Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins just announced that Dallas County will adjust into shelter-in-place (“SIP”) starting Monday, March 23, at 11:59 p.m. The order basically bans people from leaving their residences for anything but an "essential" activity. What does that mean? The word “essential” is the word that determines your world. What you may consider important to … [Read more...] about JUST IN: Dallas County Launches Shelter-In-Place Status Starting Monday At 11:59 P.M.
As more cases of the COVID-19 coronavirus showed up locally, Dallas County late Thursday declared a state of emergency and put the kibosh on big public gatherings in the county starting Friday. As of 11 a.m. Friday, the county is nixing all public gatherings of 500 or more people for seven days. It's also "discouraging" gatherings of 250 people or more. Dallas County … [Read more...] about JUST IN: Fearing COVID-19, Dallas County Bans Gatherings Of 500 People Or More Starting Friday
While some may be powering down for summer hibernation, nonprofits are gearing up for a repeat performance of the North Texas history-making fundraiser — North Texas Giving Day. Once again the folks over at Communities Foundation of Texas are orchestrating the wallet-opening program that will take place on Thursday, September 20. Ah, remember back in 2011 when North … [Read more...] about Better Hustle To Sign Up For A 2018 North Texas Giving Day Kick-Off Session