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First Christian Church to celebrate Holy Week through music
Denton's Disciples of Christ congregation will observe Holy Week with three musical services from Maundy Thursday to Easter Sunday.
Folk festival to bring Americana, bluegrass to Denton for second year
Senior band celebrates 20th anniversary with major concert
Parts of Denton, Lewisville nominated for federal investment tax credits
Denton's east side neighborhoods and two neighborhoods in Lewisville were among 628 census tracts in 145 counties that Texas Governor Greg Abbott submitted to the U.S. Treasury Department for a new Opportunity Zone designations.
'Death of Stalin' takes aim at Soviet succession follies
'Death of Stalin' makes light of power plays after a dictator falls.
Blotter: Two men arrested in southwest Denton County after police say 85 pounds of pot found in vehicle
Oscar Roberto Martinez and Daniel Joseph Sandoval were both charged with possession of marijuana between 50 and 2,000 pounds, which is a second-degree felony.
We're Denton Dammit - March 22, 2018
A retired Denton pastor has a bone to pick with the person who invented modern plastic packaging. You know the kind — it takes Jedi skills to get the stuff open.
Council weighs public input for Denton's first ethics ordinance
The Denton City Council will weigh additional disclosure requirements as part of the city's first ethics ordinance.
Local nonprofit sets Night of Hope fundraiser
Giving Hope Inc. is hosting its annual Night of Hope fundraising event on Thursday, April 5.