In response to the devastating tornadoes that affected the City of Canton and surrounding areas last night, the Forney Fire Department
Speaking directly to the voters about the progress made at City Hall within the past two years, Forney residents are currently receiving a two page, “Personal Message from Rick Wilson Mayor of Forney” within their mailboxes.
On Saturday afternoon with rain clouds hovering overhead, Mayor Rick Wilson along with Mayor Pro-tem Ray Stephens and Council Member Scott Regan very boldly endorsed Place 2 Candidate Cheryl Ballard and Place 4 Candidate Jimmy Hanks for election
On Tuesday night Forney City Manager James Fisher requested the council amend the 2017 Operating Budget to allow for additional City Hall staffing.
Addressing the council from the podium, City Manager Fisher stated “What we’re asking for this evening is that we hire some additional personnel this year.
On Tuesday evening the Forney City Council unanimously approved a revised Conditional Use Permit (CUP) needed by RideNow Powersports to complete minor renovations to the unoccupied Village South building in lieu of the previously planned $5 million dollar build out.
On Tuesday night Forney Councilman Scott Regan made council history when he officially made motion to appoint Mayor Pro-tem Ray Stephens to be one of the city’s two appointees to the North Texas Municipal Water District Board of Directors.
Forney ISD recently announced new principals for three schools for the 2017-2018 school year.
The District announced that Dr. Pam Luttrul, currently the Principal at Lewis Elementary School, will be the new Principal at Brown Middle School.
With the May General Election quickly approaching, the Forney Chamber of Commerce hosted a Candidate’s Night forum at Forney High School on Thursday evening
The City of Forney is seeking individuals to serve as volunteer firefighters on the Forney Fire Department (FFD). Historically, volunteer firefighters have played an integral role for the FFD.
Many area motorcyclists will be saddened to hear that Forney will not be getting an Indian motorcycle dealership, after all.
During Thursday evenings meeting, the Forney Planning and Zoning Commission was informed by RideNow Power Sports owner Shaun Simel
On Tuesday night after a lengthy discussion, the Forney City Council voted 5-2 to approve an agreement for the Wynne-Jackson residential development scheduled to be built on FM 548.
Longtime Forney Police veteran officer Pete Delgado has unexpectedly retired after 25 years of service to the citizens of Texas.