Authors Posts by Tori Knox
The 2016 census of the homeless population showed that 25 percent of the homeless population living in Tarrant and Parker Counties have a mental illness.
On Oct. 9 Arborlawn United Methodist Church will kick off their 11 month concert series.
The Beth-El Congregation welcomed a new rabbi recently.
Fourteen students received a Master of Science in Criminal Justice and Criminology from TCU’s online criminal justice master’s program.
The upcoming charter election on May 7 will include Proposition 1, which recommends increasing the term length of council members from two to three years.
On May 7 Fort Worth residents will vote on increasing the salary for city council for the first time since 2006.
People will also be able to vote on a proposition that increases the salary of council members from $25,000 a year to $45,000 a year.
The Fort Worth Water Department is offering seminars to show residents how to conserve water and money while keeping lawns green.
Texas ranks second in the nation for cases of human trafficking, and recent events have brought the epidemic back into the spotlight.
Local stores and organizations are participating in National Pet Adoption Weekend and offering reduced prices for adoptions.