One night junior theatre production major Taylor Bracey was working in the Marlene and Spencer Hays Theatre with the lighting designer when the lights suddenly went out.
It is just one of the spooky events that have some wondering if the thea
Cars more than 50-years-old decorated in red, white and blue drove through the streets of Westcliff West this morning as neighbors and friends celebrated America’s independence.
More than 100 vehicles participated in the Westcliff West
Rising sales tax revenue in Fort Worth could mean the city won’t have to dip into reserve funds next fiscal year.
Fort Worth City Manager David Cooke said Tuesday the city’s sales tax revenue for fiscal year 2015 is exceeding budg
A Passover (Pesach in Hebrew) seder was celebrated at the Congregation Ahavath Sholom on Tuesday, the second night of the eight-day festival.
The seder, which included a traditional dinner, song and prayer, welcomed 105 g
Arlington Bowie defeated Paschal 63-3 Thursday in the Panthers’ first district game on the road.
The Volunteers are now 2-0 in district play and the Panthers are 0-2. USA Today ranks the Volunteers as No. 14 team in Texas.<
As the end of the school year nears, Alice Carlson‘s principal prepares to say farewell.
Jeannie Robinson has been at Alice Carlson Applied Learning Center for 21 year
Debbie Gerwick, a fourth-grade teacher at Alice Carlson Applied Learning Center in the 109, was