The Good Feet Store now open in Fort Worth
The Good Feet Store opened in Fort Worth's Presidio Town Crossing in June. (Courtesy The Good Feet Store)
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By Kira Lovell | | Updated
By Kira Lovell
Darin Davis is a Realtor based out of Southlake and resides in Roanoke.
There were 71% fewer homes on the market in May 2021 than in May 2020 in Keller, Roanoke and the two ZIP codes that make up Northeast Fort Worth—as well as a sharp decline in the average amount of time homes are staying on the market
Mad for chicken now serving McKinney; La Casita Tacos y Pupusas coming to Richardson and more DFW-area news
Mad for Chicken, a Korean-inspired restaurant, serves soy-garlic fried chicken alongside pork belly strips, salads, kimchi fries, quesadillas and more.
Thai Monkey owner Koung Xaymoungkhoun owns Thai Monkey in Roanoke, has two other restaurants in the metroplex and is a nursing student.
Bob Peacock, owner of Michael’s Tobacco in Keller, calls cigars a grand unifier—something that customers from all backgrounds can come together and bond over.
As Tarrant County's COVID-19 hospitalizations rise, health officials continue to encourage vaccinations
As of July 23, Tarrant County health officials report 338 hospitalizations attributed to COVID-19.
School zone established for Emerson High in Frisco ISD; 61% of residents in 3 Plano ZIP codes fully vaccinated, and more top news from DFW
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The National Day of the American Cowboy, an afternoon concert at ChopShop Live and more
The dog daycare will hold a grand opening event Aug. 7.
Regulators: Texas electric grid prepared for potentially record-breaking demand next week; 'once-in-a-generation reforms' underway
The heads of the agencies in charge of the Texas electric grid met in Austin on July 22 to provide updates on their grid reform efforts.
The additions will include trail extensions, a fully-inclusive playground and more at the park in northern Keller.
The events—including one in Northeast Fort Worth—will offer residents an opportunity to review the proposed list for the 2022 Bond Election, talk with city staff and learn about upcoming budget and redistricting processes.