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The 109

Stories about news in the 76109 area code

Veteran’s Day Community Service Project teaches students service and sacrifice

First level students at Starpoint School host a Veterans Day service for the whole school including a guest speaker and writing letters to veterans.

Mayfest brings over 200,000 people to Fort Worth with limited parking options

Four days of live music, rides, pet adoptions, festival food and more are coming to Fort Worth, but parking may be an issue.

Colonial crowd’s impact on local businesses varies

For more than 60 years, the Crowne Plaza Invitational golf tournament, better known as the Colonial, has attracted golf fans to Fort Worth, with as many as 150,000 spectators covering the greens each May to see players like Ben Hogan, Tiger Woods and P

Bluebonnet Circle completion still posing problems for residents and shops

Bluebonnet Circle project reached completion in December 2018 adding new sewage and water lines, pedestrian-friendly sidewalks, and convenient parking as part of the Urban Village project, but it is still causing problems for residents and shop owners.

Local Sports Bar Flourishes with TCU Athletics

Buffalo Bros Pizza, Wings & Subs is a self-described “TCU neighborhood hangout” that has been catering to TCU students, faculty and athletics teams for five years. 

A food truck for any sweet tooth

With the growing trend of food trucks, it is hard to miss the Red Jett Sweets truck as it roams around Fort Worth and the 109. The bright colors and plane atop the truck, along with the promise of sugar onboard grab attention.

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Tubers on the Trinity

Riding a wave of success, the Trinity River Vision plans to continue promoting free tubing events during the spring.

Response was so positive to the event this summer that the organization added a third float down the river to accommodate the d

Slideshow: McLean Mad Hatter 5K is successful

On Saturday the McLean Mad Hatter 5K race kicked off at 8 a.m. The race was open to runners of all ages and started at McLean Middle School. The race route took participants through TCU and Westcliff neighborhoods and ended back at McLean Middle Sch

Wendy’s robbed on West Berry Street

Suspect took money and cell phones from customers inside the restaurant.

Minor injuries in parked car accident

A white SUV hit a red jeep parked on Bellaire Drive at around 10 p.m. Tuesday.
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