A car show sponsored by Lucy’s Moms on Main restaurant is planned in downtown Aubrey on Saturday, and visitors can also enjoy live music and food.
Preliminary reports from the Denton County Central Appraisal District show the county with a slight bump in tax value over last year. Residential property seems to be at the heart of what is a slightly more than 2 percent increase over 2012 preliminary numbers.
Shelby Kilpatrick, daughter of Scott and Susan Kilpatrick of Copper Canyon, was recently awarded the 2013 Tom Harpool Scholarship by the Denton County Master Gardener Association.
CORINTH — Homeowners affected by Corinth’s adoption of new and revised design standards have one year to voluntarily register any structures that don’t conform to the new code.
Visitors to Ray Roberts Lake State Park this weekend should find plenty to keep them entertained.
Staff members from the Denton County MHMR Center visited the Denton Square Thursday to display green ribbons and post a sign for Children’s Mental Health Awareness Week, which was observed May 5-11.
OAK POINT — Residents have until today to submit an application to join a committee created to identify roads, parks and other services in neighborhoods around Oak Point that need improvements.
Lewisville police have arrested a man Wednesday after he reportedly fired several rounds in an apartment complex parking lot in the 1200 block of Lakeview Circle the night before.
With the theme of “Living Green with Style,” the Denton County Master Gardener Association’s 2013 Spring Garden Tour will be offered from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday.
Two men have been detained by Lewisville police after barricading themselves in an apartment for several hours Tuesday evening.
The CoServ Charitable Foundation recently presented grants of more than $25,000 to three Denton County recipients, according to a CoServ press release.
The Lewisville Lake Environmental Learning Area will host a program titled “Stars on the Prairie” and featuring Clyde Camp, a master naturalist and amateur astronomer, at 8:15 p.m. Friday.
Early voting kicks off today in Denton County. Numerous races fill area ballots, giving people the opportunity to shape the development of their cities by voting on everything from city and school district leaders to propositions.
The folks at Texas Cowboys Against Cancer recently reported that their fourth fundraiser to benefit people diagnosed with cancer resulted in record donations and ticket sales.
A spring senior fitness assessment will be offered from 8 a.m. to noon Friday at Denton’s C.H. Collins Athletic Complex, 1500 Long Road.
A district judge hearing a capital murder case declared a mistrial this week after a jury could not reach a verdict. Markell Oneil Hardy, 27, was standing trial in the death of Trevor Kronbach.
CORINTH — The election in Corinth places City Council member Bruce Hanson and newcomer Mike Amason against each other in a race for the Place 5 seat. Both candidates have similar goals that call for the city to prepare for growth and connect with and listen to its residents.
The Corinth Citizens Police Academy Alumni Association is hosting its first large fundraiser next month, and registration has begun. The “5K Foot Pursuit Run” will be held May 11 at 8:30 a.m., and all money raised will go toward helping to finance the needs of the Corinth Police Department.
Officials with American Legion Post 71 have announced the selection of 41 high school juniors from the Denton area for Texas Boys State.
Denton County emergency personnel were ready to respond to the massive plant explosion in West on Wednesday night, relaying to state officials that the county was on standby and available if needed.
A program on mammals, hikes and a family “fish school” are among the activities available to area families this weekend at Ray Roberts Lake State Park.
It may be a bustling town now on the rise, but once upon a time, Flower Mound was known as “7 miles west of Lewisville.” The latest 2013 speaker series presentation from the Denton County Office of History and Culture will give people insight into the town’s history from 1856 through its incorporation in 1960, led by longtime resident Jimmy Ruth Hilliard Martin.
Residents headed to social media pages to share and find news about friends and co-workers participating in Monday’s Boston Marathon that was interrupted by two bombs that exploded near the finish line. The Boston Marathon’s website listed seven participants from Denton and one each from Hickory Creek and Providence Village. There were a total of 42 registered participants from Denton County.
Members of the Denton Breakfast Kiwanis will present their annual pancake supper and silent auction from 4:30 to 8 p.m. Friday at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, 2255 N. Bonnie Brae St.
Denton County commissioners are throwing their support toward a developer with eyes on bringing yet another special district to Denton County.