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The 109

Stories about news in the 76109 area code

Birds, Not Bling for Valentine’s Day

What is a better way to celebrate the most romantic day of the year than a dinner with your other half and several friends dressed in their best black and white?

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Members of St. Andrew Catholic Church recognize Ash Wednesday

Services included songs and scripture to remind the community of the importance and goals of Lent.

Paschal High School’s football program, Cousin’s BBQ team up for fundraiser

Paschal’s football team held a fundraiser this past Saturday at Cousins BBQ.

The team and parents were in good spirits as all four Panther teams won their games Friday night.

“Every week Cousins BBQ plays a role in feedi

New website commemorating Fort Worth Latinos launches on César Chavez day.

"Fort Worth Latino" celebrates the history of Fort Worth Latinos through a partnership between the City of Fort Worth Human Relations Commission and TCU faculty and students.

Neighbors celebrate the 33rd year of National Night Out

Fort Worth residents connected with local police at the 33rd annual National Night Out event on Tuesday.

The Gideon’s International hands out New Testaments in Fort Worth

The Gideon's International hits TCU as they continue their "bible blitz" campaign across the Tarrant County area.

Task force tightens regulations for Stockyard overlay design

The future of the Stockyards was discussed by a task force, employees, and visitors Thursday afternoon.

Saint Andrew students bring Grandparents and Grand Friends to school

Over five hundred grandparents and grand friends bundled up in thick coats, knit hats, and colorful scarves and made their way through the biting air and into the school.

They all came to celebrate 

Culinary arts find a place on Main St.

Food vendors provided festival attendees with a plethora of culinary options.

“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

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