Briefly in business
The store focused on selling organic and vegan foods and specialty health items, like supplements and protein powder. Regions Financial Corp. , for the third consecutive year, has received the 2017 Great Gallup Workplace Award.
Fundraiser campaign will aid shelter’s expansion
Pair killed in head-on crash on East University Drive
Parlay for the Denton Vapor Parlor
Denton Vapor Parlor will replace the recently closed Candy Store on the Square this June.
A grad party for mom and dad
Rishun Beasley’s children aren’t the only ones grabbing their backpacks each weekday morning. After prepping her kids for the school day ahead before leaving her home in Dallas, Beasley grabs her own backpack.
Three Denton residents to cycle 500 miles this June for HIV/AIDS awareness
Denton residents Karl Gossot, Doug Campbell and Brandon Babbitt will ride in the 2017 AIDS/LifeCycle, a fundraising bike ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles. They and their friend from California are the Querencianistas — their team name comes from Denton's all-volunteer bike shop Querencia.
In Denton, a new way to build up those with developmental disabilities
Mayor's drive for Denton food banks brings more than 10,000 pounds of food
Denton to participate in National Small Business Week
The city of Denton has planned a series of events throughout the coming week in celebration of small businesses. And seven of Denton’s small businesses will be presented with a certificate of appreciation from Mayor Chris Watts Tuesday during the City Council meeting.
UNT student to lead group on cross-country journey to benefit charity
More than 100 Pi Kappa Phi brothers with a goal to raise $5,000 each divide into three routes and cycle across the country in the Journey of Hope.
Denton ISD officials say bathroom restrictions won't change process
Fort Worth man dies in weekend rollover accident
DBC: Pricing out the prom
Bossenbroek said juniors and seniors can sell cookie dough to pay for their $65 ticket and students who don’t have funds for formalwear can borrow dresses she keeps in her classroom. “We just want to make sure the prom is for everyone and that as many kids as possible can attend,” she said.