The drawn out sun-drenched days of summer bring in August Dollar Days, presented by Reliant. Named "One of the World's 15 Most Breathtaking Gardens" by Architectural Digest,
Members of the Forney High School Student Council recently gained skills in goal setting, team building, problem solving and project planning though interactive methods at the Texas Association of Student Council (TASC) Leadership Workshop at Stephen F. Austin University in Nacognoches, Texas.
Over the last few years, the face of Downtown Rockwall has been changing, and there's a new project coming up that will continue that transformation.
The voter-approved 2012 Capital Improvement Project (CIP) funded revitalization of Historic Downtown, including the creation of the San Jacinto Plaza outdoor space,
On Saturday night thousands of American’s gathered on the soccer fields of the Forney Community Park in celebration of Independence Day.
The City of Forney Special Events department presented a massive, free, Independence Day Celebration that packed the park
The City of Rockwall has a whole host of activities planned to celebrate the Fourth of July next week.
On Tuesday, July 4, the day starts with a parade at 11 a.m. that begins at Utley Middle School on TL Townsend Drive and ends at Dobbs Elementary on Clark Street.
Establishing a well-earned reputation, the Forney Community Band again presented a lively, patriotic and spiritual performance before a large crowd at the Spellman Amphitheater on Saturday night.
Beginning at eight o’clock, the heat of the day had begun to subside
On June 24 and 25, a young group of residents from Forney took part in the USA Weightlifting Youth National Championships held in Atlanta, Georgia.
Representing the CrossFit Forney Kids Program, 20 Mustang Ct., were
On Friday, June 16th, twelve new volunteers for Lone Star CASA were sworn in by Judge Brett Hall.
Photographed from left to right are: Cathy Stewart, Robin Gordon, Jennifer Williams, Ashley Jamison, Shannon Bennett, Paige Brown,
The Gentle Zoo is proud to announce a sensory tour tailored for those on the autism spectrum! With the help of an Applied Behavior Analysis therapist
Projects intended to help students across the Dallas-Fort Worth area ride their bicycles or walk to school more safely received a significant boost from the Regional Transportation Council recently.
The Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden will kick-off five days of Independence Day events and activities with Family Fun Friday, live blues music, and $2 hot dogs and root beer floats.