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The MLK library branch remains closed, but neighbors can view its South Dallas history exhibit online
The plan was to host a physical exhibit at the MLK library from April through June, but the COVID-19 pandemic changed their plans and made things more uncertain.
A $7 million facelift will transform South Dallas’ MLK school into an arts academy
This fall, the school opens as a Dallas ISD “transformation” school focused on performing and fine arts.
Amid a pandemic, Restorative Farms plants seedlings for South Dallas growth
More than 300 of Restorative Farms’ GroBoxes are now producing basil, okra, peppers and more in backyards, front yards and patios across Dallas, including more than 50 in South Dallas.
West Dallas neighbors block Megatel’s plans for hundreds of townhomes, apartments
Neighbors living in Soho Square, told the City of Dallas Plan Commission that problems would only worsen if Megatel's zoning application was approved.
MLK Community Center’s Juneteenth celebration different but ‘impactful’
Normally, center turns into a festival on Juneteenth, with vendors and music in the parking lot, but with COVID-19 numbers still breaking record highs in Dallas County, this year’s event was done differently.
Future West Dallas STEM school finds its first leader
Marion Jackson was named principal this month, more than a year before the school is expected to open.