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Thursday, March 4, 2021

COVID-19 sparks decline in business at Fort Worth restaurants and bars

COVID-19 has hurt the local food and beverage locations around the TCU campus.

DFW students protest for climate action

Protesters in Fort Worth gathered Saturday to make their opinions on climate change heard and to promote legislative action.

Paschal-area residents opposed to new apartments

Residents near Paschal are trying to prevent a developer from building apartments in their neighborhood.

The Grand Berry Theater hopes to become a staple of Fort Worth cinema

The Grand Berry Theater utilizes independent cinema to serve as both a major voice in the Fort Worth community and a safe place for people to engage in civil discourse.

Local students inducted into Sister City Program

The Fort Worth City Council admitted over 80 students into a local Sister City Program.

Early voting begins Tuesday in Texas

The voting site at the Brown-Lupton University Union will be open for all 12 days of the early voting period.

Building sustainability together

China's "National Sword" policy, enacted in 2018, has changed the nature of residential recycling programs.

New traffic light on Berry Street hopes to increase pedestrian protection

A new traffic light has been placed on Berry Street to increase pedestrian safety and allow access to Lot 9.

Dickies Arena to open doors this week

Dickies Arena opens Saturday

Fort Worth plans to increase civic, community engagement budget

Mayor Betsy Price has increased monies allocated toward community and public engagement 4%, totaling around $4.3 million.
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