Jim Lane, who served 28 years in public office, died Sunday at 78. His death creates an open seat on the Tarrant Regional Water District Board. His legacy will include…
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From the Parade of Lights to a United Way of Tarrant County’s centennial celebration, our photojournalists at the Fort Worth Report capture the diversity of events through images of the week. If you have events or photo opportunities, contact community…
‘You’re either swimming or you can’t breathe’: Texas Wesleyan and Adapt-Able Foundation announce partnership within scuba program
Texas Wesleyan University and nonprofit Adapt-Able Foundation announced their partnership with the university’s scuba program Nov. 18 at the Sid Richardson Center, 1175 Collard St. “Once you’re in the water and you’re weightless, it takes away a lot of mobility…
Downtown Fort Worth shined on Sunday night with two holiday festivities — the 76th Annual Fort Worth Community Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony and the Parade of Lights. Photojournalist Cristian ArguetaSoto brings you the best photos of the night.
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