The Mayfest area of Trinity Park will be closed to the public April 13-May 5 for setup, the run of the four-day festival and tear down.
North- and southbound University Drive, south of Interstate 30 between West Vickery Boulevard and the Union Pacific Railroad, will be closed from 9 p.m. April 17 until 5 a.m. April 20.
Help create Fort Worth’s new concrete skate park at a design workshop at 6 p.m. May 8 at Chisholm Trail Community Center, 4680 McPherson Blvd.
Through the Better Buildings Challenge, Fort Worth has achieved 8 percent energy savings across 19 million square feet of public- and private-sector buildings since 2009.
The Ledger Co. Inc. was a printing and publishing business operated by M.E. Ousley and H.C. Morell. The business was on the corner of Fifth and Calhoun streets.
Mayor Betsy Price has staged a series of neighborhood rides that provide a fun and healthful way for residents to get to know their neighbors and to talk about what’s going on in the city and in their neighborhoods.
Have you started your spring yard cleanup? Fort Worth provides weekly yard collection service to easily assist residents in getting rid of trimmings, grass clippings, brush and leaves.
An estimated 15 million young people in the U.S. are alone after school. In Fort Worth, as many as 24,000 children and teens of working parents are at home after school.
Enjoy family-friendly, car-free streets in the Near South Side during Open Streets, a temporary urban space allowing residents to interact with each other through exercise, entertainment and fun.
Fort Worth’s homeless population will reach out to a variety of service providers under one roof during the annual Homeless Connect, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. April 16 at First Presbyterian Church, 1000 Penn St.
One in four Americans suffers from a mental illness. More than 40 percent of them never seek help, mainly due to the stigma attached.
Construction crews are working through their punch lists to finish the Chisholm Trail Parkway, a project that has been 50 years in the planning and building.
Earthmovers scooped the first loads of soil to ceremonially begin the long-awaited Hemphill-Lamar Connector project on Wednesday.
The Texas Department of Transportation, in partnership with the City of Fort Worth, has begun construction on the $13.9 million East First Street reconstruction project.
The Fort Worth Transportation Authority is offering six opportunities to show officials how transit could best serve Tarrant County and beyond in the near-term and in the future.
Fort Worth’s West Seventh Street Bridge was named one of the nation’s most significant construction projects of 2014.
Think congestion on Fort Worth’s roadways is bad? Try LA, San Francisco or Honolulu.
The Texas Department of Transportation has scheduled a public meeting for 4 p.m. April 16 to receive comments on the May 2015 updates to the 2015 Unified Transportation Program.
Hats are on display inside Reagan Millinery, a women’s boutique, circa 1910.
Downtown Fort Worth Inc. honored a new plaza and a bride in Fort Worth’s Trinity Park. Trailblazer Awards bring recognition and awareness to people, projects and developments that are partners in the downtown business community.
Residents and visitors should expect traffic delays as spring races at Texas Motor Speedway rev up.
Are you tired of seeing the trashy mess that ends up in the Trinity River after a big rain? Us too.
April 9 is the last day to register to vote in the May 9 City Council election. In-person early voting begins April 27.
Fort Worth and its partners are offering special deals on select varieties of low-water-use plants that will thrive in Texas’ heat.
The largest arts festival in Texas is returning to downtown Fort Worth for its 30th year April 9-12. The four-day Main Street Fort Worth Arts Festival spans 25 blocks — from the Tarrant County Courthouse to the Fort Worth Convention Center — while showcasing 220 hand-selected juried artists.