RedLine Athletics opened Aug. 12 at 5951 Park Vista Circle, Ste. 101, Fort Worth. The business offers youth athletic training for ages 8-18. It focuses on speed, agility and strength training that can be integrated into a variety of sports. 682-593-0855. www.redlineathletics.com
After rusting issues and deficiencies, the indoor pool slide at the Keller Pointe Recreation and Aquatic Center will be replaced.
Bear Creek Park is getting a new playground structure as approved by Keller City Council at an Oct. 1 meeting.
Fort Worth is installing traffic signals rather than roundabouts at 11 intersections in the northeastern part of the city. The effort comes as officials continue to study the safest way to direct traffic at intersections.
Outlaw FitCamp Keller opened Aug. 24 at 459 Keller Parkway, Ste. B, Keller. The business offers personal training for individuals, couples and small groups of up to four people. It also offers circuit training for up to 20 guests. All workouts are 30 minutes long. 817-697-5090. www.outlawfitcamp.com/keller
A new app-based, child-safe transportation service called HopSkipDrive announced its launch in the Dallas Fort-Worth metroplex Sept. 30.
PlayMakar and iReliev relocated Aug. 26 to 5825 Park Vista Circle, Fort Worth. PlayMakar develops and manufactures sports medicine and athletic training tools, while iReliev develops pain relief products. With the move, the brands will have more space to showcase their products in a retail environment and to invite athletes and customers to the facility. 833-752-9625. www.playmakar.com
In August Malinda Bell took ownership of Wild Blueberries at 9500 Ray White Road, Ste. 127, Fort Worth. The …
The railroad crossing at US 377 and Katy and Mount Gilead roads will be closed for up to five months. The closure is part of work being done along Timberland Boulevard between Park Vista Boulevard and US 377 in Northeast Fort Worth. When work is complete, Katy will intersect with Timberland, which is being extended as a four-lane, divided arterial. Timberland will also be the new multilane railroad crossing. During the closure, traffic will be detoured either to Keller Haslet Road or Keller Hicks Road and Park Vista Boulevard.
Pickled Pink Boutique relocated to 148 S. Elm St., Keller. The business plans to keep its previous location …
The latest data release from the 2018 American Community Survey shows that population is not the only thing increasing in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
Co-owners Steve and Michelle Prochaska founded Stevie’s Diner as an homage to their love of all things vintage.
After more than three decades in the pharmaceutical industry, Mark Hitz opted to take the road less traveled.
City officials in Keller, Roanoke and Fort Worth are waiting to see how a new state law will affect their ability to steer the look of new commercial and residential properties.
Tarrant County voters headed to the polls this November will be using new voting machines that combine the ease of electronic ballots with the integrity of paper ballots.
Wicked Wing Pub opened in early August at 5636 N. Tarrant Parkway, Ste. 120, Fort Worth. The neighborhood pub …
The construction of the new Roanoke City Hall finished under budget, allowing for additional updates.