Medical City Alliance is the first and only hospital in North Fort Worth with a trauma Level III classification.
Roanoke city officials announced May 22 that the farmers market will be moved to a new location within the Roanoke City Hall plaza.
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The American Red Cross has roughly 1,300 blood donation appointments in North Texas that need to be filled through June 15.
Businesses in Keller, Roanoke and North Fort Worth are taking advantage of less restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Money-saving tactics include an indefinite hiring freeze and the delay of some projects, according to a spokesperson.
Tex-Mex restaurant Los Compadres Cantina will now open this spring at 320 S. Oak St., Roanoke.
Venue owners must operate under guidelines that facilitate appropriate social distancing.
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City officials in Keller, Roanoke and Fort Worth are searching for cost-saving measures to oset shortfalls in revenue due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Texas received approval from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to provide more than $1 billion in pandemic food benefits.
Keller City Council on May 27 accepted a grant of $2.48 million to help offset city expenses related to the coronavirus.
Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar said the state entered the era of the coronavirus in a healthy financial situation, which bodes well for the future as reopening continues, but that Texans are not out of the woods yet.
As of May 26, there were a combined 243 confirmed cases in the four ZIP codes that make up Community Impact Newspaper’s coverage area.
Gov. Greg Abbott announced May 27 that $3.6 million will be provided to nursing facilities to purchase tablets, webcams and headphones to connect residents with family members.
Texas Secretary of State Ruth Hughs released a checklist May 26 for voters to follow to help prevent the spread of coronavirus at polls.
During Stand Performing Arts summer camps, students learn choreography and other aspects of a production in order to perform a show for a full audience.
The company plans to close 230 locations, including stores in Dallas, Richardson, Irving, Arlington and Murphy.
Officials with Hawaiian Falls Waterparks in Roanoke announced that the park will open for the summer season beginning May 29.
Nestle Toll House Café of Keller is celebrating one year in business this May.
The layoffs represent 3% of the health system’s workforce.
Starting Friday, May 29, water parks will be allowed to open but must limit guests to 25% of their normal operating capacity.
Construction work is set to begin in June on a privately funded distribution center west of the Hwy. 114 and Litsey Road intersection in Roanoke.
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