Presenting “Little Shop of Horrors” for three nights at the FHS Performing Arts Theater, the FHS Jackrabbit Players have procured an ensemble cast of talented actors to provide a smash hit performance of a musical comedy about a geeky botanist who grows a man-eating plant.
The Kaufman County Republican Party will be hosting their second Candidate's Forum on Thursday night January 25th at Kaufman High School.
The voters of Forney may find particular interest in this forum due to the many Forney residents seeking election within the upcoming primary election.
At 8:45 a.m., the Forney Fire Department responded to call at the Baylor, Scott & White Hospital, 757 E. Highway 80, of a strong odor and possible gas leak.
Upon arrival, the entire building was evacuated, and mutual aid was called to the Dallas Fire Department HAZMAT team.
The Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden, often listed among the top 10 public display gardens in the country, set a record with 40,000 member families for the first time ever. This news comes on the heels of the garden reaching more than one million visitors from more than 90 countries for the second year in a row in 2017.
During Monday night's school board meeting, FISD Fine Arts Director Mario Luna requested the district recognize the Forney High School Marching Band for competing in the state UIL competition for their fifth time.
Contributing to the ongoing revitalization of downtown, fine dining has finally arrived in Forney with the grand opening of Eno’s Pizza Tavern located at 215 South Bois d’Arc Street.
A truly collaborative effort between Eno’s Pizza Tavern owner’s Shane Spillers and Donna Spillers and the Forney Economic Development Corporation,
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The second location of Eno’s Pizza Tavern will soft open in historic downtown Forney this month with a series of fundraising preview dinners to help introduce the restaurant to local diners while giving back to the community.
The preview dinners will take place in late December, benefiting local Forney nonprofit organizations.
Sharing their Christmas spirit with those in need, on Wednesday afternoon the Forney Food Pantry received a truck load of food donated by several big hearted Forney residents and businesses.
During the Chamber of Commerce December Luncheon, Forney ISD Fine Arts Director Mario Luna was excited to introduce Forney’s new middle school choir director, Sam Brukhman.
On December 9, 2017 after an extended illness the Lord called home longtime Forney resident Don Tate Cates.
Don Tate Cates served the Forney community in several capacities throughout his life.
A practicing attorney, Cates served as Mayor of Forney during the 1980’s, as the towns Municipal Court judge for over a decade,