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Fort Worth Literacy Partnership is now Read Fort Worth

The Fort Worth Literacy Partnership unveiled a new name — Read Fort Worth —and a graphic identity that reflects its commitment to seeing that 100 percent of Fort Worth ISD children are reading on grade level by third grade.

Posted Sept. 25, 2017

East Rosedale construction underway

The city has scheduled a community meeting to update residents about construction of East Rosedale Street from Miller Avenue to Loop 820. The meeting is scheduled for 6 p.m. Oct. 12.

Posted Sept. 25, 2017

Know your watering days

It’s been several weeks since Fort Worth has seen a decent rainfall, so now is a good time to review watering days. Watering on just one of the two days allowed may be sufficient as Fort Worth moves into the cooler fall months.

Posted Sept. 22, 2017

Hearing on proposed alternate tax rate canceled

A required quorum of the City Council was not present. The Council will vote on the original proposed tax rate on Tuesday.

Posted Sept. 22, 2017

A visual emergency alert for Fort Worth residents now available

When outdoor warning sirens are activated, many people with a sensory disability living or working in Fort Worth will not receive the alert. DeafLink is a free program that provides notices to deaf, hard of hearing and blind residents.

Posted Sept. 22, 2017

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817-392-8889

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  • Michelle Gutt
    Director of Communications & Public Engagement
    Phone: 817-392-8889
  • Cindy Vasquez
    Media Coordinator
    Phone: 817-392-8889

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