Me too: Denton shares stories of sexual assault and harassment
The Denton Record-Chronicle conducted a small, albeit unscientific, survey around town Tuesday afternoon, asking people if they had ever been sexually assaulted or harassed. Of the 100 people we asked, 75 said yes. We also posted on social media and received more responses through that channel.
Study says Denton County fails when it comes to driving behavior in school zones
Officials in Bahamas say fisherman finds wheel similar to one on plane of missing couple
In the Schools: Oct. 18, 2017
The Pre-Med Club helped out with repairs on a kitchen for Heart for Homes, a Christian-based nonprofit that provides no-cost home repairs to low-income elderly residents in Denton County.
Blotter: Man turns over rifle to Denton police
Kizer said officers typically destroy firearms if owners ask them to, but occasionally will keep confiscated weapons for its tactical unit to use. 500 block of Ruth Street — A 27-year-old man was arrested early Wednesday morning after police found methamphetamine in his car, according to a police report.
Denton ISD campus improvement plans put focus on literacy
Campus administrators said they were committed to improving childhood literacy at their schools during a Denton ISD school board meeting Tuesday.
In the Schools: Oct. 11, 2017
Adelyn Smith — Fourth and fifth in Landrace gilt class, second in Berkshire gilt show class, second in Chester White class, fifth in Berkshire show class.
Tyheshia Scott named Giving Hope executive director
Officials with Giving Hope, Inc. announced Monday that Tyheshia Scott will serve as the nonprofit's new executive director. She replaces Stephanie Briggs, who resigned in August after a month in the position.
Denton County tax offices closed on Monday; annual statements mailed
All property taxes must be paid by Jan. 31, 2018 to avoid penalties and interest.