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Have you entered your fuzzy goblins and ghouls in our Pet People Halloween Costume Contest? We'll be at Katy Trail this ...

Have you entered your fuzzy goblins and ghouls in our Pet People Halloween Costume Contest? We'll be at Katy Trail this Saturday passing out goodies for all your 4-legged friends and chatting about how to enter! Come find us towards the Knox Street entrance!

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HPISD 9-12-23 board meeting part II


HPISD 9-12-23 board meeting


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Park Cities People is the source for community news and events in Highland Park and University Park.United by their support for the excellent schools of Highland Park ISD, the people of Highland Park and University Park treasure their small towns in the heart of Dallas. Stately old mansions and a host of new construction set among spectacular tree-lined streets make the beauty of the Park Cities and Turtle Creek a sight to behold. Simultaneously sophisticated and down-home, these neighborhoods are a true oasis amidst the hubbub of the big city.

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The Retina Foundation of the Southwest celebrated its success in accelerating treatment efforts during its annual Visionary Luncheon May 18 at the Hilton Anatole.

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From all of us at People Newspapers, we're wishing all the dads a Happy Father's Day!
Temple Emanu-El will host a Shabbat evening service commemorating Juneteenth with Rev. Virzola Law, the senior pastor at Northway Christian Church.

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The Dallas City Council on Wednesday approved an agreement with Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) to allocate $90 million in unallocated sales tax revenues to the city for mobility projects.

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Short-term rentals will no longer be allowed in single-family neighborhoods in Dallas, but they may remain in multi-family dwellings and commercial zones with added restrictions.

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My dad was a meat-and-potatoes kind of guy. When I think back to Father’s Days while I was growing up, I can still picture my dad standing at the grill cooking steaks or burgers – his two favorites.

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Pegasus Contemporary Ballet’s season finale, “Amor Fati: An Evening of Greek Mythology,” is a two-day production featuring stories of Greek mythology and blending dance, music, and spoken word.

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These area Boy Scouts have earned the Eagle Scout rank, Scouting’s highest. Doing so typically takes several years and requires earning 21 or more badges plus a service project.

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A new restaurant is taking over the former Corner Bakery space in the Preston Forest Village shopping center. Hudson House is expected to open its latest outpost there in 2024.

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Our 2023 4th of July Coloring Book is out and ready for submissions! Know anybody that wants to show off their art skills for a chance to win fun and yummy prizes? The last day to submit is July 11th!

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In the name of recovery, The Magdalen House hosted a tennis match that raised enough money to cover services for 20 women enrolled in the First-Step program to recover from alcoholism.

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Some working couples commute surprising distances while maintaining their Park Cities homes. It’s worth it for so many reasons, explained Dr. Matthew and Sara Cavey, who run a medical practice 38 miles away but value what University Park offers their family.

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Wedding plans can reveal couples’ unique stories, relationships, and the lives they plan to build together. That’s true of NBC 5 Today co-anchor Laura Harris and fiancé Patrick Means, who are planning a December wedding.

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Marie Baldwin, 27, and Corbin Lee, 28, got engaged at Highland Park’s Lakeside Park in October 2021 — the same place Baldwin’s parents got engaged 32 years prior.

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Family violence agency The Family Place hosted the 10th anniversary of ReuNight on May 18 at the Dallas Petroleum Club.

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Developers are planning to break ground by this fall on a new residential tower near Fairmount Street and Wolf Street in Uptown.

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