The thermometer reads 53 degrees and the rain is coming down in unruly, stinging sheets. The solemn solitary man operating the front door to St. Stephen’s Presbyterian Church is only distinguishable from the wet limestone by the collar of his pla
We went out and interviewed 109 residents as they left the polls on Election Day. We asked about their voting experiences, their thoughts on the campaign and, most importantly, what brought them to the polls today.
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Election Day turnout had a slow start this morning at the polling place at Southcliff Baptist Church, but it’s expected to pick up this afternoon, according to officials there.
Nathan Wall has more in this video report.
Residents of the 109 and TCU students have come together to make Overton Park their new outdoor fitness center.
Three days a week, people gather in groups of 10 to 25 participating in a fitness boot ca
The restoration of Howard Cabin began in February 2009 and was completed in the summer of 2009. It was officially dedicated on May 15, 2010, with descendants of the Howard family in attendance. Since its re-opening, the now handicapped-accessible Howar
Westcliff Elementary Civics Club is beginning a Save the Manatees project.
Students from TCU are guiding the elementary students in the completion of this project.
The TCU student facilitators are: Justin Paxton, Kate Jolliffe, Todd Gon
Westcliff Elementary held its Student Council Elections on Tuesday, Oct. 19 and elected five new officers.
According to Suzanne Renfrow, counselor at Westcliff Elementary: Two hundred and eighty students in grades 2-5 moved through voting
In September, Fort Worth ISD began promoting a new program that aims at keeping local students safe.
"It’s Not Okay!" is the slogan for the new campaign for FW
FORT WORTH—“They used to call it Scary Berry,” a business owner in the 109 said.
Rick Kubes, an owner of Kubes Jewelers in the 2700 block of West Berry, said Be