Zumba classes held at the Southwest Regional Library

It may be surprising to see a Zumba class taking place in a library, but those who attend the classes said they love the atmosphere.

Lacrosse a growing sport in Fort Worth


The details of Jacob Moreno’s first lacrosse game are lost somewhere in his memory. He doesn’t remember the score, his missed passes, his fumbled stick skills or his amateur catching and throwing.

But he remembers

Fort Worth Botanic Garden holds grand opening for butterfly exhibit

The garden's held Grand Opening of Butterflies in the Garden: The Mayan Experience on Saturday where they recognized sponsors and community members.

Severe thunderstorms roll through Fort Worth, cause flooding

Heavy rain fall and flooding have caused a number of road closures in the Fort Worth area.

Local business offers customers their own ‘personal delivery assistant’

New business, Favor, delivers food and other items to customers within the Fort Worth area.

Transcending the transient: How an interim rabbi is healing a congregation

Rabbi Gary Perras said the Ahavath Sholom Congregation needed not only a rabbi, but also a healer. And that’s where the 68-year-old interim Jacksonville, Fla., transplant came in.

The catch is that Perras’ time with Ahavath Sholom i

Duo of Independence Day parades planned for 109

Four neighborhood associations—Tanglewood, Overton Park, Overton West and Westcliff West—will offer two unique Fourth of July parades on Friday.

Westcliff West's parade has been a tradition for more than 17 years, Marc Me

Texas Boys Choir Inc. will open public dance program this fall

Texas Dance Conservatory will serve students in the North Texas community.

New fire and police training center opens in Fort Worth

Fort Worth dedicates new public safety facility after its longest-serving mayor, Bob Bolen.

900 residents in Butler Place set to be relocated across Fort...

More than 412 families in the 77-year-old neighborhood will leave their homes by 2019.
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