The City of Dallas is one of the first cities in the country to receive an official BETTER CITY FOR PETS™ certification, as part of the Mars Petcare BETTER CITIES FOR PETS™ program.
Dallas Animal Services (DAS) is currently at 108% capacity for dogs and 150% capacity for cats and needs adopters and fosters to help save lives.
All pets will have their adoption fees waived to help DAS avoid euthanizing adoptable pets for space.
The special will run through Sunday, July 21. Adoption hours are as follows:
11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday to Friday
The many floral beds are bursting with impatiens, lobelias, begonias, salvia, marigolds, zinnias, caladiums, lantana, cannas, vinca and pentas.
In the aftermath of recent storms that roared across the metroplex leaving mass tree devastation in numerous Dallas parks,
As the summer’s gaming wave arrives with the summer heat wave, the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden invites locals and visitors to bring their wands and head to the garden to play Harry Potter: Wizards Unite.
If parking is a challenge at The Harbor, you can use the FREE parking garage in the TrendHR building. Tonight’s Concert by the Lake features “Escape,” the ultimate Journey Tribute Band.
Another large crowd is expected tonight, and there are a few places not available for parking. Most notably, there is no on-grass parking anywhere at The Harbor.
During the Sunday June 9, 2019 storm, lightening struck a home and a very large tree located on Carl C. Senter in one of Forney's oldest neighborhoods.
Forney Community Ministries is recruiting volunteers, individuals or groups, to help inspect, sort, and organize the uniforms received from the May School Uniform Drive. Shifts are available the week of June 17 and the week of July 8.
Complete volunteer information, including the easy way to reserve a volunteer date and time, is available at the following link.
Two Forney, Texas, residents were named on Oklahoma Baptist University’s academic honor roll for the fall 2018 semester.
The President’s Honor Roll included Savanna Grace Branton, an early childhood and special education major; and Vanessa Parra, an elementary education major.