TEXRail has announced lane closures on Brumlow Avenue starting the week of June 11, 2018 in preparation for the installation of the rail crossing, utility and paving improvements near the intersection of SH 26.
The N. White Chapel widening project, between Highland and SH 114, is well underway and moving along schedule. Motorists can expect to see more orange barrels when construction picks up at the end of the school year.
Continental Boulevard from Davis Boulevard to just east of Byron Nelson Parkway will be resurfaced this summer.
Few animals on Earth evoke the aggravation that mosquitoes do. Their itchy, irritating bites and bothersome presence can ruin a backyard barbecue or a hike in the woods. They have an uncanny ability to sense our intent, taking flight
Another major milestone at Bicentennial Park was achieved in May with the completion of the newly-renovated and expanded Southlake Tennis Center.
Work has started on the installation of a fiber optic cable along N. Carroll Avenue from SH 114 to Main Street.
With the inevitable blazing summer heat comes pool parties, get togethers, and family vacations. One benefit of living in a community like Southlake, is our House Watch program.
Continental Blvd. is about to drive a lot smoother. Motorists can expect slower traffic and some delays on E. & W. Continental Blvd., between Davis Blvd. and Byron Nelson Parkway, as resurfacing construction is set to start on Monday.
With the calendar year more than halfway through, the Southlake Police Department continues to monitor all proofs required by CALEA (Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies) to maintain our Gold Standard Accreditation.
Anyone raised in the south understands that there are certain unwritten rules, and failure to adhere to these basic societal principles just isn’t acceptable. For example, one must always be hospitable and polite, kind and helpful.
The City of Southlake working with Carroll ISD and law enforcement professionals is looking at new ways to strengthen enhance school safety in all Carroll ISD schools.
Made for everyone, the 19th annual Stars and Stripes Southlake is back with family-fun patriotic festivities on Tuesday, July 3, from 6:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.
Drivers can expect a lane switch on FM 1938, north of Beam Drive starting next week, June 11.
Would you like to know about the new businesses in town? If so, you are going to want to subscribe to the Economic Development New Biz List.
Hopdoddy Burger Bar, the creative, from-scratch burger and beer joint with a friendly vibe and lively atmosphere, will open in Southlake Town Square on Monday, June 11.
Southlake Library is recruiting secret agents this summer through Southlake Spies, a summer reading program where recruits go on intelligence gathering missions to become a Master Spy.
Construction work along FM 1938 continued to make progress in the month of April.
There was electricity in the air last Saturday morning as a crowd, along with nearly 50 Tesla electric vehicles, gathered in the parking lot at Prospect Street and Carroll Avenue in Southlake Town Square.
Champions Club, the second and final phase of development for The Marq, is now more than 50 percent complete.
Yesterday evening on May 17, City leaders, Carroll Independent School District trustees, local business leaders and parents gathered to recognize this past year’s youth leadership graduates at the 3rd Annual S.K.I.L. Awards Reception.
Dallas Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport will begin a major infrastructure project to rebuild one of its busiest runways.
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