Fort Worth Considers Banning Smoking From BarsThe Fort Worth City Council discussed banning smoking in bars during yesterday’s meeting.
Fort Worth Officials Mull Plan To Buy Flood-Prone HomesThe City of Fort Worth on Tuesday will be discussing a plan that would put them in the home-buying business. The proposal is for the city to purchase at least a few dozen flood-prone houses in the Arlington Heights neighborhood.
Resolution Could Allow New Construction In Dilapidated FW NeighborhoodA recent 8-0 Fort Worth City Council vote on a resolution that would remove the historic designation of the Stop Six Sunrise Edition neighborhood in east Fort Worth, has set the plan in motion.
Council Votes To Remove Historic Designation From Stop Six AreaThis week the Fort Worth City Council unanimously voted to take the first step in removing the historic designation from the Stop Six Sunrise Edition in the southeast part of the city.
Fort Worth To Vote On Stockyards GuidelinesFort Worth aims to make changes to the historic Stockyards, while keeping the charm of the city landmark.
Fort Worth Considering Demolishing 5 Public PoolsFort Worth is about to dive into the problem of how to deal of a handful of eyesore pools.
Robertson Selected As Interim FWPD ChiefThe Fort Worth City Council selected Assistant Chief Rhonda Robertson to take over as the interim police chief when Chief Jeff Halstead retires from his position in January.
Fort Worth Police Chief Receives Vote Of ConfidenceFort Worth City Council members met Tuesday to discuss the future of Police Chief Jeff Halstead and ended up giving him a vote of confidence.
Benefits Extended For Paralyzed Fort Worth OfficerThe Fort Worth City Council voted to extend leave-of-absence pay benefits for a police officer paralyzed in a 2003 line-of-duty shooting.
Fort Worth Council To Review Police Benefits Of Paralyzed OfficerThe Fort Worth City Council is set to decide whether to retain a police officer who was paralyzed from the chest down in a 2003 line-of-duty shooting.
Leaders See New Tourism Lure -- Convention Center Reno PlansMaking Fort Worth more of a tourist destination – it’s something the city wants to do, but how? One plan starts downtown at the Fort Worth Convention Center. City leaders are now getting their first look at what it would take to make that happen.
Fort Worth Looking To Expand, Build Convention & Visitor SpacesNearly a million people attend events in and around the Fort Worth Convention Center every year. Now, event planners say they're running out of room for them all.