The Forney City Council recently held the first of two required public hearings on the proposed annexation of three pieces of undeveloped property located adjacent to the city limits.
City Attorney Jon Thatcher described each of the properties being considered for annexation during the November 6, 2018 council meeting.
Thatcher said “This is the first public hearing required of two public hearings on any annexation.READ MORE...
On November 14th, Judge Brett Hall sworn in the largest class of Lone Star CASA volunteers to date. Volunteers not only complete 30+ hours of online and classroom training but observe court, tour a CPS office and visit a children’s emergency shelter.
Last week the Forney City Council voted 4-0 to adopt an ordinance that "time limits" parking within Forney’s historic downtown area.
Addressing the Council who was absent Mayor Rick Wilson and Council Member's Cory McGee and Kevin Moon, new City Manager Tony Carson
For several months now Forney Council Member Mary Penn has been spearheading the idea of building a connector roadway from Longhorn Street to the westbound US Highway 80 service road.
At their Wednesday night November 14, 2018 meeting, the Forney Parks and Recreation Department will discuss and consider plans for a new North Side Community Park which currently has an estimated cost ranging between thirty-two and forty-two million dollars.
While Keviah Ealy is no stranger to greatness, it has to be pretty special to be honored with your very own day, especially at the age of 14! At its previous meeting, the Rockwall City Council proclaimed Monday, November 5, as Keviah Ealy Recognition Day.
The marvels of modern medicine include the ability to transfuse living tissue – blood – from one person to another. Volunteer blood donors, like those in Terrell make it possible to treat acute disease, chronic conditions, even cancers. That is a reason to give countless thanks.
November is National Adoption Month, and Lone star CASA is working to inform the public of the urgent need for families to support vulnerable children in the foster care system.
Kaufman High School stopped a potential game-tying two-point conversion try in the final minutes of this game by Forney High School to escape with a narrow 28-26 victory.
Running amuck with three members of the elected City Council absent, Tuesday nights council meeting was led by Council Member Mary Penn and incredibly a very interesting