Tenants in two downtown Arlington apartment complexes face an August deadline to move out so developers can plan an apartment and retail project in their places. After years of paying substantially lower rates to a private landlord – and what residents say was little forewarning – some aren’t sure where they’ll go.
In the latest installment of our occasional conversations with Fort Worth newsmakers, Estrus Tucker, chair of the Fort Worth Art Commission discusses what the commission does and how residents can get…
At the Spay Neuter Network’s clinic June 30, the waiting room included a very nervous German shepherd puppy named Mikah, sitting patiently on a chair while his owner, Lisa Garcia, filled…
Tarrant County residents’ frustrations with property tax appraisals boiled to the surface June 30 when so many people showed up that officials locked the doors to a public meeting. A special…
With over $400 million in hand, the next phase of the Central City Flood Project is underway. But as the project ramps up, the Trinity River Vision Authority board is planning…
Long Pham, a claims supervisor and U.S. Army veteran, promised to work for and respond to Arlington residents after being sworn in as an at-large council member.
- Two years after nonprofit takeover, Fort Worth Botanic Garden boasts higher visitor numbers and less city funding
- Tarrant County College’s new approach to degrees could get students from class to careers quicker
- Part 2: 1 out of 5 Irving ISD students graduate with industry credentials. The district could be a peek into Fort Worth ISD’s future.
- ‘We’re stoked’: Dickies Skate Plaza construction gets rolling
- ‘I see the opportunity that they’re reaching for’: Summer program builds students up at Fort Worth Country Day
- Breakthrough Fort Worth gives students a chance to get ahead over the summer.
- Legendary Four Sixes Ranch sold to ‘Yellowstone’ producer Taylor Sheridan
- 'I want it to evoke a sense of wonder': artist Crystal Wagner creates new installation at Fort Works Art (w/video)
- TCC bonds go to class as students examine school’s 2019 program