Kim Phillips: Convention center is good news for Denton
Nods to Denton's original and independent essence are everywhere: a trumpet chandelier over the reception desk; keyboard ceilings in the convention pre-function space and lobby area; historic images of the community; art and pictures capturing Denton's funky vibe; meeting room names commemorating aspects of Denton life, characters and geography.
Kim Phillips: Denton to be awarded 'Music Friendly Community' designation on Friday
Peterbilt launches new Model 579 UltraLoft
The Cupboard in Denton to close
Owner Paul Tanis declined to give specifics, but did confirm the city's longtime grocery will be closing soon.
Working Stiffs: Shady Shores man keeps commercial kitchens clean
Gerald Earling is the Mr. Clean of the commercial kitchen, and a welcome sight to his customers.
Developers to break ground on new medical facility in Rayzor Ranch
Denton will soon see the opening of the first floor of a brand new 22,000-square-foot medical development in the Razor Ranch development near the intersection of Interstate 35 and Scripture Street.
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Kim Phillips: Denton Black Film Festival broadens perspectives
Perspective is universal. Everybody has one. The fact that every person has a perspective is where the universal application ends, though, because our perspectives are as unique as our fingerprints. Original. Independent.
Caroline Booth: State of the city event set for Feb. 15
The city of Denton is hosting its second annual State of the City event from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Thurtsday, Feb. 15. The event offers an excellent opportunity for the business community to learn about the city's current projects, new initiatives, and top priorities and to meet City elected officials and key staff.
Developers buy prime site at intersection of Dallas North Tollway and U.S. 380
A key Frisco property has been purchased by developers and investors. The 40-acre site is at the southeast corner of the Dallas North Tollway and U.S. Highway 380. The property — at one of the area's busiest intersections — has long been considered a prime building site.