This Week's Hot Headlines
New BBQ joint fires up this week's 5 hottest Fort Worth headlines
Editor's note: A lot happened this week, so here's your chance to get caught up. Read on for the week's most popular headlines.
1. Acclaimed BBQ joint gains something extra at new North Richland Hills spot. One of the most popular barbecue joints in northeast Tarrant County has a new home, complete with a luxury it's never had before: a dining room. Berry Best BBQ, a family-run barbecue spot from Watauga, has moved into a new location at 7509 Boulevard 26 in North Richland Hills.
2. Fort Worth chef comes to the rescue with snappy restaurant in the Stockyards. American comfort food has arrived at the Fort Worth Stockyards, where chef Marcus Paslay has opened his newest restaurant. Called Provender Hall, it's open at 122 E. Exchange Ave., in Mule Alley, the former mule and horse barns now restored into a splendid collection of shops and restaurants.
3. This Fort Worth hospital ranks No. 1 in the nation, says new report. A new report ranks one Fort Worth hospital as the very best in the U.S. when it comes to serving patients and the community as a whole. The think tank The Lown Institute has unveiled its Lown Institute Hospitals Index, which evaluated more than 3,000 U.S. hospitals. Fort Worth's JPS Health Network ranks No. 1 on the list of the top U.S. hospitals overall.
4. Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani heat up Fort Worth drive-in with summer concert. Country star and The Voice coach Blake Shelton will become the latest musician to jump on the drive-in concert trend on July 25, when an all-new performance will be broadcast to drive-in theaters around the country — including Fort Worth's Coyote Drive-In. The concert will also feature special guests Gwen Stefani and Trace Adkins.
5. New Zillow study shows how fast homes are selling in Dallas-Fort Worth. Have the stay-at-home orders this spring convinced you it's time to buy a house, or upgrade to a bigger one? You're not alone — a new report from Zillow shows that Dallas-Fort Worth homes are flying off the market at their fastest pace in more than two years.