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The Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra was scheduled to perform Dvorak’s “New World Symphony” this weekend, but instead, orchestra musicians will be putting down their instruments and living out the words chanted in the Broadway musical Newsies:

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The park next to the Fire Station Community Center in the Near Southside is getting bigger.

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Ground has broken for the highly-anticipated TEX Rail that will connect downtown Fort Worth to Dallas Fort Worth International Airport.

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The Fort Worth City Council got a glimpse at the final piece of the proposed 2017 fiscal year budget Aug. 16 with a briefing on the funding recommendations for the Crime Control and Prevention District (CCPD), which supports the Fort Worth Police Department.

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The Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl announced Thursday that Fort Worth-based car dealership Bruce Lowrie Chevrolet will be named official automobile/dealership sponsor of the game.

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Fort Worth’s Downtown Tax Increment Funding (TIF) board unanimously approved designs for the renovation of Heritage Park Plaza on Friday, giving city officials and the public a better idea of what the long-awaited improvements will look like. The TIF board had approved $1 million for the pro…

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Starting a business – and keeping it alive – is tough, so local entrepreneurs, investors, business leaders and others came together July 29 at the Fort Worth Business Press’s inaugural Entrepreneur Summit to talk about strategies to make a business successful.

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At the corner of Fletcher Avenue and Horne Street in west Fort Worth’s Como neighborhood is a single-story house spanning about 1,100 square feet, with a porch and screen door at the front, much like the houses beside it.

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The former Pate Ranch site could be getting a Kroger, if the Fort Worth City Council approves the project’s site plan on Aug. 2.

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The City of Fort Worth has spent over a year trying to figure out how to incorporate transportation network companies such as Uber and Lyft into its vehicle-for-hire ordinance. After hearing the latest proposal on the rules June 7, the City Council still hasn’t come to a consensus.

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American painter Norman Lewis’s work is mostly abstract, but when viewers look closely, they may notice musical instruments, people and even penguins – shapes and figures that are more recognizable after careful observation.

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A black and white sketch of a partially-done mural stretches across the back of the building at 200 Carroll Street, waiting to be filled with color. One part that has been filled in shows the large face of a woman wearing blue sunglasses. On her neck and shoulders are the words, “Don’t quit …

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Nine and 11 were the magic numbers of the Fort Worth city charter election May 7 – voters approved nine of the 11 propositions, and one of the approved propositions would increase the number of city council members from nine to 11.

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The Fort Worth City Council voted April 19 to kick off a series of public hearings for the annexation of 568.14 acres of vacant land to be used for Tarleton State University’s Fort Worth campus as well as other commercial and residential projects. The vote was 8-0, with Councilwoman Gyna Biv…