During tonight’s bi-monthly meeting of the Forney City Council it is expected that the council will finalize their pay-off to the Leon Capital Group by approving the Forney Economic Development Corporation to enter into a 380 Economic Development Agreement for the development of two fast food restaurants.
Unlike two weeks ago when the City Council voted 6-1 in front of an almost empty room to pay this developer approximately $400,000 from the city's coffers, without ever conducting a public discussionREAD MORE...
The Forney City Council has six public hearings scheduled as part of their Tuesday night August 21, 2018 council meeting, and two of these hearings pertain to a increase in property tax as described in the proposed 2018-2019 FY Operating Budget.
Reportedly “this budget will raise more total property taxes than last year's budget by $1,023,068 or 12.10% and of that $540,705 is tax revenue to be raised from
Students in Forney ISD returned to school on Monday, Aug. 20 to hundreds of smiling, excited teachers, administrators and school employees.
In addition, community members from a number of local organizations and churches also joined Forney ISD employees at schools across the District shaking hands, opening car doors, giving high fives and wishing all of the students another fun and exciting school year.
Dallas City Hall has announced that a series of Town Hall meetings will be held in an effort to hear from the taxpayers regarding the adoption of the FY 2018-2019 Budget.
The taxpayers of Dallas have two options to provide feedback to the City of Dallas on the FY 2018-2019 Budget as recommended by Dallas City Manager T. C. Broadnax.
On Thursday evening retired Forney educator Grace Johnson was the keynote speaker at the “Third Thursday Evening at the Spellman Museum" cultural gathering.
A lovely reception and book signing was hosted jointly by the Spellman Museum and the Forney Arts Council and to the delight of many guests, retired Forney ISD teacher Grace Johnson enthusiastically discussed her recently released first novel “Darkness on the Delta.”
Work is kicking off on the reconstruction of SH 276 to FM 549 in Rockwall. The project will widen the roadway to a four-lane highway with a center median and sidewalks.
SH 276 will be realigned between SH 205 and Wildrose Drive. Intersections will be constructed at Faircrest Drive and Graystone Drive and the SH 276/SH 205 intersection will be relocated south to connect to Sids Road.
On Tuesday evening the Forney ISD presented STEAMfest 2018 at North Forney High School to the delight of a great many of Forney’s elementary school students.
Offering a large variety of hands-on educational booths that promoted learning and problem solving skills in a fun-time environment,
On September 22, the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden will be a part of the Hispanic Heritage Celebration with its first annual Quinceañera Fashion Show.
At 10 a.m., selected participants will walk the stage in Rosine Hall, showcasing their beautiful and colorful quinceañera dresses.
On Tuesday night the Forney City Council selected a tentative design for the upgrade and re-installation of the Lady Liberty Statue that has for many years graced the east bound Highway 80 entrance to Forney.