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Selwyn's University Drive property could face foreclosure
The West University Drive property that once housed Selwyn College Preparatory School could be foreclosed on.
Blotter: Man suffers minor injuries after car stalls on train track in Lake Dallas
No one was seriously injured Tuesday morning after a DCTA A-train hit a Mercury Grand Marquis in Lake Dallas.
Judge Horn limits speakers at start of meetings to five
County Judge Mary Horn is now limiting the number of people who can speak at the start of commissioners meetings to five. She's allowing everyone else to speak after the meeting. The speakers will be determined on a first-come, first-served basis, she said.
Denton's public cemetery fees to increase
Denton County reports 8th human case of West Nile virus
Denton City Council renews energy conservation program
Denton will offer incentives for electric vehicles for the first time next year, part of a budget boost to the city's GreenSense program.
7.1 magnitude quake kills at least 149 as buildings crumble in Mexico
A powerful earthquake shook central Mexico on Tuesday, collapsing buildings in plumes of dust and killing at least 149 people.
Behrens moves from fire marshal to assistant parks director
Senate leader praises revived GOP health law repeal drive
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Volleyball: Ryan's district win streak moves to 16 with win over Sherman
Volleyball: Denton falls in five sets to Denison
Notebook: Littrell confident special teams performance will improve
TWU notebook: Volleyball looks to build off upset win against No. 5 Angelo State
Weekend recap: And then there were two
Ryan Webster: Not as seen on TV
Often people's perspectives of the litigation process are shaped by TV. Although the entertainment industry does a great job of entertaining us with legal drama, it is rarely accurate.
DBC: Calendar of Events
Denton Chamber of Commerce will host a membership mixer at Stoke, 608 E. Hickory St., suite 128.
Shannon Mantaro: Helping women-owned businesses thrive in Texas
Women-owned businesses continue to be a growing force in the United States economy. According to the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO), there are an estimated 9.4 million businesses that are owned by women, which have an economic impact of $1.5 trillion in sales and account for nearly eight million jobs. And these staggering numbers are likely to continue to grow.
DBC: What's open, what's closed
Mable Peabody's Beaty Parlor and Chainsaw Repair, a gay bar that was open for nearly 40 years in Denton, has not reopened since its rumored last night in business over Labor Day Weekend. The bar was a longtime refuge for the LGBTQ community and frequently held drag shows, comedy performances and other events at their space, 1125 E. University Dr.
Area chamber roundup
Happy Fall! We are approaching that perfect-weather-to-be-outside time of year, and there is no shortage of activities going on in the area to enjoy.