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A home with meaning: Foxes Corner opens for people with developmental disabilities
The Park family dreamed of creating a living environment for their grandson who has developmental disabilities. Finally, their dream has been realized with the opening of Foxes Corner in Denton.
Campus ministry giving free groceries to local college students July 28
Preschool's director comes from family with deep appreciation for long-running Denton nonprofit
United Way discusses leadership and homelessness over breakfast
More than 100 people gathered Friday morning for United Way of Denton County's 2017 Campaign Kickoff Breakfast at the University of North Texas Gateway Center. The group raised about $2.3 million the previous year and celebrated the beginning of a new campaign.
Safe way home: Group builds wheelchair ramp for veteran
A disabled Marine Corps veteran can now walk up and down a ramp to his Denton home or cruise through on his wheelchair, thanks to a mostly volunteer group.
Annual fireworks show set for Apogee Stadium
The biggest fireworks show in Denton is ready for its 45th show this Fourth of July at Apogee Stadium.
Insight Denton: What are those street markings with the bicycle and the sergeant stripes?
Some criticism of voting panel's secrecy comes from within
North Texas volunteers turn donated wedding dresses into baby burial gowns
Volunteers with Angel Gowns of North Texas take donated wedding gowns and transform them into burial gowns for babies who do not make it home from the hospital.
Denton group exceeds 1,000 handmade dresses for girls in poverty
Women sit along two long tables in a Southmont Baptist Church classroom, making little dresses. Every time the ladies finish a dress, group leader Laura Roberts calls out, “Ding, ding, ding!”
Hearts for Homes dinner set for Sunday
Hearts for Homes, a Denton County nonprofit that aids low-income senior citizens in home rehabilitation, is hosting its 11th annual Heartbeat Dinner at 6 p.m. Sunday at the Hilton Garden Inn in Lewisville.