All hail Texas weather

Fort Worth experienced intense weather early this morning, including golf ball-sized hail, fog, and severe thunderstorms.

Fort Worth women’s march attendees emphasize the need to vote

First-time protesters, volunteers, Fort Worth residents and TCU students marched to support equal rights and to encourage voting in the upcoming midterm elections.

How Drew Medford left his mark on Paschal Baseball

Members of the Paschal baseball team remember Drew Medford at a tournament dedicated to him.

FWISD helping students get more out of high school

Beginning next fall, high school students in the 109 will be able to get more than just a diploma in four years.

FWISD will unveil the Gold Seal Programs of Choice next fall to better prepare students for life after high school.

Every h

Music in the 109 this week, Nov. 27-Dec. 3

To all of you “No Shave November” participants: get your razors ready, because December is just about here! Right on time for the chilly weather, artists from across the country have traveled to the 109 this week.

DFW Canines for Veterans helps veterans cope with PTSD

DFW Canines for Veterans trains veterans and their dogs.

Slideshow: First Congregational United Church of Christ members partcicipate in community...

The congregation of First Congregational United Church of Christ practice "Being the Church" during Fifth Sunday by spending time doing service for others.  The project has grown over the past year from a small, inward focus to an out

UCC to present John Rutter’s ‘Requiem’

Nov. 1 marks All Saints day, a day to honor the deceased members of a church’s congregation. UCC will celebrate this day on Sunday Nov. 3.

Along with “Requiem,” performed by the UCC choir and orchestra, there will be congreg

Students help elders "Cycle Without Age"

Residents of the Trinity Terrace retirement community enjoying the outdoors thanks to TCU student volunteers and Cycling Without Age.

Father’s cancer diagnosis spurs creation of jewelry business

Jewelry By Blitz began when the designer’s father was diagnosed with a rare form of blood cancer.

 
Blitz Hoppe, the designer, lives in the 109 and attends Texas Christian University. Hoppe is a senior Spanish major who plan

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