Heavily investing in the community, over the past two years Pastor Randy Franklin has spent countless hours breathing new life back into one of Forney's oldest Church’s.
Due to a variety of structural issues, including a sewer problem which at one time flooded the entire basement in four feet of water;
On Saturday morning Forney Girl Scout Troop 1797 hosted an educational birthday celebration in recognition of the life of Girl Scout founder, Juliette Gordon Lowe.
On Thursday afternoon the members of the Forney Chamber of Commerce were enlightened on how the Internet is affecting the local florist business by Kim Franklin, the owner of Kim’s Creations Flowers & Gifts.
On Thursday afternoon citizens living in the downtown area may have noticed a flurry of activity as the City of Forney Public Works Department spent the day erecting Forney’s official Christmas tree.
On Tuesday night the rain held off just long enough for the families of Forney to spend several hours enjoying the centuries old tradition of Trick-or-Treating.
Forney ISD administrators, teachers and students would like to congratulate the Forney High Volleyball team for their win last night over Texas High making them the Bi-District Champions.
Eighteen Kaufman County residents completed their Master Gardener training on Thursday, October 19th. This is the second in-county training program sponsored by the Kaufman County Master Gardener Association. The first, in 2016, had 20 participants.
The Forney Education Foundation recently awarded more than $40,000 in grant money to Forney ISD teachers through the foundation's 2017 Innovative Teacher Grant program.
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas! From November 4 to January 7, the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden welcomes the community to enjoy Holiday at the Arboretum
Claybon Elementary School music teacher and musical theatre director Jennifer Pratt was recently notified that she has been nominated for the 2017-2018 national LifeChanger of the Year Award.
Forney ISD Superintendent Suzanne McWilliams was the Keynote Speaker at the Forney Chamber of Commerce October luncheon, where the veteran educator spoke honestly about the districts safety and security processes, as well as about upcoming plans to open two, 5th and 6th grade only campuses.
With rainy weather threatening overhead, several hundred families from the Grayhawk neighborhood in Forney happily gathered within Classic Industries for National Night Out.