Ethics reforms still alive for Denton City Council
The Denton City Council remained reluctant Tuesday to follow a path recommended by a citizens' committee that could inspire a more ethical environment at City Hall, although council members found common ground in some of the ideas.
Two DME employees fired; file lawsuit against city
Water park attendance surges after wave pool opens
Denton Energy Center's troubled past makes future uncertain
It’s hard to pinpoint the moment when DME management went off the rails. But one thing about the Denton Energy Center project is clear: a handful of DME executives got on board two years ago and put the pedal to the floor.
Insight Denton: A business offered to paint my house number on the curb. Is that necessary?
No. However, the city's property maintenance code does require you to display your house number so that can be seen from the street.
City employees placed on leave in wake of DME contract investigation
A total of four high-level Denton Municipal Electric employees were placed on administrative leave as the city investigates DME’s contracting practices.
Krum, Mustang water supply receive state financing for system improvements
The Texas Water Development Board announced Thursday that it will finance $50.9 million in new water projects statewide, including nearly $5 million in Denton County.
Saving Stony: One man's quest to preserve a town's history
Johnson's murder trial starts Monday in Denton County
Ozone alerts for Thursday, Friday
State environmental officials expect ozone to climb high enough Thursday and Friday to be at unhealthy levels for the very young, the very old and people with heart and lung conditions.