Keller - Roanoke - Northeast Fort Worth
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Since April 1, 2021, Westlake Fire Chief Richard Whitten served as the acting chief for the Keller Fire Department as the two cities considered merging their departments.
A zoning change was approved to allow the company to produce, package and sell alcohol and include a tasting room with the distillery at the site in Roanoke.
This year, 25% of school districts improved on their letter grades from 2019. The Texas Education Agency typically releases accountability ratings annually, but the procedure was paused during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Roanoke City Council voted on a final contract approval Aug. 9 for design of the city’s new police and courts facility.
A new report from the Annie E. Casey Foundation indicates that Texas children are struggling with mental health and educational proficiency.
Deloitte University's tax abatement agreement with Tarrant County calls for $300M capital investment
The leadership and training campus in Westlake is moving ahead with an estimated $300 million expansion plan after receiving a 10-year property tax abatement from Tarrant County.
Goody Goody Liquor has scheduled a sales event for the grand opening of its newly constructed 18,000-square-foot store in Keller.
Fort Worth has scheduled a series of meetings in the coming weeks to review the proposed fiscal year 2022-23 budget and answer questions from residents.
The studio is open 24/7 and offers sessions for all fitness levels.
The designation allows the district to receive state funds to help with busing students who would encounter hazardous traffic conditions if they walked to school, according to the approved resolution.
Northwest ISD board renews contracts with Roanoke, Trophy Club and Wise County for school resource officers
Trophy Club will provide two school resource officers to Northwest ISD while Roanoke and Wise County will each provide one.
The new Pike Middle School will replace the existing school and is due to open in August 2024.
The property is located east of I-35W, north of Basswood Boulevard, south of Thompson Road and west of Riverside Drive.
The interactive musical sculptures titled "Listening Trees" will include painted brass funnels as well as bells and chimes.
Texas educators reported declines in support from parents and state leaders during the pandemic, according to the Texas State Teachers Association.
The new Town Council member fills a vacancy created with the resignation of council member Carol Langdon, who had been in office since 2008.
"There are plenty of ways to serve new and existing markets, and we need to examine which options make the most sense and how we can best utilize our funding to accomplish those goals," Trinity Metro president and CEO Richard Andreski said.
Portillo's has submitted a permit application for a 2.068-acre site in northeast Fort Worth.
The studio offers individualized fitness classes and full-body workouts.
Fort Worth City Council to consider rezoning nearly 300 acres for development that could include soccer stadium
Rezoning would pave way for a planned development that would include single-family homes; multifamily and commercial uses; light industrial; and a potential soccer stadium.
The grant will help health centers that serve underserved and uninsured Texans in areas with limited resources.
Alliance Westport 25 and Alliance Center North 4 encompass nearly 1.7 million square feet and are scheduled to be completed in 2023.
The city of Fort Worth has announced it will be an inaugural member of the Trust for Public Land’s 10-minute Walk Park Equity Accelerator.