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First apartments are shown along Singleton Boulevard near the center of the development site. (Trinity Groves) Trinity Groves has become a popular West Dallas draw with its array of start-up restaurants and entertainment events...Trinity Groves
Since Miles came to the district, he has focused on classroom instruction, with the aim of improving student scores...This month, 69 percent of fifth-grade students passed math on their first try, compared to 62 percent last year...Students struggled,
Lara Solt/Staff Photographer Sen. John Cornyn on Tuesday embraced rape survivor Lavinia Masters, who discussed the attack she suffered at her West Dallas home at age 13. Published: 22 April 2014 10:49 PM Updated: 22 April 2014 10:49 PM Sen. John
Louis DeLuca/Staff Photographer Jacquelyn Bradley, Randy Bradley (center) and David Bradley, all relatives of Victor Bilbo, attended the dedication ceremony on Thursday. Published: 14 April 2014 10:27 PM Updated: 14 April 2014 10:32 PM Context
Wood Partners new apartment community on West Commerce Street will have 242 units. (Wood Partners) Developer Wood Partners has completed design work on its newest apartment community to be constructed just west of downtown Dallas. The Alta West
19 March 2014 11:00 PM United Way of Metropolitan Dallas invested $44 million in the community and made significant progress in the first two years of its decade-long United 2020 plan, according to the first of 10 annual scorecards.
Good Fulton & Farrell Architects The proposed Cliff View apartments would include 326 units in West Dallas. Published: 13 February 2014 09:59 PM Updated: 13 February 2014 10:44 PM The land's thickets and remnant fences set a scene of neglect. The
A stray dog suffering from mange wanders the streets of the La Bajada neighborhood in West Dallas. (Mona Reeder/Staff photographer) The Dallas City Council found something it could agree on Monday morning: There are entirely too many stray dogs in
McCarthy/Staff Photographer FC Dallas goalkeeper Chris Seitz played soccer with (from left) Eddie Lerma, Charis Wagner, Kurt Collier and Noah Bordeaux during last week's dedication ceremony for a new FC Dallas Foundation field. Published: 26 January
25 January 2014 09:21 PM A 19-year-old West Dallas man arrested Friday on suspicion of breaking his infant son's bones told police he began hallucinating during one incident, according to an arrest warrant affidavit.