On Tuesday, April 4, the Forney ISD Innovation and Design Team reconvened to further discuss the future of education in the district. The meeting was the second in a four-part meeting series that will take place through the month of April.
Later this year, on June 2 and 3, thousands of people will once again gather at the Community Park to enjoy both live music and barbecue.
Forney ISD recently began a new endeavor in an effort to design and develop the future of education in our district. The Innovation and Design Team, consisting of district administrators, teachers, staff members, students, parents, and community members held their first meeting on Tuesday, March 28, 2017.
I wasn’t familiar with the singer /songwriter Drew Kennedy. The town of Forney doesn’t have a clue who Drew Kennedy is. And that’s a crying shame.
The City of Forney Special Events Department is excited to release the movie and music lineups for the popular Movies & Music in the Park events this summer, all of which are held at the Spellman Amphitheater, 241 S. FM 548.
April is Child Abuse Prevention Month and Lone Star CASA is hosting balloon releases in Kaufman and Rockwall counties.
Forney waffle lovers are patiently awaiting the opening of the new Waffle House located on Pinson Road between Taco Bell and Chicken Express.
On Saturday morning under a bright sunny sky, the Forney Youth Baseball Association was excited to kick-off the spring baseball season
The No. 1 British Flying Training School Museum, located in Terrell, Texas, is thrilled to announce its grand re-opening and dedication on Saturday, March 25th at 10 am.
Excited to fulfill a long held dream, local business owner Rita Disspain officially cut the ribbon on her new “Bubble & Squeak Craft Beer and Wine” store on Thursday afternoon.
Hundreds of area residents stopped by to check out the wares at the Forney Arts Council’s, “Downtown Forney Artisan and Farmers Market”, on Saturday afternoon.
Have you spotted one of these cute whimsically painted river rocks around Forney lately?
A group of FAC volunteers and artists have painted and hidden them in places around the community. When you spot one