Dallas Landmark Commission Seeks Volunteers for Landmark Historic District Task Force

By Heather Hunter / October 11, 2019 / 1 Comment

If you get tickled by a Tudor, find your verve in a Victorian, or go cuckoo for a Colonial, we have the perfect gig for you! Dallas Landmark Commission is looking for volunteers for its Landmark Historic District Task Forces. Sounds very official, right? No word on whether it comes with a badge but, fingers […]

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Realtor Loses License, But Former Clients Say She Still Owes Them Money

By Bethany Erickson / July 26, 2019 / 1 Comment

When Lee Warren found himself in need of someone to manage his rental properties, he turned to a friend — a licensed Realtor who had hung up her shingle to do just that.  “I have known her for years — we were friends,” Warren said. He now says that Ashley Williams Creamer betrayed that friendship […]

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Dallas ISD Trustee’s Newborn In Fight of Her Young Life

By Bethany Erickson / March 23, 2018 / 0 Comments

As any parent can tell you, from the first time you discover you’ll be one until well, forever, a huge piece of your heart is never yours alone anymore. And from the first wail in the delivery room — or meeting, in the case of adoption, this phenomenon occurs: that part of your heart is […]

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North Texas Municipal Water Customers Unconvinced Their Water Is Safe

By Bethany Erickson / March 17, 2018 / 7 Comments

The North Texas Municipal Water District insists its water is safe. So do several of the cities it services. But a growing number of customers are saying they are not so sure now. Emily Franklin is one of those customers. Her family has lived in Anna for almost four years, and she said their water […]

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Atmos Unveils Interactive Map, Increased Staffing at Information Centers

By Bethany Erickson / March 4, 2018 / 0 Comments

A new online tool unveiled by Atmos Energy Saturday evening will hopefully make it easier for customers to know when they can call to re-establish service. Atmos Energy director of governmental and public affairs Steve Matthews said that the “mobile-friendly interactive map” is available on the company’s website and “permits residents impacted by the planned […]

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After a Quieter Friday, Atmos Says It’s Planning Better Communication Tools

By Bethany Erickson / March 3, 2018 / 0 Comments

As Atmos Energy crews began the process of replacing aging pipe in an area where 2,800 homes are without gas service after a massive shut down that followed days after a fatal home explosion, Friday was quiet in comparison to the chaotic days prior. According to city officials, after Thursday night’s debacle at both the […]

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