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"My Name is Asher Lev" opens at Circle Theater

“My Name is Asher Lev” opened this weekend at the Circle Theater in downtown Fort Worth.

The play tells the story of Asher Lev, a young Jewish painter who is torn between his piety and his passion for art. The production is based

“My Name is Asher Lev” opens at Circle Theater

“My Name is Asher Lev” opened this weekend at the Circle Theater in downtown Fort Worth.

The play tells the story of Asher Lev, a young Jewish painter who is torn between his piety and his passion for art. The production is based

Stage two of city drought plan seems near

Fort Worth is headed for stage two of its Drought Contingency Plan.

If spring rain doesn't boost Tarrant County reservoir levels, stage two water restrictions may be enforced, according to the Tarrant Regional Water District.

Fort Worth city manager expects city to break even after growth...

Rising sales tax revenue in Fort Worth could mean the city won’t have to dip into reserve funds next fiscal year.

Fort Worth City Manager David Cooke said Tuesday the city’s sales tax revenue for fiscal year 2015 is exceeding budg

Panthers halt losing streak with blowout over Weatherford

It almost seemed like Tyrik Price couldn’t miss a shot, no matter where he was on the floor.

From tip-ins to midrange jumpers to three-pointers, Price had everything working Friday night. The junior shooting guard had 18 points, includi

Lady Panthers fall to the Weatherford Kangaroos 62-44

Despite falling to the lady Kangaroos Friday night in Weatherford, lady Panthers’ coach Roshawnda Lassiter is optimistic about the Panthers’ performance.

“They had great basketball I.Q. tonight,” Lassiter said. “

City Council adopts Parks, Recreation and Open Space Master Plan

The Fort Worth City Council unanimously approved a resolution to adopt the 2015 Park, Recreation and Open Space Master Plan for Fort Worth at Tuesday night’s meeting.

Kyle Jensen, chair of the Fort Worth Parks Committee, detailed some o

Paschal High School holds first scheduling expo

Parents and students filled the hallways of R. L. Paschal High School Thursday as students inquired about classes for next year. 

A scheduling expo was held to "educate [the] community about making positive choices" about the c

Construction to block Sandage Avenue for months

Part of Sandage Avenue will be closed for two months while the water department upgrades sewer lines.

The construction will block Sandage Avenue from Bowie Street to Devitt Street. DeAnn Jones, Coordinator of Parking and Transportation Servic

The Fresh Market coming to Fort Worth this summer

Fort Worth foodies will have a new place to shop this summer.

The Fresh Market includes wide open space, rustic de

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