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Town halls, both live and virtual, to provide information on proposed city budget

A series of town halls to discuss the proposed fiscal year 2021 city budget are planned, Aug. 15-22.
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Learn about conserving water through smart landscaping

A free, informative seminar is designed to provide effective, beneficial ways to use water wisely in your landscape. Don't miss the upcoming YardSmart virtual seminar on Sept. 12.
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Meals to Go service begins at most FWISD campuses Sept. 8

FWISD students may pick up a combination of hot and cold breakfast and lunch meals twice weekly. When the district decides to offer in-person classes, meals will be available to students on campus.
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Library celebrates centennial anniversary of 19th Amendment in virtual event

Join the Library in celebrating at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 15. A doctoral student at TCU will explore how Texas women contributed to the women's suffrage movement.
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Diamond Hill neighbors party to the polls with face masks and sanitizer in hand

Last month's election was not just about a trip to the polls for neighbors in the Diamond Hill community. The neighborhood's successful event focused on encouraging civic engagement and safety amid C…
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City Council workshop preview for Aug. 14

The City Council will conduct a work session at 12:30 p.m. Aug. 14. Social distancing will be in effect, and seating will be limited.
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HSC, Deterra launch campaign to protect families from unused medications

The University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth is teaching families how to properly dispose of unwanted or leftover prescription medications. Distribution of drug deactivation bags…
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Document explains regional funding shortfall in transportation

The North Central Texas Council of Governments has published a fact sheet to explain how transportation needs can be met well into the future. Identifying additional transportation revenue is key to …
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Heat advisory in effect for Tarrant County

With the return of August heat and daily temperatures now approaching 100 degrees, Tarrant County Public Health reminds residents to avoid heat-related illness. Everyone should take precautions, the …
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Free workshops offer financial empowerment

The Neighborhood Services Department is moving its Financial Empowerment Program online in August with two free webinars on Aug. 19 and Aug. 26. Sessions provide understanding of banking basics and c…
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CARES Act funding still available to families

Fort Worth families are encouraged to apply for CARES Act funding. Programs help residents with housing, utilities and household expenses lost due to COVID-19.
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With summer bearing down, MedStar's heat-related calls are on the increase

Prolonged or intense exposure to high temperatures can cause illnesses such as heat exhaustion and heatstroke.
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Fort Worth Water featuring the Drop family in new water conservation series

Among other tips, the Drops will show how to read a water bill, how to conduct the tuna can test and about low-flow showerheads.
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Volunteers clear brush and uncover a hidden path in neighborhood park

Three neighborhoods and the city's parks workers undertook the cleanup to help deter illegal activities and litter.
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Provide online comments on regional transportation issues through Sept. 9

North Texans are invited to comment online on several current transportation planning initiatives. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, NCTCOG meetings and hearings are being conducted virtually.
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