Pardi Gras: that old time rock and roll

For four decades – featuring music from the ‘70s, ‘80s, and ‘90s to today – Robert Broyles, a resident of the 109, has taken the stage and entertained the Fort Worth community.

For the past nine years Broyles, alon

What’s on the ballot: Texas Supreme Court Justices

The Texas Supreme Court is the highest court in the state. Who will you vote to be on it?

FWISD helping students get more out of high school

Beginning next fall, high school students in the 109 will be able to get more than just a diploma in four years.

FWISD will unveil the Gold Seal Programs of Choice next fall to better prepare students for life after high school.

Every h

Fort Worth Library introduces new Internet filter system at all branches

During the nearly 15- year period since the Fort Worth Library came online in the mid-‘90s, patrons have experienced unfiltered access to the Internet at all of the system’s locations. Now for the first time ever, library officials say the

High school hoops: FWCD falls, Paschal and Arlington Heights win nail-biters

The nail-biting start to the Southwest Prep Conference can be followed through our High School Hoop series.

Police chief finalists to be announced today

Six finalists for new Fort Worth Police Chief will be announced later today.

Slideshow: Canterbury Cathedral Choir performance

The Canterbury Cathedral Choir of Men and Boys of Canterbury, England performed at University Christian Church Thursday. UCC and Trinity Episcopal Church partnered to co-host the conce

TCU has plans for parking lots along Merida and Princeton

In response to a growing campus and student body, TCU plans to expand parking in the next month. New parking lots are to be developed on 2900 Merida Ave. block and 2800 Princeton St. block.

Water restrictions changing 109 landscapes

Fort Worth’s drought conditions have led to some noticeable changes in the look of landscaping in the 109.

“Individuals are much more concerned finding plants for their landscaping that are drought- resistant than they were 10 yea

Berry Street Initiative moves forward with road work

Construction scheduled to begin in the next two to three weeks at the intersection of Berry Street and Waits Avenue may disrupt traffic and parking in the area, a Fort Worth senior planner said.

Arty Wheaton-Rodriguez said his main concerns wit

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