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Keller, Texas is located in Tarrant County. Zip codes in Keller, TX include 76248, 76244, and 76262. The median home price in Keller is $410,000 which is roughly $105/per square foot. More Keller information.

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1 hr ago |

Ann Gibson blazed a trail for women in business

In 1964, at a time when many women couldn't sign their own checks, Ms. Gibson opened the Ann Gibson Insurance Agency.


5 hrs ago |

Career training courses prepare students for world of work

Bailey Hoseney is getting a chance to work at her dream job, running live video feeds and editing instant replays of exciting football action on a jumbo screen in a stadium. Hoseney, a senior at Timber Creek High School, is part of a crew of several dozen students from all four Keller district high schools who have been trained to run the new video scoreboard at Keller ISD Stadium.


9 hrs ago |

Keller students paying tribute at home to 9-11 tragedy

Earlier this month, a group of friends gathered at one student's home to discuss what 9-11 meant to them and how to honor those who died in the 2001 terrorist attacks. They not only wanted to pay tribute some way, but sought to learn more about the tragedy that occurred when the eldest of the six was only in preschool.


10 hrs ago |

Editorial: Keller ISD's classic clash over debt

Plenty of signs say the $169.5 million bond election put before Keller school district residents in the Nov. 4 election might be defeated. It is a classic encounter between today's prevailing political philosophies, between people who believe that government spends too much and must be trimmed back, versus people who believe that real needs - most especially in education - must be met.


Fri Sep 12, 2014

Keller ISDa s classic clash about debt

Plenty of signs say the $169.5 million bond election put before Keller school district residents in the Nov. 4 election might be defeated. It will be a classic encounter between today's prevailing political philosophies, between people who believe government spends too much and must be trimmed back versus people who believe real needs - most especially in education - must be met.


New charter school generates traffic woes in far north Fort Worth

Officials and residents are looking for ways to calm the chaos on roads around a new charter school in far north Fort Worth. The International Leadership of Texas-Keller opened Aug. 21 with about 1,300 students in kindergarten through eighth grade.


Wed Sep 10, 2014

D Magazine

Moviehouse & Eatery Opens Dine-in Cinema in Keller

Moviehouse & Eatery will open for business on November 7 at 250 Rufe Snow Drive in Keller. The location is 42,000 square feet and will feature 8 theaters with 900 leather recliners.


Tue Sep 09, 2014

Construction constricts traffic near some Keller ISD campuses

Ongoing construction projects and a shortage of crossing guards have added to the existing back-to-school traffic woes in Keller ISD. The biggest trouble spot is Keller Hicks Road, which is closed west of Trinity Meadows Intermediate School for the construction of a new water main.


Keller named to scenic, great place to live lists

ZOOMtens, a variety, news and entertainment website started in June 2014 that provides top 10 lists of topics ranging from the most ridiculous things that Kanye West says to the top 10 best vegan milks on the planet, gave kudos to the Tarrant County city. Keller was named fifth of the 10 best cities in America to raise a family.


Three vie for Keller City Council Place 2 seat

Three residents who have filed to run in the November special election to fill the Place 2 seat on the Keller City Council say they are seeking to improve the city where they live. Former Mayor Pro Tem Gary Reaves announced last month that he was leaving the Council to pursue "significant professional opportunities."


Hero Next Door: Kevin Kinley

Parents, help students select safe spots along the walk where kids can go if they feel threatened. Have an interesting colleague, neighbor or friend who devotes countless hours to doing good works in the community, who personifies words like "courage" and "endurance" or who quietly specializes in making Keller a better place for others? Nominate them for our regular feature "Hero Next Door."


Sun Sep 07, 2014 |

Fresh tomatoes glisten in the sunlight at the Haslet Community Farmers Market Saturday, Sept. 6, at the Haslet Community Park, 301 First St., Haslet, TX.


Tue Sep 02, 2014

WFAA-TV Dallas

Ex-Carroll student arrested over threats

Southlake police arrest ex-student for alleged threats Hudson Bales, 18, was booked at the Keller jail on charges of terroristic threat and harassment.


CBS Local

Southlake Police Arrest Ex-Student For Alleged Threats

The Southlake Department of Public Safety said a former Carroll Independent School District student was arrested Tuesday after allegedly sending threatening messages via social media to a current student at Carroll Senior High School.


Keller ISD trustees approve a budget close to $250 million

At a special meeting Thursday, Keller trustees approved a $249.5 million budget for 2014-15 that includes a 3 percent raise for all employees and additional teachers, counselors and materials to implement the provisions of House Bill 5. The tax rate remains unchanged at $1.04 for daily operations and 50 cents for bond debt, both at the state ... (more)


Baylor Grapevine awards $25,000 to Keller schools

With $25,000 the Keller school district won recently in the Baylor Regional Medical Center at Grapevine's Lifestyle Improvement Challenge, district officials plan to encourage families to adopt healthy habits.


Veterans celebrated at Legacy at Bear Creek

At a luncheon paying tribute to veterans residing at Legacy at Bear Creek Assisted Living and Memory Care, 94-year-old Bob Byington said his Purple Heart and Distinguished Flying Cross made him no more a hero than the other veterans seated at his table for lunch.


Sat Aug 30, 2014

Trenton's being watched

Army senior running back Trenton Turrentine is included on the watch list for the second-annual Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award.


Wed Aug 27, 2014

From Bubbles to Brews

Tucked into pastoral North Keller among the tree-dotted hills, multi-acre lots and comfortable family homes, a spring flows up from honeycombed beds of sandstone and silt.


A chat with author Deborah Crombie

There's no place that Deborah Crombie would rather live than Texas - and no place she'd rather write about than merry old, murder-filled England.



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