A “hearbreaking loss” is a sports cliché, but to the Paschal Panthers, it probably seemed like the most appropriate way to describe their overtime loss to Sam Houston in Arlington Friday.
The still-winless Panthers ended regu
Lezlie Culver continally cruises the streets of Fort Worth in Sophie, her yellow plaid Smart car.
Culver, who lives in the109, resident, purchased her Smart car almost three years ago. She says she initially wanted it because it got such great
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Adding to the list of recognitions and awards, Lily B. Clayton Elemen
Fort Worth’s rooster ordinance is still ruffling feathers.
About 35 people turned out last Thursday night for an open forum on the rooster ordinance. Fort Worth allows residents to own two roosters, which don’t have to be registered
Stop in for a lunchtime musical break or check out the night music scene in the 109 this weekend.
Grab a sandwich and listen to some tunes by TCU alum, Andrew Sullivan from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 28 at Potbelly Sandwich Shop on
Gibson Duwe will be back under center for Paschal as the Panthers face the Weatherford Kangaroos on Friday.
109ers from the Tanglewood and Overton Park Neighborhood Associations partnered to cheer on runners at The Cowtown races this morning.The cheer station was located along the Marathon and Ultra Marathon course on Overton Pa
Arborlawn United Methodist Church boasts a renovated 46,000-square-foot facility.
The church has spent more than three years working out every detail that has gone into the final design.
The design mixes the traditional with today&rsquo