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Wednesday, January 27, 2021

Paschal wraps up winless season

The winless Paschal Panthers recorded their 10th loss and closed out their season with a 48-10 defeat at the hands of the District-leading Arlington Martin Warriors (9-1) on a chilly Thursday night at Fort Worth’s Handley Field.

The Warri

Partnership between JPS, UNTHSC pushes forward

A unified physician group between the entities now has a projected budget.

At two 109 polling places, rain didn't deter residents

Despite a seemingly never-ending downpour, both McLean 6th Grade School and St. Stephen Presbyterian Church had constant flows voters doing their civic duty.

Both polling places had about 450 voters come in and fill out their ballots before 3:3

Planned community center will serve the 109

If land acquisition and building go as planned, Fort Worth residents could see a new community center built by 2014, near the 109 at the corner of West Biddison Street and Hemphill Street.

The proposed center would be one of the closest communi

Updated: New hotel to be built on West Magnolia Avenue

The newly approved boutique hotel will help make the Magnolia area a tourist destination.

UCC’s advent events have begun

University Christian Church began hosting their advent events on Nov. 27. Events will be held until Jan. 8.

Water proposition among those on statewide ballot

A request to take $2 billion out of the Texas Rainy Day Fund to offset some of the cost of water conservation and development is among the statewide questions on the Nov. 5 ballot.

Proposition 6, which has majority support among Texans, accor

Bluebonnet Circle workout studio owner stresses importance of community

Friendship and community are important to a Bluebonnet Circle business owner.

Main St. Arts Festival aligns music with art

Annual arts festival brought 100 musical acts to downtown Fort Worth.
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