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Former Woods House land dug up in community archaeology dig
Armed with shovels, sifters and even a few metal detectors, Denton County residents looking for a bit of history unearthed parts of the former site of the historic Woods House on Saturday morning as part of an archaeology dig sponsored by Denton County's Historical Commission and Office of History and Culture.
More decisions ahead for Denton area voters
Mobile showers come to Denton soup kitchen
Cadena, Howell take on responsibilities as chairwomen of respective county political parties
Democrat Angie Cadena and Republican Jayne Howell were elected March 6 to volunteer jobs whose descriptions are simple enough to understand but do not garner as much attention as a senator or judge. That job is county party chairs, a position that tries to push as many members of their respective parties as possible into elected office.
Artisan coffee and uncommon treasures crop up at Harvest’s Farmhouse
Farmhouse Coffee and Treasures is a family-run establishment that serves up caffeinated creations and confections for residents and visitors in a new home community called Harvest.
I-35 in Sanger to be closed overnight Thursday for utility work
Various freeway and service lanes will be closed periodically between the exits for Lois and Keaton roads to allow for the installation of a new power line. Take another route.
Traffic Alert: Street construction to begin Monday on Shady Oaks Drive
DCTA expands voucher program to provide taxi transit for low-income, disabled in McKinney, Melissa, Princeton and Lowry Crossing
Big Bike Run fundraiser scheduled for April 21
A Grapevine service club, the Grapevine Heritage Ambucs, announced it will hold its 15th annual Big Bike Run fundraiser, a charity poker run, on Saturday, April 21.
Ponder residents report rashes, headaches; town orders more water testing
Town officials agreed to expand an investigation into Ponder's public water supply by hiring an environmental firm.
State investigating complaints into Ponder's water supply
Ponder residents complain water is giving them burning rashes
Quest to quench thirst never ends in North Texas
More than 300 acres of trees will be cleared, and crews will spend the next three summers digging out dense clay for what will become Texas' first new reservoir in 30 years. It is badly needed to quench the thirst of fast-growing neighborhoods and corporate campuses in Collin County and surrounding areas, officials said.