4436 Brookview, AKA Jordan Spieth's 'starter home.' Photo via realtor.com

4436 Brookview, AKA Jordan Spieth’s ‘starter home.’ Photo via realtor.com

Councilwoman Jennifer Staubach Gates arranged for a politeness consultant, if you will, to give her peers a refresher course. Check out this Dallas Observer piece to see what our city’s leaders learned about the Golden Rule.

Jordan Spieth is selling the first home he bought in our neighborhood for a cool $2.795 million, reports The Dallas Morning News. He’s moved on to Hunter Mahan’s former pad on Bridge Hollow Court.

A District 2 candidate for the Dallas County Community College District (DCCD) Board of Trustees has stepped forward. His name is Richard Morgan and he told the Carrollton Leader: “With more than 72,000 students, the success of DCCCD is vital to our North Texas economy.” Click here to learn more.