Religion has always been a cornerstone of African-American communities.When slaves arrived on American soil in the 1600s, white religious leaders began converting them to Christianity.
One of the last remaining original Quakertown homes, the Woods House, is set to be moved to a new location at the Denton County Historical Park on Mulberry Street. But before the move, residents are invited to join the Denton County Office of History and Culture to excavate the property and learn more about the residents who previously occupied 1015 Hill St. The excavation will take place from 1 to 3 p.m. Friday.
In the midst of the crime spree that is today’s Texas roofing industry, we now find one of the region’s great roofing schemes of all time.
DALLAS — A troubled dam. Concerns about failure. And talk of evacuation plans. That was the scare at the Lewisville Lake Dam in 2015.
Denton police are looking for suspects in connection to a burglary at Rudy’s Country Store and Bar-B-Q at 520 S. Interstate 35E, where an ATM was stolen from inside the restaurant early Friday morning, according to a news release from the police department.
Denton police are looking for a suspect in connection to a burglary at Rudy's Country Store and Bar-B-Q at 520 S. Interstate 35E, where the suspect reportedly stole an ATM from inside the restaurant, according to a press release from the police department.
Denton's new city manager Todd Hileman has reorganized departments at City Hall, according to a press release issued by the city.
Three construction projects are scheduled to start by the end of the year at Texas Woman’s University. During a Board of Regents meeting Thursday, B.J. Crain, the interim vice president of finance and administration, said the amount of construction on campus will be challenging, but the changes are necessary.
A few local predominately Hispanic businesses closed Thursday as part of "A Day Without Immigrants," a nationwide protest that aims to underline the importance of immigrants in U.S. cities.
Goal will be to reunite participants with children after completing program Denton County parents who have lost custody of their children because of a drug addiction will soon have a new option to receive treatment and reunite with their kids thanks to the creation of a new specialty court.
From a banana manager to a robot stocking pallets of dry goods, the WinCo Foods Distribution Center is up and running. Most of the shelving inside the 800,000-square-foot center at 300 S. Western Blvd. in west Denton is still empty as the company begins to ship out certain types of products to local stores today.
Though it won’t be finalized until June, Denton ISD budget talks got underway at Tuesday night’s board meeting. Assistant Superintendent of Administrative Services Debbie Monschke presented facts and figures delineating the district’s revenue and expenditures over the course of five years. She also went over a tentative schedule if the board decides to call for a tax ratification election in September.
Denton County commissioners have asked the Texas Legislature to create a new court and expand the jurisdiction of another. Commissioners voted unanimously Tuesday on a resolution supporting the creation of a new district court to handle an increasing number of cases as the county grows.
An 18-year-old man’s ex-girlfriend told police he was “out of control” and intoxicated on Monday night when he pushed her and threw her to the floor, according to a police report.
WASHINGTON (AP) — National security adviser Michael Flynn has resigned following reports he misled Vice President Mike Pence about contacts with a Russian diplomat, upending Donald Trump's White House team less than a month after the president's inauguration.
ARGYLE — Two weeks passed far too soon for a young couple in uncharted territory. Sam Dudley, who was 21 in 2010, was living with his mother in Mitcheldean, England, at the time. She payed for his board and other necessities, so Sam had a good sum of money in his savings account when he decided to close the nearly 5,000 miles between him and the voice in Argyle he grew so used to hearing through his headphones.
The city of Pilot Point has issued a petition that calls for the legal sale of liquor inside city limits. The sale of beer and wine for off-premises consumption is already legal. The petition calls for the law to include all alcoholic beverages. If it gains enough signatures, the referendum will appear on the Nov. 7 ballot.