Bluebonnet Circle project reached completion in December 2018 adding new sewage and water lines, pedestrian-friendly sidewalks, and convenient parking as part of the Urban Village project, but it is still causing problems for residents and shop owners.
No parking signs added to residential streets north of campus makes finding parking spots more difficult
An influx in burglar alarm emergency calls from commercial locations, both false and real calls, prompted city officials to double alarm permit fees. The annual fee increased from $50 to $100 starting October 1, the beginning of the city’s fiscal year. “The idea is we’re spreading that cost among the general […]
First level students at Starpoint School host a Veterans Day service for the whole school including a guest speaker and writing letters to veterans.
Increases to the Fort Worth Botanical Garden budget adds new job opportunities.
A no tax rate increase bond proposal calls for voters to approve constructing new beds and facilities in the John Peter Smith Health Network.
After months of construction, work on Bluebonnet Circle is expected to wrap up in November.
Starbucks Corp. responds to controversy over an incident at a Philadelphia Starbucks location with preventive training for discrimination.
Fort Worth’s new five-year plan includes a nearly $400 million bond project to help expand and update the city’s infrastructure and roads.
Renovations coming to Bluebonnet Circle aim to make walking, parking and shopping easier for residents.