Longtime publisher buying Denton Record-Chronicle from A. H. Belo
The Denton Record-Chronicle is going to be locally owned again. Bill Patterson, the longtime publisher of the Record-Chronicle, is purchasing the paper from A. H. Belo Corp., which has owned the publication since 1999.
T. rex costumes, 1980s gear popular for Halloween
Witches, dinosaurs and mermaids will take the streets across town Tuesday — but what will be the most popular disguise of all?
New apartments, townhouses coming to Denton
Construction is underway on two side-by-side housing developments along N. Elm St./U.S. 77, across from the University of North Texas Discovery Park campus.
Denton's Audacity Brew House set to close Nov. 11
Audacity Brew House, the first brewery to open its doors in Denton in 2014, will officially close its door at the end of business Saturday, Nov. 11. Doug Smith, owner and head brewer, notified investors Wednesday that he would begin the process of closing the company.
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Sears-Whirlpool curtail relationship after 100 years
Sears will no longer sell Whirlpool-branded appliances, curtailing a business relationship that dates back more than 100 years.
A. H. Belo posts quarterly profit
Proceeds from the sale of parking lots in downtown Dallas helped A. H. Belo Corporation, parent of The Dallas Morning News and the Denton Record-Chronicle, swing from a year-ago loss to a third-quarter profit this year of $2.6 million, or 12 cents a share.
New subdivision coming to Denton along N. Locust St.
A new 190 single family homes will be built next year on a 36 acre plot on N. Locust St., between Hercules Lane and the McKamy-Evers neighborhood.