Last Wednesday started out as any normal day for Centennial High School students.
Calling all Burlesonites ages 13 to 18. The Mayor’s Youth Council is looking for applicants and there is just a few days left to apply.
Three U.S. Air Force airmen with Burleson connections have graduated from basic military training.
Politics in Texas have always been contentious and this political season is no different. With the primaries behind us, many people are wondering what can be expected in November.
Foster and adoption agency ‘A World for Children’ opens new office in Burleson, seeks foster families
“Fostering and adopting a child is a beautiful thing,” Patti Rooks, regional director for A World for Children, said. “I’m just so glad we are here in Burleson now.”
Sixteen positions are open as part of the inaugural Burleson Works scholarship program.
Staff at the Burleson Star want Burleson ISD seniors to be able to keep up with community news while they are away at college and has announced a groundbreaking project - a free subscription to the
Texas was the first state in the country to hold primary elections for the 2018 election cycle on Tuesday.
The weather outside may have been frightful, but the north Texas area and Burleson received much needed rain last week. Since Feb. 20, Burleson got 5.5 inches of rain, the bulk of it on Feb.
Democratic U.S. Senate hopeful Beto O’Rouke has been criss-crossing the state on the campaign trail and stopped in Burleson on Saturday.