Soldiers and sailors pose for a photograph outside the entrance to Will Rogers Memorial Coliseum while attending a Memorial Day celebration.
Fort Worth regained its spot as the 16th-largest U.S. city. Charlotte, N.C., had surpassed Fort Worth in the 2013 count, but the two cities again traded positions in 2014.
Downtown Fort Worth has maintained a 95.5 percent average retail occupancy rate and experienced a 50 percent increase in clothing store sales since 2006.
Between 1934 and 1937, young men involved in the Civilian Conservation Corps planned and built trails, picnic areas and stone shelter houses around Lake Worth.
As part of its participation in the National Flood Insurance Program’s Community Rating System, the City of Fort Worth is working with the community and business leaders to create a comprehensive Floodplain Management Plan.
Let your voice be heard for the site of the new Como Community Center and the programs that will be offered at a public input meeting at 6:30 p.m. June 11 at the current Como Community Center, 4900 Horne St.
Discover historic Fort Worth, a unique city with a rich cultural heritage, during Local History Month in June.
For more than 20 years, the City of Fort Worth has held an employee food drive benefiting the Tarrant Area Food Bank and, this year, the city will again encourage participation from neighborhoods June 1 through Aug. 17.
City Council approved the purchase of land for a new eastside library. Approximately 1.6 acres at 3851 E. Lancaster Ave. will be purchased from Meadowbrook United Methodist Church for the development and construction of the new library.
Fort Worth’s net sales tax collections in March totaled $12,699,492, up from March 2014 by $597,943, or 4.9 percent.
Fort Worth will close the boat ramps at Lake Worth tonight because of projections the lake could reach an elevation of 596 feet tomorrow morning. At that elevation, boats wakes could cause flooding in some homes and some boat docks could be under water, creating a navigation hazard.
This photo shows the Flower Carnival Parade in Fort Worth on May 18, 1900.
Most city offices, including City Hall, will be closed Monday, May 25, for the Memorial Day holiday. Emergency services will be available as usual.
There are no outdoor watering changes for Fort Worth water customers despite Tarrant Regional Water District’s lifting of Stage 1 drought measures.
Tarrant County earned a grade of F for ozone and a B for particle pollution in the American Lung Association’s annual State of the Air report.
Join neighbors for an evening of fun to celebrate recent improvements at the Diamond Hill-Jarvis Branch Library, 1300 N.E. 35th St. The celebration will be 6-8 p.m. May 21.
Log Cabin Village, 2100 Log Cabin Village Lane, will be closed for annual maintenance May 18-25.
Fort Worth Bike Sharing is installing eight new stations and adding 50 new bicycles to its fleet. The system will grow from 35 stations and 300 bikes to 43 stations and 350 bikes.
It’s been raining cats and dogs all week – and just in time for PetSmart Charities National Adoption Weekend, May 15-17! I’d like to encourage you to not let the rain stop you from visiting the adoption centers this weekend – adoptions are only $10!
An alternative for motorists trying to navigate well-traveled streets in the Cultural District and the popular West Seventh corridor may be in the works.
TEX Rail is getting closer to pulling out of the station after the Fort Worth Transportation Authority approved several contracts.
- Celebrate PantherFest with 2,000-foot slide, craft brews, bites and bands on June 6
- Scam business posing as a city agency at large in Tarrant County
- Triathletes to converge on Fort Worth for July 12 event
- Movies That Matter screening to explore race relations
- Mayor's Message: Bring home a pet during National Adoption Weekend, May 15-17
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