Namesake of Webb Elementary in Arlington dies at 90

| |Wednesday, Oct. 01, 2014

John Mitchell Webb Jr., a former Arlington High School principal and a district administrator, died Tuesday.

Grand Prairie man sending $2.8 million worth of medicine to Liberia

| |Wednesday, Oct. 01, 2014

The little nonprofit Andy Perkins set up in 2004 is sending almost $3 million worth of medicine to the West African nation of Liberia this week to help victims of the Ebola epidemic.

Film in Dallas to benefit anti-trafficking organization

| |Wednesday, Oct. 01, 2014

Proceeds from the premiere of 8 Days in Dallas will benefit Traffick911, a North Texas anti-human-trafficking organization that operates a shelter

Arlington schools decide against shared math workbooks

| |Tuesday, Sep. 30, 2014

Elementary students will get their own copy to use in class.

Arlington mayor already faces challenger in next May’s race

| |Monday, Sep. 29, 2014

Jeff Williams, a longtime business and community leader, announced Monday that he plans to run for Arlington mayor.

Teen shot and killed in Arlington

| |Monday, Sep. 29, 2014

Marcus Robinson, 16, died at an Arlington hospital about a half-hour after the shooting outside an Arlington condo.

Arlington school board named tops in state

| |Saturday, Sep. 27, 2014

The Texas Association of School Administrators gave the honor out of 1,027 districts in the state.

Arlington teacher volunteers to transfer so colleague can stay

| |Friday, Sep. 26, 2014

Desira Berry will stay at Swift Elementary School, while Tammy Welborne will move as part of the district’s “leveling” process.

Mansfield teacher’s death ruled suicide

| |Thursday, Sep. 25, 2014

A teacher who committed suicide in Archer County Sunday had taught at Cora Spencer Elementary School for two years. He was under investigation for indecency with a child, officials have said.

Midcentury modern homes gain popularity

| |Thursday, Sep. 25, 2014

As Fort Worth homes from the ’50s and ’60s attract a new generation of owners, historic preservationists worry about how many of these Mad Men-era houses can be saved from the wrecking ball.