The pressure is mounting on the owner of Texas & Pacific Warehouse to redevelop the historic property after years of neglect and false starts.
Fort Worth and several surrounding cities and school districts have run offs June 5. Here’s when and where you can vote early.
Jake Ellzey and Susan Wright are touting their experience providing constituent services.
The future is uncertain for a plan by Texas gubernatorial challenger Don Huffines’ real estate company to clear out more historic trees for new development in east Fort Worth.
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Setting up municipal elections is a more complicated process than county-run elections, according to a local election official.
The Tarrant Regional Water District’s newest board member was shut out of discussions Tuesday about the hiring of a general manager.
Fort Worth ISD will open its board meeting to 50% occupancy Tuesday afternoon, allowing the public to attend in person.
The contenders will face off at noon May 18. Both nonprofit, nonpartisan news organizations will stream the debate live at KERANews.org and FortWorthReport.org and on their Facebook pages.
The May 11 meeting with newest board member Mary Kelleher will likely include a discussion about a a new general manager.
Prom is making its return since the pandemic started. It means masks and holding the event outside for some schools.
The Texas Education Agency estimates students have lost nearly five months of learning, but it is likely that figure is closer to a year — setting them back for life.
Four seats on the Tarrant County College board of trustees are on the May 1 ballot.
Arts & Culture
Local filmmakers create nonprofit fund to provide additional incentives for projects
Ask, and you shall receive an oration on almost any key affair in Fort Worth history. Beginning with the last great Comanche chief Quanah Parker to Amon Carter to more recent developments like the Panther Island project.
Residents like the woods in the John T. White neighborhood. Developers are tearing down the trees.
The temporary measure permitting restaurants to sell booze to-go is all set to codify into permanent law and become a lasting boon to local restaurants after a year full of struggles.
More options exist for healthy groceries in East, Southeast Fort Worth than you might think, survey says
A recent survey suggests dollar stores, which have proliferated in supermarkets’ absence and in low-income areas throughout the country, are not all bad.
Fort Worth: Did you know?
The USS Fort Worth is a Freedom-class littoral combat ship of the United States Navy. She is the first ship to be named after Fort Worth, Texas. Source
In 1963, President John F. Kennedy delivered his last public speech at a Fort Worth Chamber breakfast before leaving for Dallas. Source