Apartment fire displaces four; lightning suspected as storms roll through Denton County
Firefighters suspect a lightning strike triggered a fire that displaced four roommates at the 14 Fifty-One apartments overnight Tuesday. Gust fronts slowly triggered thunderstorms in the west toward Denton.
Denton's public cemetery fees to increase
Denton City Council renews energy conservation program
Denton City Council ends landfill mining
The Denton City Council agreed Tuesday to end the city’s landfill mining program before it ever began. The move is expected to save the city $500,000 this year.
Troop 65 to hold fundraiser for 100 year celebration
Troop 65 invites the public to its fundraiser dinner on Tuesday, Oct. 17, at Cartwright's Dallas Drive location.
Master gardeners accepting applications for 2018 class
Gardening enthusiasts can learn more about becoming a master gardener from 10 a.m. to noon, Wednesday, Oct. 18, in Room 115 of the Joseph A. Carroll Building, 401 W. Hickory St., Denton.
Indictments: Sept. 21, 2017
Denton County District Attorney Paul Johnson to seek re-election
Silver Saddle 4-H fundraiser for club projects at Tractor Supply
The Silver Saddle 4H Club is holding a Paper Clover fundraiser from 9 a.m. to noon, Saturday, Oct. 7 at Tractor Supply, 1200 S. Loop 288, Denton.
Enrollment flat at Denton's universities
Both the University of North Texas and Texas Woman's University recorded small changes in their enrollment this year, with UNT up and TWU dipping slightly.
TWU to stage comedy penned by professor
Briefly: Texas Woman's University
Pops Carter monument in Quakertown Park vandalized
Denton glass artist Christie Wood confirmed that the stained-glass monument she created to honor Denton blues artist Pops Carter has been destroyed by vandals.