The city’s failure to pay on time is causing problems for Eastside senior citizens.
Fort Worth City Council member Frank Moss and city housing official Donald Cager were taken to the woodshed twice last week — in both cases, by a bunch of their elders using wheelchairs, walkers, and canes as well as figurati...
Flyers’ departure leaves sports fans and local companies holding the bag.
Two years ago, when Fort Worth city officials decided to rob Peter to pay Paul, minor-league-sports-wise, there were plenty of signs that it was a risky maneuver.
Fort Worth minister draws national attention to controversy over comedian’s appearance.
The demonstration over comedian D. L. Hughley’s appearance at Bass Performance Hall last weekend could produce another protest, this one involving legendary comedian/actor Bill Cosby.
Chesapeake won’t back off plans to level trees next to the Trinity Trail.
When Colonial Country Club signed a contract in May to allow gas drilling under its property off University Drive, it joined the long line of Fort Worth institutions expecting to rake in a lot of the green stuff from the Barnet...
The Cowtown Coliseum has a century of stories to tell, but the spirits are shy.
Funky Town’s funkiest arena turns 100 in October and still plays host to Wild West shows and rodeos.
The Super Bowl will put money in somebody’s pocket, but probably not ours.
When the National Football League tries to sell cities on the concept of public tax money being used to build stadiums, they trot out a big shiny carrot on a stick: A Super Bowl game will be coming your way, the NFL promises, a...
The Weekly wins a constellation of awards.
Stories on topics from prison medical care to Mike Moncrief’s conflicts of interest earned a boxful of journalism awards for Fort Worth Weekly last weekend.
Fort Worth’s public library re-enters the city’s art community.
Stealing a federal building intended for Dallas and getting it built in Fort Worth instead was a major coup for then-U.S. Rep. Jim Wright in the mid-1960s.
The smoking-ban ashtray is back in the lap of Fort Worth city leaders.
The Cellar on University Drive is in many ways the quintessential Fort Worth bar, and on this night the dank underground tavern provides a refuge for a broad sampling of city folk.
Fort Worth could host a major Hispanic convention — but some think the city doesn’t deserve it.
Fort Worth is in the running for the 2010 national convention for the League of United Latin American Citizens — a meeting that could bring more than $8 million, 15,000 to 20,000 visitors, and national recognition to the city...