Today in Dallas Weekly News, North Texas Film Critics Association Nominations were announced, Dallas Announces Participation in the National Memorial to Lives Lost to COVID-19, FBI Vetting Troops Before Inauguration and Joe Biden sworn in as the 46th president.
DALLAS — Mayor Eric Johnson on Thursday approved a plan to set up vaccination registration hubs in underserved areas of the city. The exact locations of the hubs will be determined by the city’s Emergency Management Coordinator, Rocky Vaz, who has analyzed data from the Parkland Center for Clinical Innovation, the Community Health Needs Assessment, and City
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Need to stay updated on coronavirus news in Texas? Our evening roundup will help you stay on top of the day’s latest updates. Sign up here. Gov. Greg Abbott on Tuesday said his health priorities for this year’s legislative session include expanding telemedicine across the state, increasing services for those dealing with mental health issues,
First Nationwide COVID-19 Memorial to Lives Lost is Part of the Inauguration of President-elect Joseph R. Biden, Jr. and Vice President-elect Kamala D. Harris Dallas — City Manager T.C. Broadnax announced Tuesday that the City of Dallas will participate in the national Memorial to Lives Lost to COVID-19 by ringing bells at 4:30 CT. The memorial
Special to The Dallas Examiner The roots of racism run deep, cultivated through hundreds of years of history. For those in a position of privilege, systemic racism is often difficult to recognize or understand. How can concerned citizens address those issues so that healing can begin? One avenue according to experts is conversation:
Despite COVID-19, Houston marches on—virtually.
The uncertainty and developing nature of the coronavirus pandemic continues to generate related misinformation. Fact-checkers have been hard at work debunking falsehoods online, with nearly 10,000 fact checks about the pandemic currently showing up across our products. The global rollout of COVID-19 vaccines is exacerbating a perennial problem of misinformation about immunization. To support additional
COVID-19 has been hard on everyone, but for first responders, it takes an even deeper toll.
PROCESS BEGINS EARLIER TO ACCELERATE GRANTS DURING PANDEMIC The AT&T Performing Arts Center today announced the 2021 online application submission period is now open for the Moody Fund for the Arts (MFA) and will remain open until noon on Friday, January 29, 2021. MFA provides grants to small Dallas-based arts organizations (budgets under $1M) supported