Silverstone Healthcare Company, which owns and develops luxury senior living communities, has opened HarborChase of the Park Cities, billed as a “new generation” assisted living and memory care community.
The $50 million-plus mid-rise, terraced, eight-story community features 134 luxury apartments at 5917 Sherry Lane, near the Dallas North Tollway and Preston Center.
Polly and Dan McKeithen, chairs of the Park Cities Historic and Preservation Society's (PCHPS) Classic and Antique Car Show, announce it has been rescheduled for until April 28, in anticipation of bad weather.
Originally slated for Saturday, April 21, the car show brings together enthusiasts and cars of all classes at Burleson Park, 3000 University Boulevard, by Southern Methodist University.
Due to rain in the forecast, NorthPark Center and the Dallas Symphony Orchestra have moved Saturday's Concert Under the Stars from CenterPark Garden to the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center, located at 2301 Flora St. in the Dallas Arts District.
Colin Allred, an attorney and former NFL player, and Lillian Salerno, an attorney and businesswoman, face off in the May 22 Democratic Primary runoff for the District 32 U.S. House Race. The winner will challenge incumbent
U.S. Rep. Pete Sessions, R-Dallas, in November for a district Hillary Clinton narrowly won in 2016.
Early voting runs May 14-18. Visit dallascountyvote.org for polling information.
Click below to view the candidates Q&A responses.
The Artscape kickoff reception was held on March 13 at a private Highland Park residence. Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden Artscape Chair Kaki Hopkins gave some updates about this year’s Artscape taking place April 28-29 where 96 professional artists from around the country will showcase their artwork in the garden. A distinguished jury of art professionals selected these artists from a competitive group of a record-breaking number of applicants.
The Highland Park girls are headed to the Texas State High School Gymnastics Championships after a third-place finish in the team standings at regionals.
The strong performance by the Lady Scots at the regional meet this week means HP will take its entire team to the state meet on April 27-28 at Rockwall-Heath.
Tatum Meeks led the Lady Scots with a regional title on balance beam in addition to runner-up finishes on vault and uneven bars. That also placed her second in the all-around competition.
You’ll notice a couple of extra captains on the football field for Highland Park this fall. Instead of the traditional four, there will be six seniors leading the 2018 squad.
The captains include Ryan Butz, Hudson Clark, Finn Corwin, Ryan Khetan, James Lightbourn, and Regan Riddle. Each of them played significant roles during the Scots’ run to the Class 5A state title last year.
The HP coaching staff also recently announced the 13-member player committee (listed after the jump). The Scots will open spring practice next week and will start the regular season on Aug. 31 against Rockwall.
Highland Park remains in the thick of the playoff picture in District 15-5A despite suffering consecutive road losses to Forney and Royse City.
The Sots (12-13, 8-3) dropped out of the top spot in the standings during a 4-0 loss to the Jackrabbits on April 14 during which Forney’s Mason Englert threw a no-hitter. That defeat also snapped HP’s seven-game winning streak in district play, which included a 2-1 victory over Forney two days earlier.
On Tuesday, the Scots couldn’t take advantage of five Royse City errors during a 6-5 loss. It was the seventh game for HP in 15-5A play decided by two runs or fewer.