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.
Group returns to take children with disabilities, illnesses on free flights
Denton GOP women to host candidate forum
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.
DATCU Credit Union announces bonus dividend to members
DATCU Credit Union announced that a bonus dividend of $1,875,000 was paid to its member owners on Jan. 1. The Board of Directors approved the one-time bonus dividend payout at the board meeting held on Dec. 19, according to a press release issued by the credit union.
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.
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Extent of damage from Denton's Downtown Mini Mall fire still unfolding
The Dec. 26 fire at the Downtown Mini Mall continues to leave local officials and business owners wondering about the full extent of the damage. City engineers have examined the mini mall and are mostly concerned about the structural integrity of the back wall along Austin Street, according to a city official.
Code name usage irks some Denton taxpayers
Critics have called on the city to stop using secret code names for businesses when debating tax breaks for those businesses behind closed doors. But some say it protects both the taxpayer and the business to do so.
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.