On January 16-17, the North Forney Power Lifting Team hosted and participated in the North Forney Invitational Meet. The schools at the Meet this year were North Forney, Forney High School, Rockwall-Heath, Palmer High School, South Garland, Corsicana Mildred, Royse City, Cedar Hill, and Terrell.
South Garland, Cedar Hill, North Forney, Royse City, and Scurry Rosser just brought Boys Teams to this Meet. Terrell just brought a Girls Team to this Meet.READ MORE...
Police in Rockwall are currently working a multi-vehicle accident on westbound I-30 in the city limits. The wreck involved two 18-wheelers, one of which lost its load and is disabled.
There were no serious injuries, however, the highway is shut down while crews work to clean up the food products on the road.
A donation shortfall over the winter holidays is prompting the American Red Cross to issue an emergency call for blood donors to give now to prevent a blood shortage from continuing throughout winter and affecting patient care.
Heritage Land Bank is proud to support area youth by offering over $10,000 in scholarships to 2019 graduating seniors.
Four (4) scholarships in the amount of $2,500 each will be awarded to graduating high school seniors who meet the eligibility requirements.
Local, small, minority, and women-owned businesses are invited to participate in the City of Dallas Office of Business Diversity’s Availability and Disparity Study.
Rockwall Mayor Jim Pruitt has appointed decorated Vietnam War hero, Joseph P. Lynch, to the Housing Authority Board. The board oversees the dwellings set aside for elderly and needy residents in the City of Rockwall.
Students representing each of Forney's schools were on hand at Monday night’s school board meeting to recognize the hard work and dedication of the Forney ISD Board of Trustee members.
Last week the members of the Forney Chamber of Commerce gathered for their first monthly luncheon of the New Year and were educated on several pitfalls within the health care industry by Health Economist Devin Herrick.
On January 15, the North Forney Lady Falcon basketball team rallied to defeat Lancaster by a count of 53-50.
Entering the 4th quarter, Lancaster led 42-32. However, the Lady Falcons outscored the Lady Tigers 21-8 in the final frame to ultimately win this game in come back fashion.
On Monday night former Forney ISD Superintendent Suzanne McWilliams presented former Forney ISD Board President Keith Bell with the Forney Family Legacy Award.