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What's open, what's closed
The wait is over: Denton has a second Taco Cabana, with the newest store opening in early July. at the former home of Pollo Tropical at 2220 S. Loop 288.
Golden Triangle Mall working to stay alive
Jonathon Fite: Investing in health care?
Chuck Carpenter: Reception for new school personnel set for next month
With the blessing of the Denton school district, the Denton Chamber of Commerce has sponsored a popular initiative to personally promote the products and services of its members directly to new teachers and school staff members for more than 25 years.
Scott Alagood: How premise liability works
Of prime importance to property owners and occupiers (tenants) is liability for damages to persons or property which occur on the owner’s or occupier’s property.
Couples keep getting married, and wedding venues keep coming to Denton County
It’s wedding season, and there are countless ways of bringing that special day to life. From venues and flowers arrangements to color palettes and cake flavors — no two weddings are alike. Wedding trends come and go, but weddings aren’t going anywhere anytime soon.
Nancy Alvarez: Are you ready to win big in federal contracting?
Also, in 2016, the federal government exceeded the nationwide mandated goal of awarding 5 percent of all federal contracts to small, disadvantaged businesses (SDBs). A total of 9. 52 percent of federal contracts valued at $39. 13 billion were awarded to SDBs.
What are my financial must-do's as a newlywed?
Daryl Hively: Post with a purpose
Caroline Booth: Defining economic development
As the director of the City of Denton's Economic Development Department, I define economic development this way: It is a purposeful process that creates, retains, or reinvests wealth and opportunities within a designated area.