Just over 100 days ago, Betsy Price was sworn in as Mayor of Fort Worth. Since then, Price has had to oversee the shaping of spending policies in a new budget while filling the shoes of long-time mayor Mike Moncrief.
Daredevils and adrenaline junkies rappelled down the side of a 26-story building in downtown Fort Worth to raise money for a local nonprofit.
Had former Tarrant County tax assessor Betsy Price not won the mayor’s race against former Councilman Jim Lane, departing Mayor Mike Moncrief’s role in the transition of power would have been the same. And it’s a role Price was eager to embrace right away, she said.
FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – Mayor Mike Moncrief strode into a meeting room adjacent to the mayor’s office at city hall with suit coat off and with a smile on his face. A dozen people sit […]
As the candidates for Fort Worth Mayor head into the final week of campaigning, there seem to be few disagreements over issues. Both Betsy Price and Jim Lane shared a podium during a Downtown Fort Worth, Inc. luncheon Thursday.
Despite years of slashing jobs and services, the Fort Worth City Council was told Tuesday that the budget is still $31 million short in sustaining existing services over the next two years.
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.
Fort Worth city planners expect sales tax revenues and property values to increase enough to save a few city programs from the chopping block, some of which help monitor crime and bolster policing.
An apparent scam between nine police officers to collect un-worked overtime hours will cost the City of Fort Worth far more than first thought.
To one of the thousand or so people attending Mayor Mike Moncrief’s final State of the City Address, it might have seemed an unusual sight; the Mayor and his wife Rosie petting dogs in cages stacked up outside of the convention center ballroom where the mayor was about to speak.
Fort Worth Mayor Mike Moncrief will deliver his eighth state of the city address Wednesday. He calls it his final city report card before he retires later this year.
Three well-known Tarrant County people have filed to run for Fort Worth Mayor to replace Mayor Mike Moncrief when he steps down at the end of his term this year.