The plans are set and underway for the Collab Lab, a new University of North Texas collaboration space in the old Sack & Save building along Interstate 35E.
PILOT POINT — A long-forgotten cemetery is now getting all the attention it deserves. Multiple orange and pink flagged stakes are scattered about at St. Johns Cemetery southwest of Pilot Point.
Update at 5:20 p.m.: Protesters spent their lunch hour Friday holding signs and waving to passing traffic outside Denton City Hall, opposing a natural-gas fired power plant to be built on the edge of town.
Aiden Malins finds something interesting in an owl pellet during the South Branch Library’s Grossology “Owl Edition” presentation Thursday in Denton. Children were learning about what owls eat.
An early morning motor vehicle break-in brought out Denton police Wednesday.Officers were dispatched to the 3700 block of Drexel Drive a little after 1 a.m. in response to the burglary, according to a police report.
As chief of the Argyle Fire Department, Mac Hohenberger has seen his share of fires. But the two-alarm blaze he encountered Tuesday afternoon was different. Instead of watching flames devour a stranger’s house, he helped his department quell the fire that left nearly a third of his own home in ruins.
West Mulberry Street in Denton is about to have a game changer. In about two weeks, Jennifer Gibbs and Adam Arnold will launch the first of two concepts taking over the former Hailey’s Club music venue at 122 W. Mulberry St.: Game Changers, an arcade and sports bar.
The Big 12 is asking Baylor for a full accounting of the investigation into how sexual assault allegations were handled at the school, including information that has not been released publicly.
The Denton City Council agreed in a 4-3 vote not to renew City Manager George Campbell's contract.
Council members approved the Renewable Denton Plan in a 4-3 vote that gives Denton Municipal Electric the go-ahead for the city’s largest-ever capital purchase: $265 million for 12 natural-gas fired engines and a power plant to house them.
There was little to no fanfare in Denton ISD’s public hearing on the proposed 2016-17 budget and tax rate at Tuesday night’s school board meeting. No one spoke or raised questions. Instead, attendees took in the sharp reality of the cost of growth and a lack of state dollars.
Denton County soon could maintain birth and death records for the city of Lewisville. On Tuesday, county commissioners unanimously approved a resolution that would transfer birth and death records maintenance from Lewisville to the Denton County Clerk’s office.
The Denton City Council will postpone a vote to adopt an ordinance banning the use of all hand-held devices while driving. During a regular meeting Tuesday evening, the council voted to continue the discussion until the Aug. 16 council meeting.
A man is dead and another is in jail on manslaughter charges after a Sunday night wreck. Officers responded to a major crash in the northbound lane of the 2000 block of South Interstate 35E, according to a press release issued Monday by the Lewisville Police Department.
Kristin Abbott is the jukebox of Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Denton. She rolls through the hallways with her cart filled with musical instruments — ukeleles, guitars, bongos, tambourines, flutes, etc. When she moves, it rattles.
A 34-year-old man was arrested Friday at South Locust Street and Maple Street and charged with possession of less than 2 ounces of marijuana.