Major Traffic Switch Coming with N. White Chapel Widening Project

Thanks to heavy spring rain, the timeline for the N. White Chapel widening project may have shifted, but progress has remained steady. The next major milestone for this project is to shift the Highland road closure to the west side of the intersection. Crews are anticipating closing W. Highland at N. White Chapel, weather permitting, […]

City Receives Three TAMIO Awards For Communication Excellence

The City of Southlake took home three awards from the Texas Association of Municipal Information Officers (TAMIO) for government communication excellence. The Mayor’s Alliance for Unity and Culture video was announced as the winner in the Public Service Announcement Marketing video. The City worked with Mayor Laura Hill to create the video after two racially […]

West Seventh Street right of way improvements discussion scheduled for June 24

The discussion continues with residents on the right of way improvements planned for West Seventh Street. Make plans to attend the upcoming community meeting to discuss the project. The meeting is scheduled for 6:30 p.m., Monday, June 24 at the University of North Texas Health Science Center’s Carl E. Everett Education & Administration Building Room […]

Dragon Baseball Are Champions For Second Straight Year

After clinching a trip to the UIL State Tournament by knocking off Flower Mound in the regional final round of the playoff, the Dragons were set to return to a familiar ballpark to get a shot to defend their 2018 state championship. For the third year in a row, the Dragons would be playing games […]

Fresh Flavors Have Arrived Just in Time for Summer in Southlake

The summer sizzle has started and Southlake is the spot to fuel up on fresh and exciting flavors. Already home to several uniquely delicious restaurants, Southlake recently added a few more tasty options to satisfy appetites for healthy or exotic dishes. If the hot weather has you hungry for cool options, check out Coolgreens. The […]