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Denton utility deposits a burden for some
The Barnett family’s electricity and garbage bill often comes in higher than the monthly payment for their mobile home in southern Denton. The city's credit and collection policies make it even tougher for families like theirs.
UNT to have first stand-alone dining hall by 2020
The University of North Texas will add a new 36,200-square-foot dining facility in January 2020 to replace the Kerr Hall.
Longtime local business owner dies at 87
Brian Briscoe recalled his father, Jack Edward Briscoe, as a devoted businessman who told masterful stories and volunteered in Denton schools long after his own children graduated. Jack Briscoe, the former owner of Briscoe Alignment & Tire, died Wednesday. He was 87.
Blotter: Aubrey woman dies after three-car crash near Krum
After Sutherland Springs shooting, Cornyn files bill on background checks
Fights, sex, drugs: Texas juvenile lockup on the verge of crisis, reports show
The Gainesville State School for delinquent juveniles has been on the verge of crisis for more than a year, according to interviews and hundreds of pages of documents obtained by The Dallas Morning News. The youths — and staff who are supposed to protect them — are often abused and victimized.
Rape suspect Thompson among high-profile cases slated for Feb. 5 trials
Rape suspect Earl Leroy Thompson Jr. is among three high-profile cases slated for a jury trial in Denton on Feb. 5.
Reports swirl of Manson’s ill health
Medical City Denton now Level II trauma center
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Volleyball: Argyle shocks Glen Rose to advance to state final
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UNT on roll heading into C-USA volleyball tourney
Football: Guyer looks to remain unbeaten against Nelson
TB Winds, a boutique music shop, now open in Denton
Saxophonist and repairman Tony Barrette has worked out of a high-profile shop in Michigan, his own space in Boston, and now at TB Winds — a new music shop he owns with Jen Guzman, who spent the last year in the music entrepreneurship program at the University of North Texas.
Denton floral shop to expand offerings in new downtown space
Flower Garden, a longtime floral shop in Denton, is moving a new space later this month.
Volleyball: Argyle to face Needville in Saturday's Class 4A state final
Argyle has one match left, and it's for all the marbles.
The Watchdog: Activists' beef with conservative legislators may reshape Texas politics
A long-overdue war has broken out between the state's billion-dollar education establishment (Big Ed) and conservative state lawmakers who sometimes vote against Big Ed's wishes. The battlefield is the ballot box. Organizers of the anti-tea party campaign set a goal of getting every school district employee in every district to register and vote in next year's Republican primary on March 6.
Rock N Roll Sushi now open in Denton
Downtown Denton has a new dining option. Rock N Roll Sushi is now open.