More colleges are dropping standardized testing requirements across the country, a movement that’s drawing attention to the validity of standardized tests and barriers to entry for certain demographics.
The money raised from the purchase of the wine and wassail cups will go toward creating a revitalization plan for Bluebonnet Circle and park.
The Paschal High School band held an event last Saturday to raise money for the annual band funds.
Christmas is right around the corner. Here are some festivals to get into the holiday spirit.
This popular dessert comes to West 7th as Fort Worth’s first rolled ice cream shop.
Arlington Heights looks to provide senior dancers opportunities to dance in college.
After his dog ate his hearing aids, twice, Braden Baker made it his mission to raise awareness and give back to the hearing loss community.
An ex-convict and former gang leader advocates for his community, and other residents voice their concerns about revitalization in the Las Vegas Trail area in West Fort Worth.
The FBLA Club at Paschal High is signing up to compete at the area competition on Jan. 27th in Keller.
Westcliff Elementary teacher named Lockheed Martin chair for teaching excellence in elementary science
Westcliff Elementary’s fifth grade teacher, Jennifer Mitchell, was named the Lockheed Martin Chair for Teaching Excellence in Elementary Science.