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Denton City Council renews energy conservation program
Denton will offer incentives for electric vehicles for the first time next year, part of a budget boost to the city's GreenSense program.
Geoff Sherman: Respect post oaks' space to keep them healthy
Harvey didn't spare toxic waste sites
Denton officials investigating garbage dump operations: Landfill mining ends before it starts
An experimental program to mine the city’s landfill for recyclable materials could be stopped before it ever starts.
Bright future possible for Denton's renewable energy
The future might soon be looking brighter for solar energy as the city of Denton and a couple of local businesses engage in discussion and implementation of more renewable energy throughout Denton.
Burgess’ summit promotes smart ways to use power
U.S. Congressman Michael Burgess, local leaders and industry experts convened to highlight steps North Texans can take to become more energy efficient at the annual Energy Summit and Fair at UNT’s Discovery Park.
‘Harry Potter’ flies again at the Alamo Drafthouse
Serve Denton names Barley and Board biz partner of the month
Too close for comfort? Guyer High School encroaching on aging natural gas sites
The distance between Guyer High School and one of the six gas well heads on campus would be like an easy throw to home plate for former outfielder Connor Herriage — 300 feet or less.