Carroll ISD flipped the switch Tuesday on field lights some Southlake residents had been trying to stop for years.
Close to 700 parents and students from three neighboring North Texas school districts gathered in Grapevine Thursday night for an education rally.
Lighting at athletic fields in Southlake — it’s been the topic of a months long, heated debate. Tuesday night, or rather early Wednesday morning, city leaders made a final decision.
Carroll Independent School District is moving forward with plans to install lights at the district’s baseball and softball fields despite opposition from the city.
The Southlake Planning and Zoning Committee is set to address the issue of baseball field lights on Thursday night.
Carroll ISD Trustees voted unanimously late Monday night to place lights at the baseball and softball fields at Carroll Senior High School.
Family and friends remembered the lives of two teenagers who died in a plane crash one week ago.
Medical examiners have confirmed that two teenagers were among four people who died in a plane crash Saturday.
Voters rejected a proposed two-cent tax increase for the Caroll Independent School District’s “maintenance and operations budget during a special election on Saturday.
Several schools in Tarrant County will take their case for education funding to Austin on Thursday.
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