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    • Spring Cleaning Tips
    • Spring Cleaning Tips

      The spring season is right around the corner, and there's no better time to shake off the winter blanket and turn your home into a bright and spotless oasis. If you're not sure where to start on your spring chore list, or you're just curious if there's an area of your home you're neglecting, be sure to check out this Continue reading...

    • New Developments Point to Economic Recovery
    • New Developments Point to Economic Recovery

      Grapevine, Colleyville, and Southlake are in a good position for economic recovery with new businesses and developments that are expected to add jobs and help boost local revenues in 2021. The tourism of the community, as well as the support for local businesses, bodes well for an economic boost in the new year. For more information on how Grapevine, Colleyville, Continue reading...

    • Grapevine-Colleyville ISD Releases 2021-22 Calendar
    • Grapevine-Colleyville ISD Releases 2021-22 Calendar

      The district has approved the Grapevine-Colleyville ISD 2021-22 school calendar. The school year will begin on August 18th and end on May 26th. For a few highlights of the school year and a more complete look at the Grapevine-Colleyville ISD 2021-22 instructional calendar, click here. Continue reading...

    • Tips for Making Goals and Resolutions in 2021
    • Tips for Making Goals and Resolutions in 2021

      Goals and Resolutions 2021 If you're trying to plan out how to spend your year and have set out to make a list of achievable resolutions, there are some great tips to help you get your priorities in order. Be specific and measurable - include dates and amounts that will keep you focused.Make goals that relate to every area of Continue reading...

    • Online Tutoring Available From Retired Texas Teachers
    • Online Tutoring Available From Retired Texas Teachers

      Online Tutoring Students now have access to a new online tutoring resource designed to help them stay on top of the curriculum. The Texas Retired Teachers Foundation has launched an online tutoring website that will help students adapt to virtual learning environments and give access to reduced-cost tutoring services. For more information on the new online tutoring service, click here.  Continue reading...

    • The Best Christmas Movies to Watch
    • The Best Christmas Movies to Watch

      Christmas Movie Favorites Having a holiday movie marathon is the perfect way to get into the Christmas spirit. Make sure to have these films on your viewing list: A Christmas StoryElfNational Lampoon's Christmas VacationHome AloneThe Santa ClauseA Christmas CarolHow the Grinch Stole ChristmasIt's a Wonderful LifeA Charlie Brown ChristmasThe Polar Express For more holiday films that are perfect to watch Continue reading...

    • 2020 Holiday Gift Guide
    • 2020 Holiday Gift Guide

      2020 Holiday Gift Guide If you're having a hard time choosing the perfect present for everyone on your list, there's a gift guide that will help you come up with ideas on what to put under the Christmas tree this year. Simply choose the occasion, who the gift is for, and what their interests are to get started. Check out Continue reading...

    • How to Celebrate Halloween at Home
    • How to Celebrate Halloween at Home

      Happy Halloween Each holiday has come with its own sets of challenges on how to celebrate and get into the spirit of the season this year. If you're looking for some ways to make Halloween special, try: Having a Halloween candy taste test - You could even set it up like you're all judges from your favorite cooking show and give Continue reading...

    • Signs You May Need a New Air Conditioner
    • Signs You May Need a New Air Conditioner

      HVAC Signs to Watch For. Summers in Texas can be brutal, which is why it's crucial to know the signs that it may be time to replace your A/C. Be on the lookout for these signs: The air conditioner unit is over 15 years old.Repairs for the unit are getting more costly.Your energy bills are getting more costly.Your air conditioner Continue reading...

    • Back-to-School Tips for Parents and Kids

      Back to School Tips. Every parent knows how hard it can be to get kids out of summer mode and back into school mode. Luckily, we've found some great tips to help your family get back into the swing of things. Have your students read at least one book before the summer is over and give you a detailed summary Continue reading...

    • Simple Home Improvement Projects to Tackle
    • Simple Home Improvement Projects to Tackle

      Simple Home Improvement Projects Some home improvement projects can be simple to do, but have great benefits, like increasing your home's resale value! Below are some great ideas on projects you can take on while you're spending time at home. Re-Grout Tile Surfaces - Replacing old tile can be costly and time-consuming, but sometimes regrouting is all it takes to revamp Continue reading...

    • Southlake Cares Challenge
    • Southlake Cares Challenge

      Southlake Cares Challenge In the current times, there's been a big call for community members to lend a helping hand. Local service organizations have a growing need for money, in-kind donations, and volunteers. Over the next six months, the community has been issued a challenge to help as many local organizations as possible. To find out more about the challenge, click Continue reading...

    • Online Swim Programs
    • Online Swim Programs

      Online Swim Programs The Emler Swim School is currently offering online swim courses for children between 6 months and 10 years of age. The program offers instructional videos to teach children how to swim at home as well as weekly video call check-ins. For more information on how the Emler Swim School plans to help children learn to swim this summer, click Continue reading...

    • New Guidelines Released for 2020-21 School Year
    • New Guidelines Released for 2020-21 School Year

      New guidelines for 2020-2021 school year. With classes soon to resume for the 2020-21 school year, many districts have been in talks about what the year will look like. The Texas Education Agency has released guidelines that schools will have to follow, including: On-campus and virtual learning - Schools must offer daily on-campus attendance for students unless a campus is closed. Continue reading...