Sitting in folding chairs in a newly-renovated apartment building Monday, city leaders joined federal and state housing administrators in applauding the grant-funded updates to the Fort Worth apartment complex.
If kids in Fort Worth want a way to beat the heat this summer, they’ll have to do it in a private or YMCA swimming pool. For a second summer, the seven city-run pools remain closed due to budget constraints.
Fort Worth City Councilwoman Kathleen Hicks is seen by her supporters as a champion of economic development in her near-southeast side district, where financial needs are plenty. So why does she have a license plate on her late-model Porsche that suggests she is a state judge when she is not?
When the sun goes down, new city streetlights click on in Terrell Heights, just southeast of downtown, turning it into a splash of brightness – a considerable contrast to the neighborhood next door, in Hillside, where dogs howl in the darkness.