Residents, religious organizations, school groups and those willing to do heavy lifting showed up at the Rowlett High School cafeteria Saturday morning to clean up storm debris.
Several days after the tornado, Tory Cox was picking up broken fences with neighbors’ permission so he could finish a home improvement project.
When K.R. Hooks, of Rockwall, was presented with the idea of making shirts and finding sponsors to raise money for Rowlett, he had no hesitations.
In the next two years downtown Rowlett is expected to have multiple new businesses including restaurants and shops. Kevin Lefere and Ryan Pyle, both of Rockwall, are ahead of the game with their brewpub opening right next to the Village of Rowlett construction this Spring.
Over a month after a tornado hit Rowlett, one of its churches remains a disaster relief center.
UIL Girls Basketball Bi-District Playoffs
Dallas Christian steamrolled through the TAPPS 2-4A regular season en route to a perfect 8-0 record.
The district season is not yet to the halfway point, but the 11-6A girls race already appears to be a six-team affair.
It has not been an ideal start for the West Mesquite boys soccer team, but they might have turned a corner on Tuesday, as Guillermo Estrada scored a pair of goals and the defense did the rest in a 2-0 victory over district-leading Forney.
Sachse knew prior to Tuesday's clash with Rowlett that the final week of the regular season would include some anxious moments.
For those looking for something a little different than sending a bouquet of flowers to your special someone this Valentine’s Day weekend, LASH Delivery, a delivery service app offering food, alcohol and more, has announced the perfect Valentine’s Day package.
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.