OC newsletter Square One October 8, 2009

Read the story now, and hear the urban legend later. Dallas Animal Services found the remains of as many as 200 dead cats in an Oak Cliff house. At the same house, six dogs had to be put down — what’s going on here?

You wanted to know
— which students are selected to attend DISD Magnet schools, and how diverse are they? And did you know that at least one Magnet school accepted every student who applied last year? We have the details.

Check out the Oak Cliff Advocate for our interview with crush-worthy hat designer and neighborhood resident Cassandra MacGreggor.

We all know them:
Those neighbors who go above and beyond to make our neighborhood a better place. They’re the people who regularly walk the park with a trash bag in hand, picking up litter just because it’s the right thing to do — and the people who still volunteer at the nearby school, even though their kids are already grown. If you know an unsung hero in our neighborhood, send us an email telling us who fits the bill, and why.


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