Sue Hartson has been through harsh times since a tornado destroyed her recently remodeled home Dec. 26. But she’s remained in good spirits.
Four Rowlett City Council and the mayoral seats are up for election in May.
Dozens of Santa Clauses filled First Christian Church in Rowlett on Saturday when the Lone Star Santas stopped by to give children displaced from the tornado a second chance at Christmas.
Texas Policyholder Advocates is hosting an information session next week about what people need to know about insurance claims.
Garland Independent School District high school students interested in joining the military will soon be able to be a part of the Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps program at Rowlett High School.
As the 11-6A boys basketball continues down the home stretch, Rowlett has put a stranglehold on the race for the top spot.
Rowlett has had some ups and downs this season but put together one of its better all-around performances on Tuesday.
Through three district matches, Sachse is right where it expected to be.
Sachse faced a dangerous game on Tuesday against a hot Naaman Forest team who is desperately trying to hang around in the playoff conversation.
The TAPPS 2-4A regular season came to a close on Tuesday but the Dallas Christian basketball teams had already wrapped up their district business a few days earlier.
At 2:30 p.m. on Feb. 28 in the Hill Performance Hall at the Eisemann Center, 2351 Performance Drive, “Chicken Dance” will be produced as part of the Family Theatre Series. “Chicken Dance” is a new musical based on the book by Tammi Sauer with illustration by Dan Santat.
Richland College recently announced the opening of an exhibition featuring 50 historical photographs spanning three decades of the Fort Worth-based magazine Sepia, to run from Feb. 1-29.