Highland Village chef Morris Salerno has basked in the limelight this year. He won a gold medal at the Expogast culinary competition in Luxembourg, was featured on the new show The Hungry Investors and has nearly completed his second cookbook.
A former Lewisville Fire Department assistant chief was indicted Thursday by a Denton County grand jury.
Denton County Judge Mary Horn is gearing up for a familiar battle in the 84th Texas Legislature. Horn and fellow Commissioners Court members are hoping a proposed bill to lower the caps on annual increases in residential property appraisals and revenue will be defeated because they say it would limit the prerogatives of local elected officials to set tax rates, create budgets and deliver needed services to Denton County residents.
ARGYLE — The horse’s eyes are the first indication that he’s a survivor. A spark of fire illuminates their blackness as if his will to live were personified into a flame that could not be extinguished, despite the number of times an unknown assailant beat him with a baseball bat.
Young people from First United Methodist Church of Denton will be offering their holiday gift-wrapping service at Golden Triangle Mall again this year.
Flower Mound police had two men in custody after responding to a robbery call Saturday afternoon.
The Bartonville Town Council will hold a public hearing tonight to consider an ordinance that would amend the town’s Code of Ordinances by adding a new section on personal notice requirements to the comprehensive plan, according to the agenda.
The old saying “cherish every moment with those you love” has new meaning for Ellen Johansen. The Flower Mound resident lost her husband of 39 years, Verland “Scott” Johansen, on Sept. 26 after he struggled for his life with a gunshot wound. Earlier that week he was on his way to a Frisco hotel, where he worked as a night manager, when he was shot while driving along Interstate 35E in Lewisville.
Denton voters will need to bring boots and an umbrella along with their voter guides to the polls today. Meteorologists expect a steady rain, with an occasional embedded thunderstorm, as a cold front arrives in time for Election Day. Whether it affects overall voter turnout remains to be seen.