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Downtown events provide fun, entertainment

Despite the cloudy sky and potential for rain, residents braved the weather to experience two events that took place in historic downtown Garland May 9. One event, the Urban Flea Market headed by Emily Low, was new to the Garland community. Low said that she was motivated to put the market together because so many people want more activities ...Full Article

Garland pastor to bicycle to San Antonio

Pastor Kenn Dixon of the Casalita Drive Seventh-day Adventist Church in Garland will bicycle from Dallas to San Antonio to bring awareness to the growing problem of youth and ...Full Article

Taste of Garland raises money for Crime Stoppers

Garland Crime Stoppers hosted its 26th Taste of Garland event Saturday, April 25 at the Curtis Culwell Center. Numerous restaurants’ culinary offerings were showcased and enjoyed by all. The ...Full Article

ACT provides opportunities for special needs individuals

The Achievement Center of Texas, a day care facility for children and young adults with disabilities, provides various services including arts exploration, life skills training, educational assistance and community ...Full Article

Great classic cars turn out for Hope Clinic show

Hope Clinic hosted the Wheels of Hope Car Show Saturday, May 2 in downtown Garland. The show included numerous antique and classic cars of all kinds as well as ...Full Article

Volunteers give time for National Women Build Week

More than 40 volunteers supported National Women Build Week with Garland Area Habitat for Humanity Saturday May 2. The volunteers worked on a Habitat home on Sundown Lane in ...Full Article

GISD administrator celebrates retirement

After 45 years with the Garland Independent School District, Dr. Gary Reeves celebrated his retirement Thursday, April 25 at the Atrium in downtown Garland. Joined by hundreds of well-wishers, ...Full Article

DHV hosts party, raises restoration funds

Dallas Heritage Village came alive Saturday, April 25 with the sound of lively music and the sight of 1920s costumed attendees dancing and enjoying History with a Twist, a ...Full Article

Easter bunny brings fun for special needs individuals

The Easter bunny shared hugs and high fives during his recent stop at the Special Ones Easter Egg Hunt held at Garland’s Carter Softball Complex. The event was a ...Full Article

Hope Clinic hosts ribbon cutting

With a crowd of 135 in attendance, Hope Clinic officially “cut the ribbon” to their new facility in downtown Garland.  After raising over $800,000 in a capital campaign, Hope ...Full Article
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