David Barton established Aledo-based WallBuilders.
The full story on his organization is in this week's edition of The Community News.
Vandagriff Elementary School students raised money for the Jump Rope for Heart Fundraiser. As a reward, students got to pie their teachers.
It's all over. Lynn Marie Johnson has won the runoff election over incumbent Melvin Simons for the Parker County Precinct 4 Justice of the Peace position.
Johnson capped off the night with 757 votes. Simons ended the night with 456 votes.
Full story in this week's edition of The Community News.
After months of campaigning, it all comes down to tonight.
Who will take the title in Parker County as Precinct 4 Justice of the Peace?
Will it be the 85-year-old incumbent Melvin Simons or will it be 50-year-old attorney Lynn Marie Johnson?
Follow The Community News tonight at community-news.com with live updates as the votes are tallied.
You'll be the first to see the numbers and who's winning the race as it heats up in its final hours.
The new facility will feature rehabilitation and counseling services.
Caution is advised when cycling down Parker County roads.
Sixty percent of the FM-1187 plan has been submitted to TXDOT. Bids are slated to go out next year.
The Bearcats lost to Midlothian for the second consecutive year in soccer.
Students raised money for Haiti and donated it to the American Red Cross.
Willow Park wants to build a wastewater treatment plant in Aledo's ETJ. Instead of consulting with city officials, Willow Park went straight to the TCEQ.