Klein Tools annual “State of the Industry” survey – with input from more than 800 union and non-union electricians – highlights when and why millennials are entering the industry. The results also explore how employers can attract the next generation to the trades to end the labor shortage f…
The 1,400-acre Near Southside district is one of the most successful areas of the city, combining a rich mix of business, restaurants and entertainment, along with a varied mix of living options.
CurePSP, a nonprofit advocacy organization for prime of life neurodegenerative diseases, and the Rainwater Charitable Foundation of Fort Worth announced March 28 what the two organizations called a "landmark partnership in the Prime of Life Brain Initiative, an unprecedented research effort …
Westchester Plaza, built to great anticipation in 1951 as a luxury apartment building, was reduced to a pile of rubble in the length of a regulation bull ride Sunday morning.
AUSTIN - The Texas Water Development Board (TWDB) Jan. 22 approved $200,000 in loan forgiveness from the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund to the Lake Texoma VFW Post 7873 in Grayson County. The VFW will use the assistance to finance planning, design and construction costs associated with …
The good news is that worker job satisfaction in the latest national survey reported by The Conference Board passed the 50 percent mark for the first time since 2005. The bad news in that September 2017 report is that nearly half the respondents are not satisfied.
The face of public housing assistance in Fort Worth is changing, both in the kind of people in need of housing help and in the way the city agency charged with providing that help – Fort Worth Housing Solutions – is addressing the need.
You’ve read or heard the stories behind many of the nation’s mass killers: All of us were surprised. He seemed like a nice guy. He was quiet and kept to himself. He just snapped.
World War I wasn’t, as prolific writer H.G. Wells labeled it, the “war that will end war,” but it was a war that profoundly changed the world, the United States, Texas and Fort Worth.
Now in its 48th year, Ballet Concerto Inc.’s Summer Dance Concert moves to The Heart of the Ranch at Clearfork after 12 years at the Trinity Park Pavilion. This year’s program features four short ballets, including two world premieres.
Fort Worth Opera (FWOpera) has launched FWOpera FOREWORD to raise $1 million over the summer to ensure the future of one of the city’s oldest and most acclaimed arts organizations. The fundraising effort was initiated by a combined $250,000 lead gift from two long-time FWOpera supporters in …
The Fort Worth Aviation Museum, a Commemorative Partner for The United States of America’s Vietnam War 50th Anniversary Commemorations, recognized Vietnam War era veterans in North Texas at the museum during its recent Hops and Props aircraft fly-in and craft beer festival.
When Wyntress B. Ware arrived at nursing school in Fort Worth, she noticed that she was the only African-American there. So she did what any daughter would do. She called her daddy.
Dr. Teik C. Lim, dean of the College of Engineering and Applied Science at the University of Cincinnati, will be the next provost and vice president for academic affairs of UTA, university President Vistasp Karbhari announced April 19.
Fort Worth is home to an increasing number of technology-based companies, a trend sure to increase as the new Fort Worth Medical School opens and grows to maturity.
The Marine Corps Heritage Foundation annually presents awards to both Marines and civilian community members, recognizing exemplary work in advancing and preserving Marine Corps history.
Tandy Leather Factory Inc. has announced that it is opening a new store in Allen. The Fort Worth company is a specialty retailer of leather, leatherworking tools, buckles and adornments for belts, leather dyes and finishes, saddle and tack hardware, and do-it-yourself kits.
Near Southside Inc. and Leadership Fort Worth, in partnership with the Fort Worth Transportation Authority and the American Institute of Architects-Fort Worth have announced a bus shelter design competition.
This summer marks three decades that Camp Fire has been offering help and hope to the child who lives in anger over a murdered parent, the grandchild who has anxiety about visiting hospitals and the sibling who sleeps with sister’s shirt because it still smells like her. The deadline for app…
In a surprise announcement Feb. 12, the board of the Fort Worth Opera announced that it was replacing Darren Woods, general director for the last 16 years. Reaction from fans and performers was immediate and strong.
Community Hospice of Texas and Providence Hospice announced Feb. 15 that Andrea Green will retire as chief executive officer March 31. The board of directors has selected Victoria L. Jingle as her replacement, effective April 1. Jingle currently is executive vice president and has been with …
Ryan Haggerty, managing member of Clear Fork Royalty of Fort Worth, has been elected to the board of trustees of The Heritage Foundation, a public policy institute based in Washington, D.C.
Tandy Leather Factory reopens Pennsylvania store Fort Worth-based Tandy Leather Factory Inc. has announced the reopening and relocation of its store in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. The store was closed in April 2016 and reopened Monday, Jan. 30.
IRVING – Lucintel, a global strategic consulting and market research firm, says in a new report that the global commercial aerospace landing gear market is expected to reach an estimated $2.8 billion by 2021.
STEPHENVILLE – Fort Worth Councilman Jungus Jordan received Tarleton State University’s 2017 Civility with Integrity Legacy Award from President F. Dominic Dottavio at the university’s annual gala Jan. 28.
The already fast-moving residential real estate market in Fort Worth took a moment to stop in late September when three major firms announced they were joining forces with another large firm – a Dallas firm at that.