The bi-monthly meeting of the Forney City Council was held on Tuesday night and citizens packed the audience to hear their elected officials debate an agenda that consisted of nine Consent Items, nine Public Hearings and five Action Items.
Ranking easily as the most interesting discussion of the night, Public Hearing #8 required the City Council “to consider approval of an Ordinance rezoning 108-2 acres of land from a Mixed-Use District to a Planned Development District with single family, multi-family and commercial uses.”READ MORE...
US Highway 75 in Collin County will soon become more free-flowing, thanks to a breakthrough agreement to add capacity to the crucial north-south freeway.
A plan to improve reliability along a stretch of US 75 between the Sam Rayburn Tollway and Interstate Highway 635 will be moving forward
Dallas Animal Services (DAS) has been selected as a finalist in the Petco Foundation’s 2019 Innovation Showdown and will have the chance to compete for $450,000 in lifesaving funds.
From the hundreds of idea submissions across the country, two finalists (including DAS) and seven wildcard contenders were selected.
On Tuesday night one Forney property owner stood up to the City Council to explain that he isn’t interested in being involuntarily annexed into the city limits, and to publicly explain how the development agreement being offered him by city attorney Jon Thatcher isn’t in his best interest.
On Tuesday, March 19, every campus in the Forney Independent School District announced their 2018-19 Campus Teacher of the Year.
Teachers of the Year in Forney ISD are nominated and selected based on having a strong sense of value, integrity, and professional ethics.
Attorney General Ken Paxton today commended the Fugitive Apprehension Unit of his office for reaching a major milestone since its inception in 2003.
The Forney High Jackrabbits went 3-1-1 in the Corsicana Tournament. They registered victories over Tyler Lee (Twice by counts of 4-3 and 9-6 respectively) and Red Oak (8-2). They also tied Waxahachie (6-6) and lost to Corsicana (5-2).
On Saturday, March 16th, Forney Lady Rabbit junior Sadie Hewitt won the 5A State Championship in her 220 lb. weight class at the Girls State Power Lifting Meet in Waco, Texas.
William Neil “Doc” Gallagher, who promotes his investment business on Christian radio and in books like “Jesus Christ, Money Master,” has been arrested to face first-degree state felony charges of securities fraud and money laundering in Dallas County.
The Forney High School Softball Team has been selected as the Section 6 recipient of the “National High School Spirit of Sport Award” by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS).