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Gas Well Smell Test

Aston, in character as Chainsaw Jack: “We’re building the last memories that we’re going to have of this place.”

Their Final Screams

Eleanor Fairchild stands inside the new gulley in her land — courtesy of the Keystone XL pipeline. Kathy Da Silva

A Thorn for Trans-Canada

House Divided

Women golfers tee off in River Crest’s inaugural year, 1911. Gretchen Brants Barrett/RCCC Centennial Book

On the Green

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‘Tween a Rock and a Parking Lot

Residents on Roosevelt Street felt like they'd been blindsided by a burly linebacker after Arlington city officials announced in August that they would begin...
Friese: “Most of the people I know who were homeless treated those bus passes as gold.”

No Pass/No Job

On weekday mornings Lou Friese takes an hour-long bus ride to work from his West Fort Worth apartment near Las Vegas Trail. Before he...

Notice: Public Beware

Public notices in local newspapers are a key element in keeping citizens informed about government goings-on. Giving people a heads-up on public hearings on...

Boarded Up, Ink

The rows of empty buildings on Race Street in east Fort Worth look like a scene from the Great Depression. But the boarded up...
Ward Timber wants Region D’s natural resources protected. Courtesy Ward Timber

Flow Chart

A long-running battle over a proposed reservoir in Northeast Texas that is part of Fort Worth’s future water supply may be resolved by the...

Mercy on Tap

At first glance, the Sunday night event at Mambo’s Tapas Cantina in downtown Fort Worth didn’t seem to have much to do with a...

Flourishes for the Flea

The name Pequeño Mexico (“Little Mexico”) might not ring a bell with most local folks. But if you say “the little Mexican flea market...
Young: “I don’t know what will happen to these cats if I have to leave.” Lee Chastain

The Last Tenant

The once-stately house at 1108 Grainger St. has had its bones picked by an architectural salvage team, and most of its windows are boarded...

Falling on Deaf Ears

When Paul Unger read the headline “Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, RIP,” he said he was shocked. He and his fellow musicians in the Fort...