Fall has arrived and with it our annual cleanup events, electronic recycling, paper shredding events and more! The upcoming events are below.
On September 5 th, North Forney High School seniors Devin Beamon and Hunter Davis were recognized at the Military Order of World Wars Luncheon.
On Saturday, August 19, 2017, Ann and Bob Moreau of Coppell and Vivian and Don Themer of Forney, children of Marian (Mrs.
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First United Methodist Church, located at 414 W. Broad St., welcomed Forney ISD employees back to school with breakfast in the McLain Family Life Center Friday morning, Aug. 18.
The Forney Community Band wrapped up their fourth summer season at the Spellman Amphitheater on July 30.
FORNEY, TX,— Ridgecrest Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center has been recognized as a 2017 recipient of the Bronze Commitment to Quality Award for its dedication to improving the lives of residents
Ron Hoestery had gone to a party. Hoesterey wasn’t sure just what kind of a party it was, but as soon as he pulled up to park, he began to feel intimidated.
All concrete work to replace parking areas and the sidewalk on the west side of S. Bois d’Arc from Front St. to Trinity St. had been completed by Friday.
On Saturday, Aug. 5, the Sharing the Love Foundation recognized and installed its 2017-2018 Young Ambassador officers and members in a program held in the Council chamber at City Hall.
With several weeks of work now completed, the section of S. Bois d’Arc between Trinity and Front Streets was looking more like a real street by Friday morning.
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FORNEY, TX— The Forney Fire Department (FFD) was recently notified that the department would be receiving a three-year grant from the Federal Emergency Management Agency that would provide a substa
An artist with a studio located less than a mile outside Kaufman County has produced a piece of art that is now on permanent display alongside the caboose in “Cary’s Corner”, the miniature park to
(FORNEY, Texas)—Texas teens across the state gained skills in goal setting, team building, problem solving, and project planning though interactive methods at Texas Association of Student Council (