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As a small business ourselves, the Advocate knows that neighborhood small businesses are hurting. We’re helping for the duration of the crisis by building a directory and hosting ads for businesses that need help the most.
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They decided to get married on March 20 at the Oak Cliff courthouse by Justice of the Peace Judge Juan Jasso.
Here’s a date for Thursday, April 16, at 7 p.m.: [...]
UT Health People in southern Dallas are [...]
About 70% of the people receiving aid from the North Texas Food Bank have never needed help with food before.
A Dallas ISD food and nutrition services worker is front-and-center on the cover of Time magazine today.
Dallas County reported its data on race and coronavirus, with an asterisk noting that it is incomplete.
Well, at least we're passing. Human mobility data company Unacast [...]
Families won't be spending Easter weekend in Dallas parks. On [...]
While some temporarily closed retail shops, galleries and salons are boarded up for security, many food-based businesses are hanging on through the economic shutdown.
The Oak Cliff nursing home where at least 30 people contracted COVID-19 has a long list of health-code and safety violations.
The Dallas County Health Department recently began reporting COVID-19 cases by zip code, but the numbers aren't exact.
The Bishop Arts Theatre Center launched "Storytime at Bedtime," a series of YouTube videos wherein members of the theater's board of trustees, former summer camp students and parents read children's books.
The news came Friday that Dallas County was considering [...]
Restaurant tenants at Sylvan Thirty won't have to pay rent for April, May or June.
Marisol Valdez worked for a company that plans corporate travel, and Tuesday was her last day.
A Dallas-based food provider teamed up with nonprofit Brighter Bites to provide boxes of fresh food to 500 families whose kids attend Stevens Park Elementary.
Nurses and medical staff at Methodist Dallas Medical Center turned a conference room into a sewing workshop to make personal protective equipment.
Coronavirus is going to hit hard in the next two-to-three [...]
Nail salon workers are among those out of a [...]
Nova will be closed after to-go dinner service Wednesday.