“I’m in Terrell today, right off of I-20, very near Buccee’s. And what am I here to show you?
I’m here to show you all the new commercial retail development the City of Terrell is getting.
They're getting a movie theater with a bowling alley, and a Ross and a Hobby Lobby. And I believe they will be getting a new hotel, as well."
On Tuesday afternoon Forney EDC Executive Director Warren Ketteman was the Keynote Speaker at the Forney Area Networking Group
Approximately $175,000 for Terrell Municipal Airport was approved by the Texas Transportation Commission at its August meeting.
Several representatives from local and surrounding fire, police and emergency organizations recently gathered at the administration building in Forney ISD to meet with District officials to discuss safety items across the District.
On Saturday morning about a dozen Grayhawk residents met poolside with City Council Member Shaun Myers in an effort to hear Myers option on why homeowners water bills have been “spiking” for the past few months.
Hey Forney, this is Denise Bell coming to you from Main Street in downtown Forney.
I’m directly across the street from Forney City Hall because I want to personally welcome Forney’s newest City Manager Anthony Carson to our community.
From Friday, August 24, 2018 at 9 p.m. to Saturday, Aug. 25 at 5 a.m. westbound Spur 557 will be closed from I-20 to US 80 in Kaufman County.
Additionally, the westbound entrance ramp to I-20 at Rosehill Road and the westbound entrance ramps to Spur 557 at FM 148 and at Los Lomas Road (CR 305) will be closed.
These closures are needed to install an overhead roadway sign.
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 discussion
Students in Forney ISD returned to school on Monday, Aug. 20 to hundreds of smiling, excited teachers, administrators and school employees.
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.