Monday May 13
San Marino Tribune
Firefighter Pancake Breakfast Set for Saturday, May 18
PRIME TICKET: Mayor Richard Ward, third from right, purchases the first ticket to the San Marino Firefighter Association's annual Pancake Breakfast, which is scheduled for Saturday, May 18 from 7:00 - 11:00 a.m. PICTURED ABOVE, left to right, are Firefighter/Paramedic Sam Benites, Firefighter - Paramedic Shawn Stewart, Firefighter - Paramedic and ... (more)
Cole, Romero for H-E-B schools
We need to stop electing candidates based on the number of campaign signs they put around Bedford.
Early voting for Saturday's local election ends Tuesday.
Early voting for the May 11 election runs through May 7. Voting times are 7 a.m. - 7 p.m. Monday and Tuesday.
Keller ISD seeks community input in survey
Keller district officials are hoping for widespread input in the first community survey that will be coordinated by K12 Insight, a research firm specializing in educational surveys.
Two Shot Outside Hurst Home
A man thought to be upset over a relationship opened fire on a couple outside a house in Hurst Sunday night, critically injuring them.
Work on North Tarrant Express hasn't starved cities' restaurant business
Two things kept Cheddar's Casual Café in town despite the dust and detours delivered by a highway expansion project, said Chef Robert Pesch.
Modern Tire Dealer
ASA has a new board of directors
ASA's new board of directors from left to right: Roy Schnepper, AAM, secretary/treasurer; Gary Keyes, AAM, general director; Donny Seyfer, AAM, chairman-elect; Dan Stander, AAM, Collision Division director; Darrell Amberson, AAM, chairman; Bob Wills, AAM, general director; and Ron Nagy, AAM, past chairman.
Cheers and Jeers
To the traffic signals on the new Hurstview Drive bridge in Hurst. They will make driving much safer in the immediate neighborhood since some folks have a tendency to roll through, or completely ignore, stop signs.