Fort Worth is Cowtown, Dallas is Big D and now Burleson has a moniker of its own. The “Kindness Matters” signs are posted on virtually every corner, on every marquee, in the windows of shops and in front of homes.
The executive director of the United Educators Association says he is seeing a growing trend of teachers being impersonated online and students hacking into the Facebook and Twitter accounts of instructors.
As state lawmakers remain deadlocked on education funding, school districts are making spending decisions, chopping things like bus service.
With 19 area school districts represented, the 25th annual Spring Meet gave kids with special needs a chance to compete and know what it feels like to win Tuesday.
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