105.3 The Fan’s Official St. Patrick’s Day celebration will be at Sundown At Granada on Lower Greenville, Saturday March 15th from 10a.m. to 5p.m. We’ll have a live broadcast all morning and afternoon long, visits from your favorite […]
A candlelight vigil is planned to honor the memory of Terrell Cowherd, 26, who was stabbed to death early Saturday morning outside Club Kush on Greenville Avenue after he tried to break up a fight.
The suspect accused of stabbing a good Samaritan who was trying to break up a fight along Greenville Avenue turned himself into police less than 24 hours after police released photos of the suspect.
Investigators were out on Monday morning looking for the cause of a three-alarm fire that destroyed a former Mexican restaurant in northeast Dallas and left one person dead.
aint Patrick’s Day is this weekend so that means Dallas residents living on the “M” Streets are getting ready for big crowds headed to the area for the annual parade on Greenville Avenue.
St. Patrick’s Day is more than just green-colored brew and rowdy parades. DFW offers several family-friendly (and affordable) events that are guaranteed to be fun for kids.
As North Texas drivers were out fighting rush hour traffic, members of Dallas Fire Rescue were out battling a 3-alarm fire. The blaze destroyed a unit at the Birchbrook II Condominiums, near Greenville Avenue and Lovers Lane.
Resident Parking Only or RPOs started in the Greenville Avenue district several years ago. Today, RPOs can be found in five of the six entertainment districts.
Ryan Lusk was ending a night of celebrating St. Patrick’s Day, along Dallas’ Greenville Avenue. Everything changed early Sunday morning
The Annual St. Patrick’s Parade down Greenville Avenue is happening this Saturday, followed by a concert in Energy Square and subsequent merriment. There will also be a St. Patrick’s 5K at 8 a.m. that morning […]
Some residents of Lower Greenville Avenue are embracing the prospect of huge crowds this St. Patrick’s Day weekend, but others are more skeptical.
Join other emerald-clad folks in Dallas this St. Patrick’s Day for some good old-fashioned beer drinking and shenanigans, and possibly a run.