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Monday, September 28, 2020

Panthers beat Sam Houston behind strong second half from Thomas

Dylan Thomas wasn’t playing like himself early Friday night, but he elevated his play when it mattered most.

Paschal Band March-a-thon is successful

On Saturday morning, the R.L. Paschal High School Marching Band was ready to go, donned in Paschal purple and white. Band members came prepared for the marathon event, mostly wearing athletic gear and running shoes. The parent volunteers, meanwhile, we

New bus route eases commute to Denton

A new bus route makes it easier for Fort Worth residents to get to Denton.

Fort Worth, TCU say goodbye to Jim Wright

Hundreds of mourners, including current and former U.S. representatives, honor the life of the long-time Fort Worth congressman.

PantherFest to host a 2,000 foot slip-and-slide in downtown Fort Worth

In honor of Fort Worth's 166th birthday, PantherFest will host local musicians and restaurants, along with a 2,000 foot long slip-n-slide in downtown Fort Worth.

Fort Worth Music Festival

Fortress Festival is coming to Fort Worth April 27 and 28.

Pick up rain barrels this Saturday

The City of Fort Worth ended their online sale of rain barrels on Oct. 27, and residents who ordered one can pick them up Saturday.

The event will be held Nov. 2 from 9-11 a.m. at the Hazel Harvey Peace Center for Neighborhoods

Cafe Bella brings international flavor to the 109

In the mood for some Italian food but don’t feel like making the trek overseas? Let Eli Golemi and the staff of Café Bella ease those hunger pangs with their authentic Mediterran

Quarterback Dylan Thomas on road to recovery following MCL injury

Paschal High School's star quarterback and TCU recruit is working his way back from an MCL injury.

Fort Worth Junior League sells programs for charity at Stock Show

The programs are sold for three dollars a piece. One dollar goes back to the Junior League of Fort Worth, which is donated to the charities they support.
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