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Gyna Bivens, District 5 City Council, hosted Bus Tour of community

Councilwoman Gyna Bivens, District 5, organized the tour because she kept hearing complaints about the same addresses over and over again. Citizens were becoming frustrated because the problems they were reporting were not getting permanent fixes. Local community leaders, police and concerned citizens joined the tour. Bivens said “I wanted the residents to hear answers directly from city leaders and

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Fort Worth ISD Becomes Largest Blue Zones Project Approved School District in Nation!

Initiative makes healthy choices easier for students, employees FORT WORTH, Texas (Oct. 24, 2018) – Fort Worth Independent School District is making the grade when it comes to well-being. With 12,000 employees and nearly 88,000 students, Fort Worth ISD is the largest school district in the country to become a Blue Zones Project Approved™ worksite.Blue Zones Project® is a community-led

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October Spirit Night at Mexican Inn hosted by the East Fort Worth Business Association

Twice a year, EFWBA hosts a Spirit Night at the East Lancaster Mexican Inn to help support this iconic establishment and thank them for the continued support the restaurant provides the organization. Money raised from these events goes toward several Education-based programs the organization sponsors, including a recent book purchase for each of the elementary schools in the Eastern Hills

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Handley United Methodist Church ordered to close, after 141 years

Handley United Methodist Church ordered to close, after 141 years The Central Texas Conference of the United Methodist Church, has decided to close Handley United Methodist Church, after 141 years of service.Please see the letter below notifying the congregation of the decision. September 25, 2018 “Greetings in the name of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ! As you may recall

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TXDOT Maps and Meetings (All this information may no longer be valid after TXDOT revises the plans based on  the complaints and comments received after the Public Meeting.) Published Friday, July 20—TxDOT is conducting a study to update the preliminary design and environmental assessment for proposed improvements for the interchange at I-820, I-20 and US 287 called the Southeast Connector.

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Town Hall with Cary Moon & Danny Scarth: Concrete Plant

Town Hall with Cary Moon and Danny Scarth: Concrete Plant Over 100 concerned citizens, representing every neighborhood associaton on the eastside, attended the meeting hosted by Cary Moon and former District 4 councilman Danny Scarth, who is a paid representative for Wallace Hall. Simple summary of this meeting: there is no final answer now, because everything is still a moving

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Stop the Clocks

Running With Wanda  July, 2018   I don’t know about everyone else but I feel like stopping all the clocks. We need a respite from how fast our time is slipping away. Just yesterday we celebrated a new year and already half of it is gone. Where in the world did it go? Several issues have shown up on the

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Panhandlers ordinance

New anti-panhandling program provides a better way to offer change Folks in Fort Worth have big hearts, and whenever someone asks for a helping hand, we’re likely to give it to them. But when it comes to panhandling on city streets, handing over spare change is a bad idea. Panhandling violates a Fort Worth city ordinance, encourages a transient way

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