• Top Stories of 2015 in Westhollow

    Top Stories of 2015 in Westhollow0

    Top Stories of 2015 in Westhollow It’s the end of 2015 and we wanted to review the biggest stories affecting the Westhollow area this year.  Everything from age old issues such as street repair and city council apathy to major drama on a local social network and beyond, it’s been an eventful year! The Westhollow

  • Westhollow Society Undaunted

    Westhollow Society Undaunted1

    The Westhollow Society, a local non-profit whose mission is to improve the Northwest Dallas area through beautification, development, crime prevention and charity, has recently taken a beating in the eye of many local residents of the Westhollow area of Dallas. First of all, the name Westhollow itself was created as a moniker for the area

  • Top 5 Stories in Northwest Dallas in 2013

    Top 5 Stories in Northwest Dallas in 20130

    Power Outages Neighborhoods within the Westhollow area of Dallas including Park Forest, Sparkman Club, Midway Hollow, and many others experienced numerous power outages throughout the year, most specifically and most recently this Fall/Winter Season.Some households went as long as 70 hours without power after freezing temperatures lingered for weeks shortly before and after Christmas.  Shortly

  • Sparkman Club – Dallas, Texas

    Sparkman Club – Dallas, Texas0

    Since 1958, Sparkman Club has offered the residents of Sparkman Club Estates a small town within a big city. Situated on a few square miles in Westhollow in Northwest Dallas, this middle class neighborhood offers a community pool, a well-maintained playground, and a safe place to raise a family. In fact, many of their neighbors grew

  • Royal Hills – Dallas, Texas

    Royal Hills – Dallas, Texas0

    Royal Hills  is a neighborhood located within the Westhollow district of Northwest Dallas.  It has a population of 636 residents with an average age of 48.

  • Glen Meadow Estates – Dallas, TX

    Glen Meadow Estates – Dallas, TX0

    Glen Meadow Estates, located in the north west city core of Dallas, Texas, is a1960s residential community situated South of LBJ (635), North of Forest Lane, East of Midway, and West of Marsh Lane. Glen Meadow Estates is known for its traditional 1960’s homes, Glen Cove swim club, and Glen Cove Park. Schools Public schools for the neighborhood