Longtime local business owner dies at 87
Brian Briscoe recalled his father, Jack Edward Briscoe, as a devoted businessman who told masterful stories and volunteered in Denton schools long after his own children graduated. Jack Briscoe, the former owner of Briscoe Alignment & Tire, died Wednesday. He was 87.
Medical City Denton now Level II trauma center
Chuck Carpenter: Looking ahead to holiday season and future of Denton chamber
Downtown Denton development named top new construction in statewide awards
The Railyard/East End Apartments development was named the best new construction project in its category at the Texas Downtown Association annual awards.
Shannon Mantaro: Resources available to grow small businesses in Denton County
If you're thinking of starting or growing your own small business in the Denton area, there are several resources to consider as you plan your successful entrepreneurial future.
Jonathon Fite: Can Black Friday save retail?
2017 has been rough for those peddling their wares. Since its peak in December 2016, the entire retail sector is down 20 percent (as measured by the Retail Exchange Traded Fund, XRT), even with online giant Amazon gaining 50 percent in the same time period.
Caroline Booth: Denton — Shop here on purpose
Does it really matter if you shop in Denton? Absolutely! When you shop here, the purchases you make help build and strengthen our local economy.
Crossroads Bar changes name, moves to new Denton location
Crossroads Bar is now Crossroads Cocktails and Karaoke, featuring a new name and larger space.
DBC: Brian Cartwright: Non-compete agreements alive and well in Texas
Employees sometimes sign these agreements believing that Texas courts will not enforce them. Guess again. Non-compete agreements are alive and well in Texas.