Use of Force Reports from 2018 Comparable to 2017

With the calendar year more than halfway through, the Southlake Police Department continues to monitor all proofs required by CALEA (Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies) to maintain our Gold Standard Accreditation.  Earlier this year, on March 24th, 2018 Southlake received our 6th reaccreditation, extending our streak to 21 years in a row. One […]

Find out about infrastructure improvements in the Ridglea area

The city will replace existing water and sewer lines and rehabilitate the streets in the Ridglea area. Affected streets include: Olive Place from Hemsell Place to Curzon Avenue. Tex Boulevard from Elizabeth Lane West to Calmont Avenue. Mary’s Lane from Greenway Road to Garland Avenue. Ridglea Avenue from Kenwick Avenue to Locke Avenue and from […]

Smart Market Arrives at TCC

Tarrant County College students now have a chance to get healthy snacks and drinks at all times, thanks to the new Smart Market systems installed at multiple campuses. This new self-checkout micro-market features five vending machines and a coffee station that offers freshly brewed coffee, according to Ray Allison, one of the leads on the […]

Dragon Baseball Wins Third State Championship

The 2018 Dragon Baseball team has officially added their team to the Carroll history books joining the 1982 and the 2002 baseball state champion teams. The Dragons defeated the Rattlers from San Antonio Reagan on Saturday to clinch the school’s third state championship in baseball and it’s first in 16 years. From the first at-bat on Saturday, […]

Lane Closures on Brumlow Avenue Starting Week of June 11

TEXRail has announced lane closures on Brumlow Avenue starting the week of June 11, 2018 in preparation for the installation of the rail crossing, utility and paving improvements near the intersection of SH 26. These Phase 1 lane closures include the northbound left land and southbound double left lane closures on Brumlow, as well as […]

Sue McLean recognized for her commitment to Fairmount neighborhood

Sue McLean, a dedicated volunteer in Fort Worth’s Fairmount Neighborhood Association, is among this year’s three inductees into Neighborhoods USA (NUSA)’s Who’s Who in America’s Neighborhoods recognition program. NUSA honored McLean with the award at its 43rd annual conference in Birmingham, Ala. McLean has been a neighborhood volunteer since she moved to the Fairmount neighborhood […]

TCC Trustee Bill Greenhill Elected Chair of CCATT

Tarrant County College Trustee Bill Greenhill has been named chair of the Community College Association of Texas Trustees (CCATT) for the next two calendar years. He was officially installed as CCATT’s new chair during the organization’s annual conference held over the weekend in Fort Worth. Greenhill was elected to the CCATT board in 2012 and […]