‘The most frustrating time in all my years of being in real estate;’ panelists discuss housing affordability at ‘Candid Conversations’ event
For every $1,000 increase in the price of a home, 2,800 households in the Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington area are priced out of the market. With housing affordability on track to be…
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Photo gallery: Medical camp for Hispanic children ‘plants seed’ to break generational trauma, barriers
The Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine hosted its first Latinos en Medicina summer camp for children ages 10-13 until June 24. The three-day summer camp exposed the children to multiple facets of the medical industry, from viewing cells under a…
Northside resident Gerald De La Paz, 62, grew up down the street from Marine Park. He was there when Marine Skate Park opened in 2013. “We almost always have a bunch of kids here almost every night,” De La Paz…
Fort Worth resident David Nava, 14, had never played tennis before he joined the McLeland Tennis Center’s Junior Summer Camp. He wants to join his high school tennis team this year, whether he ends up at Paschal High School or…
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