Sure to be a hotly outspoken political race, the five o'clock deadline to submit an application for the City Council election has passed and area voters will be excited to hear that three highly respected Forney resident's have filed candidate applications.
The voters should be thrilled to discover incumbent Council Member's Shaun Myers, Kevin Moon and David Johnson and Mayor Rick Wilson will all be challenged for their council seats.READ MORE...
On Friday, February 15th in an Area Playoff Game, the North Forney Lady Falcon basketball team defeated state ranked Lufkin High School by a count of 54-48.
On Friday, February 15 in a battle between the top two teams in District 13-5A right now, the North Forney Lady Falcon soccer team defeated the Forney Lady Rabbits via a penalty kick shootout.
The Forney Municipal Court of Record No. 1 located at 331 S. FM 548 (Forney Justice Center) will participate in the 2019 Great Warrant Round-Up when it begins on March 1, 2019.
On February 23 and 24, the Community Park, 241 S. FM 548, will host the Protection Sports Association (PSA) K9 Dallas Trial from 8 a.m to 5 p.m.
The City Council approved a 5-year contract with Spectra Venue Management to manage the day-to-day client and facility operations of the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center Dallas
Local, small, minority, and women-owned businesses are invited to participate in the City of Dallas Office of Business Diversity’s Availability and Disparity Study.
Heritage Land Bank announced it will pay $3.5 million in cash patronage to its customers in April 2019. This year’s patronage distribution represents 70 basis points and is based on the association’s solid 2018 net earnings of $7.83 million and total assets of $524 million.
Attorney General Ken Paxton announced that the Texas 6th District Court of Appeals in Texarkana issued an opinion yesterday stating that Kilgore ISD had no right to reject or lower local option homestead exemptions for taxpayers in Gregg County.
A Home-Rule Municipal, the City of Forney has increased in population at an alarming rate within the past several years and all the decisions made regarding the directional development of Forney have been voted upon by the Mayor and member's of the Forney City Council.
However, the taxpayers of Forney employ a group of individuals who bring forth the project ideas