Rowlett man accused of sending hundreds of hoax white powder letters
A Rowlett man was arrested Monday by federal agents who accused him of sending more than 500 letters containing white powder to government offices, businesses, schools and child-care centers since December 2008, the U.S. attorney's officer announced.
Building U.S. properties portfolio to retire
This is a very popular topic many of my members and clients have been asking about - can we build a sustainable long-term portfolio of U.S. properties to retire? About 10% of my clients are over 65s, and Canadian property price has reached a high point that rental yield is becoming negligible - at same time, the interest rate remains very low in ... (more)
Child Care Providers Association
Texas child care daycare association 972-496-4600 serving, Garland, Richardson, Rowlett, Mesquite, Murphy, Sachse, Wylie, Plano, and all the surrounding areas of Dallas, Texas.
CPR and First Aid Training
Category: CPR and First Aid Training CPR and First Aid Training in Dallas Texas and surrounding areas for lay rescuers and healthcare providers.
Dallas Morning News
In trip home, North Texan tries out life without a car
Ben Schwab of Rowlett wheels a bike borrowed from his mom off a DART train at St. Paul Station in Dallas.
Interim Charges for House Committees
Interim charges are the issues that the Speaker asks committees to study during the time between regular legislative sessions in order to make recommendations for legislation for the following legislative session.
Juice It Up! to expand in DFW's growing juice shop market
A new raw juice bar is expanding in the Dallas-Fort Worth market joining juice companies such as Roots Juices, The Gem, Daily Juice, Nekter Juice Bar and The Juice Bar, all of which have entered the scene in the past two years.
Farm-to-Market Report: Weekend of July 12th-13th
The market will host its Ol' Fashioned Summertime Fun Event from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday.
Dallas Morning News
Atheists to city of Rowlett: Let us give council invocations, too
A Supreme Court decision in May about invocations at City Council meetings left the city of Rowlett claiming victory, but Metroplex Atheists members say they instead are to benefit.