Dillard’s commitment to renovate and expand its store in Golden Triangle Mall means the company will not have a location at the Rayzor Ranch Town Center, calling off 126,000 square feet of new construction, officials confirmed.
Ginnings Elementary School in Denton is building quite the dynasty. For the past three years, the school has claimed the Jostens Elementary Teacher of the Year, the most consecutive educators named from one school in the past 10 years. The most recent honoree to Ginnings Elementary’s elite group was announced Tuesday when Jill Arnold, a teacher who works with dyslexic students, was selected as the district’s top elementary educator.
Members of the Denton County Master Gardener Association have announced plans for their annual spring plant sale, promising an extensive selection of plants and supplies.
A police car was totaled during an afternoon crash Wednesday in The Colony. The police officer driving the vehicle was responding to a call with his lights and siren on when another vehicle failed to yield, T-boning the squad car at the intersection of North Colony Boulevard and Main Street during the lunch hour Wednesday, Lt. Darren Brockway said.
After months of parking outside of grocery stores and bars, food trucks finally have a home in Denton: the Austin Street Truck Stop. Tonight, seven food trucks will be parked at the truck stop, at 208 N. Austin St., for the grand opening kick-off.
A suspect is still on the loose after allegedly taking a man’s wallet late Monday, police said. Shortly before midnight, a 24-year-old man reported to police that he was walking to his car in the 2200 block of Stella Street when a man came up from behind and punched him in the head, according to Officer Ryan Grelle, spokesman for Denton police.
Warrants have been issued for these people, according to Denton police officials. If you see any of these people, call 911. You can leave anonymous tips at the Denton Police Department Facebook page or by using Tip411. Crime Stoppers will pay up to $1,000 for information that leads to the arrest of Denton’s Most Wanted. Callers will remain anonymous.
Denton police officers are looking for a man who was spotted Sunday committing criminal mischief. Officers were dispatched to a report of criminal mischief in the 1800 block of North Elm Street. It was reported that a man broke off a metal dividing pole that was used to separate a flooring store in the area from an adjacent restaurant.
While Argyle football players worked their way through the fall season to the state championship, a team of young filmmakers was right by their side at practices, taking road trips across the state and sometimes working in freezing weather. Now the filmmakers are facing a championship of their own, of sorts.
Plans for the 12th annual RSVP Golf Classic have been announced and area golfers can now sign up at www.rsvpgolfclassic.com.
One person was injured Saturday morning when someone in a vehicle reportedly drove up to unsuspecting groups of people and fired a pellet gun at them, according to a police report.
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BARTONVILLE — The races for the Bartonville Town Council in the May 10 election have shaped up to be among the most competitive among the smaller cities in Denton County, with six candidates vying for two council seats and the vacant mayor’s position.
The day was already special to Amanda when Bryant suggested brunch at Denton’s Le Peep, knowing it was her favorite. Bryant experienced what looked to be an embarrassing moment when the check came and his wallet was nowhere to be found. He excused himself to look for it in the car.
The Argyle Parent Teacher Student Association is taking applications to award five $1,000 scholarships to Argyle High School graduating seniors who plan to continue their education by attending a college, university, or vocational school in the fall of 2014.
A Denton County sheriff’s deputy has been charged with official oppression and theft after being accused of stealing $1,700 in cash from two men while in uniform. Joshua G. Laningham, 28, was charged late Thursday with theft over $1,500 and under $20,000 by a public servant and with two Class A misdemeanor counts of official oppression. He turned himself in to the Denton County Jail at 10:30 a.m. Friday after being notified that a warrant had been issued for his arrest. His bond was set at $15,000.
A voter registration drive is planned from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday, April 12 at Denton’s Golden Triangle Mall, 2201 S. Interstate 35E.
Denton firefighters can be spotted at major intersections today and Saturday as part of their annual fundraising efforts with the Muscular Dystrophy Association’s “Fill the Boot” campaign.
The University of North Texas System’s financial outlook has been downgraded from stable to negative by two key bond rating agencies, moves that could impact the estimated $120 million expected to be needed later this year for the student union and housing projects on the Denton campus.
Denton police took three men and a woman into custody Wednesday afternoon after a routine patrol in the 1100 block of University Drive.
State environmental officials this week approved a default order fining the owner of a Lewisville Fina Mart $12,856 in connection with six violations of state rules governing underground petroleum storage tanks.