Dear Fort Worth Report friend,

Good morning! 

In your Monday Report, our lede unveils the latest story in our new series, “Where I Live.” With this installment, you can get to know the Meadowbrook neighborhood through the eyes of Connie Bally, who closed on the first house she looked at when she moved to Fort Worth 12 years ago. “It reminded me of my old childhood neighborhood in Houston in that it has ranch-style brick homes built on deep-set lots with mature oak and pine trees. The resemblance is uncanny.”

Also, a wellness program aims to teach nursing students how to cope with workload.

Here are a couple of key stories from our recent coverage you might have missed:

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ON TAP: How will Gov. Abbott’s latest decision on face masks affect Fort Worth ISD? Reporter Jacob Sanchez examines families who deal with immunocompromised issues. We’ll have that story later this week, so make sure you keep coming back for fresh content every day.

As always, thanks for reading, and please let us know what you want in your Report.

Thomas Martinez,
Managing Editor

What we’re reading

Editor’s note: ‘What we’re reading’ is a feature designed to boost knowledge of Fort Worth and Tarrant County residents through collaboration with other area news organizations. Any views or opinions in the stories linked below are not representative of Fort Worth Report.

◾ Former south side kids return to roots, thank community center: ‘This is our home.
◾ Red-hot Texas housing market has home inspection business booming.
◾ One out of 3 Texans are now fully vaccinated as the state reports over 50,000 COVID-19 deaths.

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