Fort Worth City Council voted to approve the fiscal year 2023 general fund budget Tuesday, capping off a months-long process to fund the future of Fort Worth. The approved budget…
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From the Tarrant Area Food Bank to the Lighthouse for the Blind of Fort Worth mural dedication, our photojournalists at the Fort Worth Report capture the diversity of events through images of the week. If you have events or photo…
The Tarrant Area Food Bank, founded in 1982 by Pat Mohler, is celebrating 40 years of service in 2022. “We have humble beginnings and we are now 120 full-time employees with a $150 million budget. We have about 20,000 volunteers…
‘Art is for everyone’: Lighthouse for the Blind completes tactile mural for visually impaired residents
Summer 2022 was the second hottest May on record in Texas dating back to 1895. Still, artist Kristen Soble spent hours in the heat painting the Lighthouse For the Blind of Fort Worth’s tactile mural for the visually impaired —…
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