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Northeast Fort Worth development AllianceTexas generates more than $7 billion for local economy in 2019

The 26,000-acre mixed-use development in Northeast Fort Worth generated an estimated economic impact of $7.31 billion in 2019.


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Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce Vice President to retire in April

Gilbert will mark 30 years with the chamber in March, a month before she retires.

City breaks ground on new Animal Care and Adoption Campus in Northeast Fort Worth

The facility is expected to be completed in January 2021.



Keller ISD strengthens investment in career and technical programs for students

The Keller ISD Career & Technical Education Department currently supports more than 10,500 CTE students across four high school campuses and the Keller Center for Advanced Learning.


Keller City Council approves rezoning; Center Stage project moves forward

The development would hold 475 apartment lofts, a maximum of 57 single-family homes and almost 60,000 square feet of commercial space.


$20.1 million industrial development underway near I-35W, Keller Hicks Road

Construction of Synergy Crossing Building 400 is underway near Harmon Road and Golden Triangle Boulevard.


Blink Fitness locations now open in Keller, Northeast Fort Worth

A total of four Blink Fitness locations will open in the Dallas-Fort Worth area by the end of January.



Luxx Nail Salon now open in Roanoke City Center

The business officially opened Jan. 18.


City of Roanoke to host blood drive Jan. 27 as part of It’s Time Texas Community Challenge

In partnership with Carter BloodCare, the city is encouraging residents to give back from 10 a.m.-6 p.m.


Northeast Fort Worth Burger King location now open on Hwy. 114

The restaurant officially opened Dec. 12.


Northeast Fort Worth residents will see changes to utility account fees

Various fees related to city of Fort Worth utility account services are expected to change beginning April 1.




Boutique hotel planned for Old Town Keller

Harmonson Boutique Hotel owners have expressed a vision of an upscale hotel with 10 unique suites.


Keller Public Library selected for ‘Grow With Google’ program

The initiative’s goal is to provide access and training to Google’s platforms and products.


Public education the focus of upcoming forums with candidates for the Texas Legislature

The events are hosted by nonprofit advocacy group Raise Your Hand Texas Foundation.



Keller-based mixed-use development Center Stage clears first hurdle

Plans for the 38-acre project include 70 single-family homes and 550 apartment lofts.


Roy's Mexican & American Cuisine closed in Keller

The business closed its doors Dec. 23.


Candidate filing period begins Jan. 15 for general elections in Keller, Roanoke, Northeast Fort Worth

The May 2 general election will include seats on Keller and Roanoke city councils and school board elections for Keller ISD and Northwest ISD.


Texas oil and gas industry could see a major slowdown in 2020

The oil and natural gas industry paid a record-setting $16.3 billion in taxes and royalties to local governments and the state in 2019, the Texas Oil and Gas Association announced Tuesday.



Greater Keller Women's Club celebrating 25 years

The club will host a 25th anniversary casino night April 2.


Northwest ISD considers later start date for 2020-21 district calendar

The district has proposed a third calendar option with a start date of Aug. 20.


I-820 eastbound ramp to close Jan. 24 in Northeast Fort Worth

Drivers can anticipate a ramp closure on eastbound I-820 later this month.


Construction underway on 64,000-square-foot industrial development in Northeast Fort Worth

North Quarter 35, a 64,000 square-foot industrial development, is under construction in Northeast Fort Worth.



New Girl Scout cookie to premiere when sales begin Jan. 17

Proceeds from cookies bought locally will benefit the Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas.


City of Roanoke warns local commuters of potential upcoming traffic challenges with nearby Charles Schwab campus

Roanoke officials are warning local residents of anticipated traffic challenges as hundreds of Charles Schwab employees begin moving to the company’s new nearby Westlake campus over the next four Mondays.