White Rock Lake’s Lady of the Lake legend made the list of top five most haunted places in North Texas in a study conducted by Bonusfinder and Ghostquest.

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Richardson ISD opened a Credit Union of Texas branch completely operated by students to help provide real-world experiences.

Vector Brewing won two Crushie awards at the 2023 Craft Beer Marketing Awards.

Hundreds of volunteers spent Sept. 11  by packing meals for the North Texas Food Bank.

Lake Highlands Presbyterian Church held a five day celebration of local art.

At least four North Lake Highlands homeowners protested a $386 fine for “prohibited watering” after citations were taped to their front doors in July.

Cookin, a food-delivery platform that allows customers to order food from home cooks and chefs, launched in Dallas.

Matthew Jenkins, a 2000 graduate of Lake Highlands High School, was part of the team that successfully brought back the OSIRIS-REx, a spacecraft that was launched into space seven years ago by NASA.

JJ’s Cafe was featured on America’s Best Restaurants, a TV show that features restaurants around the country.

Highlands Christian School, which utilizes the Carden curriculum brought to Lake Highlands in 1966 by late founder of the Highlander School Betty Woodring, opened.

The Walnut Hill & Skillman CVS Pharmacy was tagged to promote Peacoat Remix, a Soundcloud-track by Seth Britton.

The Lake Highlands Junior Women’s League revealed a We-Go-Swing, a non-transfer wheelchair swing and the first of its kind in Dallas Oct. 21.

The Junior League of Dallas and Texas Instruments awarded 38 Dallas ISD educators with $78,684 worth of grants.

Refugee Services of Texas permanently closed its Dallas office as well as all other offices due to a budget crisis.

Lake Highlands’ own Rhett Miller, Old 97’s frontman, made his first-in-a-long-while appearance in town with a couple friends at Oak Cliff’s Texas Theatre.


Ten years ago, Elizabeth Pierce, a Lake Highlands resident and serial rape survivor, and her friends created White Rock Que, a fundraiser for the Dallas Area Rape Crisis Center.

TikTok & YouTube personality Ryan Rigged tested unconventional forms of bait (like corn & Jello) at White Rock Lake.

Texas Instruments continued its expansion abroad.

City Council approved a zoning change for the “Hotel from Hell.”

After an OSHA investigation, a church was required to pay $31k to a wrongfully terminated employee.

Dallas police officer Geoffrey Pettya from the Northeast Patrol Division, was arrested for a DWI while off duty.

The legend of Elizabeth, a spirit believed to haunt LHHS after tragically passing away in the school’s auditorium in the 1970s, put Lake Highlands High School on the list of The Most Haunted Places in Texas.

A mountain bike trail that was developed by The Loop Dallas, Dallas Park and Recreation Department and DORBA opened.