas – Fort Worth With Insane Paranormal Activity

Mineral Wells, located about 50 miles west of Fort Worth in Palo Pinto and Parker counties, was named for the mineral springs discovered here in the late 1800s. In the early 1900s, the town drew national interest, including being selected as the spring training site in 1919 for the Chicago White Sox. It’s biggest claim to fame, however, is its now-shuttered, opulent Baker Hotel. The hotel is said to be the most haunted place in Texas. But it’s not the only location with paranormal activity. The Baker Hotel, Mineral Wells Texas from A.F. Weaver Collection/FacebookAn early postcard shows the town’s Read more