Tooti’s top weekend entertainment picks

The 109’s top pick for entertainment this weekend is the Sundance Square Holiday Concert with Johnny Holliday and Friends.

The band will play 16 to 18 songs starting at 6 p.m. Dec. 5 on the Sundance Square stage, jazz a

Arborlawn UMC lights up new tower signaling new era

Several hundred people gathered outside Arborlawn United Methodist Church last night to see the lighting of the newly renovated chapel.

Competition and Congregations: Rivalry in the Fort Worth Jewish Community

When it comes to religion, and Judaism in particular, the bottom line is brand loyalty, said Rabbi Ralph Mecklenburger of the Beth-El Synagogue.

The 109’s two Jewish congregations, the Ahavath Sholom and Beth-El synagogues are .14 miles a

Gas price drop could present problems for US oil producers

Zahid Mehmood, a clerk at the 7-Eleven store on the corner of West Berry and University Drive in the 109, said that in the 12 years he has worked there, he has not seen gas prices drop so much.

“The drop in gas prices is very beneficial

Looking for a place to vote on Election Day?

Election day is Tuesday, and it'll be your last chance to make your voice heard in the choosing the next presidential candidate.

New 109 apartments to allow pets

The Vue apartment complex, set to open this fall in the109, will house college students and with an added fee—pets.

“There are a limited amount of communities geared entir

Suspicious man found lurking in closet of college residence hall at...

A female TCU student discovered a man hiding in her closet at a campus residence hall Friday night according to a crime alert sent out by TCU police.

It all happened around 7:45 p.m. Nov. 7, according to the email alert sent by Detective Vick

17th imported case of Zika in Tarrant County; no local transmission

Tarrant County residents are being advised to protect themselves from the Zika virus.

Trinity Shakespeare Festival begins with sold out preview performances

The Trinity Shakespeare Festival begins June 10 with a pay-what-you-can-preview production of William Shakespeare’s The Tempest.

The festival, which features alternative showing

Voters at Country Day cast ballots for various reasons

Caleb Chappell, a TCU freshman, said he was at the election not only to vote for Konni Burton in the District 10 state senate race, but also to encourage others to vote for her.

Chappell was one of the

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