Summer youth jobs program seeks business partners
Business owners can learn more about employing local youth in the Mayor's Summer Youth Jobs Program on Wednesday, Feb. 14.
DATCU Credit Union announces bonus dividend to members
Kim Phillips: 'Texas Highways' joins Thin Line Fest to bring travel to the big screen
Walmart to raise starting pay
NEW YORK -- Walmart confirmed Thursday that it is closing dozens of Sam's Club warehouse stores -- a move that a union-backed group estimated could cost thousands of jobs -- on the same day the company announced that it was boosting its starting salary for U.S. workers and handing out bonuses.
Peterbilt announces millionth truck rolls off assembly line
Peterbilt Motors Company announced Wednesday that the 1,000,000th truck rolled off the assembly line in Denton this week.
After icy conditions for New Year's, car washes remain busy
Local car washes have been thriving off the recent inclement weather.
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J&J's Old Dirty Basement lives after 'resurrection show'
A longstanding music venue, which many thought had seen its last days, had its "resurrection" Saturday night, much to the excitement of scores of music lovers and Schlitz drinkers at J&J's Pizza on the Square.
Hooligans on Denton Square will reopen for New Year's Eve five days after fire
Five days after a fire on the Denton Square destroyed the Downtown Mini Mall, its neighbor, Hooligans, will reopen for New Year's Eve festivities tonight, according to an employee at the downtown restaurant and bar.
Independent Banks groundbreaking set in McKinney
Construction will start Jan. 17 on the $52 million headquarters campus for Independent Bank near State Highway 121 and Grand Ranch Parkway in McKinney.