Canyon Falls subdivision to open 7-mile trail system
Canyon Falls opens its 7-mile trail system with a ribbon-cutting celebration Friday.
Restorations for Flower Mound log cabin could cost up to $1.5 million
Marcus High School confronts racist photo posted online
Opinions differ on whether raising age limits to buy weapons and ammo will solve gun violence
Following last week's announcement by several companies on raising age limits to purchase weapons and ammunition, some people are not convinced those restrictions are stringent enough screeners to stop mass shootings.
VBikes leaving Denton; Spin to apply for city's pilot bike-sharing program
After the City Council agreed to permits for bike-sharing companies, VBikes announced it's pulling out of Denton.
Kim Phillips: Music Friendly Community Denton heads to SXSW 2018
As we have the past three years, a Denton delegation will head for Austin this coming Friday to promote our city at SXSW's world stage. Only this year, our approach is different.
SBDC offers free government contracting course
Blue Cross, Texas Health contract negotiations leave patients anxious yet again
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Rockin' Rodeo announces April closure due to pending property sale
After 13 years at its 1009 Ave. C location under the ownership of Lloyd Banks, Denton’s go-to honky-tonk will ride off into the sunset come April 14. Banks said he recently got word from his landlord, Westdale Properties, that it had sold the Carriage Square Shopping Center where the live music venue sits. He and the other tenants had to be out by the end of June, he said.
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Chuck Carpenter: Upcoming graduation of Leadership Denton will bring total graduates to 579
Scan-and-go: Stores make push to incorporate technology, hope shoppers adopt it
NEW YORK — Shoppers at self-checkout lanes scanning all their groceries after they're done shopping? Old school. More stores are letting customer tally their choices with a phone app or store device as they roam the aisles.