Grapevine-Colleyville ISD employees received welcome news earlier this summer when trustees approved their first raises since 2009. Now, with the help of a 7-0 vote last week, those paychecks will be getting an even larger bump.
As many as 12,000 of Tarrant County’s youngest and most vulnerable residents are expected to fill the Amon G. Carter Exhibit Hall in Will Rogers Memorial Coliseum next week to get ready for school at the eighth annual Back2School Roundup.
After a record-wet start to the year and despite a green light from the Tarrant Regional Water District to lift mandatory water restrictions earlier this year, residents in the City of Southlake are now back in Stage 1 water mode.
The city’s new Convention & Visitors Bureau will begin hosting its second art exhibit this week. Titled Cinematic Rails, Trains in the Movies, the exhibit is the building’s first free display and features 36 photographs depicting trains from films.
Just weeks after reporting its first positive mosquito testing for West Nile virus, Southlake has received official confirmation this week of its first human case of West Nile fever. The patient, being identified only as a woman in her 60s, is being
Carroll ISD voters will be asked to head to the polls Sept. 15 and decide whether the district can raise its maintenance and operations tax rate by two cents. The special tax ratification election was called this week in a 6-1 vote.
If leaders with the City of Grapevine and Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport are able to come to an agreement in the coming months, more than 1,500 acres within the city’s limits could see as much as $2.3 billion in construction.
Carroll ISD trustees are working to balance an estimated $83.2 million budget, but once again the board has been forced to consider one-time money, new fees, budget tightening and its fund balance to make ends meet.
Yellow flashing arrows are all the rage here in North Texas. The new addition to left-turn signals has been popping up in cities such as Grapevine, Frisco and Arlington, and may soon be coming to busy intersections near you.
When Anthony Perolli’s parents came to America from Albania in 1969, they went straight to New York. That is where Perolli was born and raised — in Brooklyn — and where he took his first job behind a pizza counter at age 13.
After an unsuccessful go at the District 98 House seat in 2010, Southlake resident Giovanni Capriglione defeated seven-term state Rep. Vicki Truitt in May’s Republican primary with more than 55 percent of the vote.