Briefly: Texas Woman's University
The Human Development Building on the Denton campus will be renamed Woodcock Hall for Richard Woodcock, a researcher who brought a research institute to TWU in 2015.
Community raises funds for injured Aubrey teacher's medical bills
In a year of cuts, the Texas Legislature boosted financial aid for college students
Briefly: The University of North Texas
UNT is one of eight schools that will continue a partnership with the Greater Texas Foundation, which provides scholarships for students who graduate from Texas Early College High Schools.
Circle of theater: Ryan High grad gives back to Denton theater community
Cody Vann dreams of bright lights, a grand marquee and a chance to become something he's always wanted to be. Vann, 22, a recent graduate of the University of Evansville in Indiana with a degree in theater performance, is back in Denton as director of the upcoming Denton Community Theatre youth summer production, The Lion King Jr., scheduled for July 28-30 at the Campus Theatre.
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Denton police arrest suspect in connection with reported sexual assaults
A Denton man has been arrested in connection to sexual assaults and attempted sexual assaults at various apartments around the University of North Texas campus and Quakertown Park.
Denton ISD calls tax rate election
In the wake of a city council election, Denton voters will see another measure on the ballot come September. After unanimously passing the district tax rate ordinance in its Tuesday night meeting, the Denton ISD school board called a tax ratification election for what's known as a "tax swap." Election Day has been set for Sept. 9 and early voting begins Aug. 23.
Summer lunch programs kick off in Denton
When the final bell rings for summer and the city pool fills up, some parents have the added pressure of figuring out where their child's next meal is coming from. Luckily, Monday marked the first day of federal summer food programs in the area. Funded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, sites have been set up at schools, mobile home parks and civic centers throughout the city where school-aged kids can get free breakfast or lunch.