Cleaning gutters is a good way to prepare for potential icy weather and also a good overall spring cleaning task.
The 27th annual Great Backyard Bird Count, organized by the National Audubon Society, Cornell Lab of Ornithology and Birds Canada, takes place today (Friday, Feb. 16) through Monday, Feb. 19.
The Dallas County Master Gardener Association, part of Texas A&M AgriLife Extension, has released its February Gardening Task List, with more than a dozen To-Dos this month.
Several Texas State Parks are hosting free fishing events especially for kids this month, including two upcoming events about an hour’s drive from Richardson, at Cedar Hill State Park and Lake Tawakoni State Park.
Public Services staff will be at LA Fitness, 1451 E. Belt Line Rd., on select Monday and Wednesday afternoons this month from 2:30-3:30 p.m.
With our up-and-down weather of late, some of your landscape plants may look dead but may not be. Many cold hardy plants go dormant or die down to the ground in winter and then return the following spring.
The free passports include a map showing all Richardson parks and recreation facilities, fun in-book activities, and challenges to do at any park.
Consider picking up trash and recyclables in one of Richardson’s many parks or green spaces as part of the Health Department’s Community & Corporate Environmental Cleanup Program.
If you still have a natural Christmas tree hanging around that needs to be turned into mulch and...
With below-freezing temperatures expected to take a pause at the end of the weekend, pipes with frozen water inside that have expanded this past week might crack or burst when temperatures rise and the water gets flowing again.