The budget would do away with 36 vacant jobs in the Fire Department and 46 vacant jobs in the Police Department. The city will layoff 16 people in the Planning Department as part of a reorganization.
Residents say erosion from Dudley Branch Creek is cutting into their back yards and they feel their homes will slide away.
Lots of optimism coming from the Discovery Gardens at Dallas Fair Park where Mayor Mike Rawlings outlined his vision for the second year of Grow South, a plan to revitalize Dallas’ Southern Sector.
A specially-called Irving City Council meeting Wednesday night is expected to determine the immediate future of City Manager Tommy Gonzalez.
Apparently that time when you were cut off on the highway and had your parking space “stolen” weren’t isolated incidents in North Texas. Travel and Leisure is out with its list of the rudest cities in the country and yes, we made the list.
Some longtime West Dallas residents, many quite elderly, are petrified they will have to leave their homes because of higher property taxes.
After a number of disciplinary hearings with Dallas Police Chief David Brown since last week, a number have been shown the door – including six on Thursday.
A cost-cutting move that’s being discussed in Denton is being blasted by some firefighters.
The Dallas City Council got to work today on a budget that is facing a deficit of 130 million dollars.
The building contractor responsible for completely overhauling the aging interior and exerior of Dallas Love Field offered an update on their project Thursday.
The city flags around Coppell have been raised back to full staff after the latest developments about the late mayor’s financial dealings.