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.
Primary election results will set the stage for the general election on November 6.
Student-led prayer opening school board meetings in Birdville is constitutional.
Fort Worth City Council limits speaking time during meetings with new rules and regulations.
The “penny swap” and $750 million bond have been approved.
As the Fort Worth landfill fills up, the city creates a Comprehensive Solid Waste Management Plan to manage city waste.
The Bluebonnet Hills Neighborhood Association discussed traffic safety and parking plans at its quarterly meeting.
Fort Worthians express growing doubt for the City Council and Mayor Price’s ability to combat race relations.
Lower tax rates might not mean a lower bill for 2018.
The city’s 2014 bond program included a $200,000 bond dedicated to improving the bicycle infrastructure in the TCU/Westcliff area.