Dallas Mayor, County Judge Discourage Trick-Or-Treating, Urge Everyone To Have Fun At Home On HalloweenDallas Mayor Eric Johnson and County Judge Clay Jenkins are suggesting significant adjustments to traditional Halloween plans due to the coronavirus pandemic. 
Texas Health Services Recommends Building COVID-19 Protective Masks Into Halloween CostumesMasks are more important than ever, but a costume mask is not a substitute for a protective cloth mask, the Texas Department of State Health Services says.
North Pole Express Coming Back To GrapevineMasks will be required, and staff are taking extra precautions by wearing gloves, sanitizing the train after each ride, and getting creative with their signature drink.
Carrollton To Launch Fireworks On Veterans Day With No On-Site EventResidents are encouraged to watch from their homes if possible and avoid gathering in large groups.
CDC Recommends Staying Put For Thanksgiving During Pandemic“We need to change the rules for this one year, maybe two years,” said Dr. David Winter, an internal medicine physician at Baylor Scott & White Health.
Big Change For Fort Worth's Parade Of Lights Due To PandemicThe parade, now in its 38th year, will not take place on the streets of downtown Fort Worth.
Pandemic Forces North Texans To Enjoy July 4th Weekend A Little DifferentlyArlington moved its annual fireworks display from downtown to allow spectators a chance to watch from their cars.
At Least 7 North Texas Cities Cancel July 4th Events Due To Coronavirus Pandemic, Budget ShortfallGovernor Greg Abbott has given the go-ahead for large outdoor gatherings to occur as long as certain safety measures are taken.
UT Arlington Finds Vietnam Veteran’s College Transcript, Resolves Life-Long RegretSteve Kennedy was only nine credit hours short of qualifying for his degree, when he was sent to serve in Vietnam.
Dallas Restaurants, Bars Compete With Wet Weather, Coronavirus Concerns, Limited Capacity Memorial Day WeekendHeavy rain dampened some expectations, pushing some spots like The Rustic to pivot.
Memorial Day Service In Colleyville Closed To Public For First Time Ever Due To Coronavirus Pandemic; Shared Via LivestreamMany Memorial Day services across the country were cancelled due to coronavirus concerns, but not the service at the Bluebonnet Hills Funeral Home & Memorial Park in Colleyville.
DeSoto Honors Fallen Heroes With Solemnity And Social Distancing On Memorial DayDonning masks and practicing social distancing, folks in DeSoto came together at the city's Military Memorial for a Remembrance Ceremony on Memorial Day.
July 4th Parade, Celebration Canceled In Park Cities Due To Coronavirus"We know this announcement will come as a great disappointment for many. We are disappointed too," the Park Cities said in a news release.
Coronavirus In Texas: Preparing For Holy Weekend Like No OtherFor the first time in its 130 year history, the public was not allowed inside Good Friday mass conducted in downtown by the Diocese of Dallas.
Texans Love Easter M&M's According To Google DataEven though there won't be a lot of Easter gatherings this Sunday, it looks like people are still interested in Easter candy.