When the COVID-19 pandemic caused cancellations of in-person events, Carlo Capua was getting phone call after phone call hurting his catering business — until he decided enough was enough. He […]
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Fort Worth: Did you know?
In 1917 oil was discovered in the small towns of Ranger and Burkburnett, Texas. Fort Worth, strategically located between the two areas, experienced an oil boom, too, for the throngs of operators, promoters and speculators. Source
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
Starting in 1856, regular stagecoach service passed through Tarrant County, carrying mail and passengers from the east on to the frontier forts and the West Coast. By the 1870’s, mail stagecoaches arrived and departed from downtown Fort Worth six days a week. Source