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Where can you eat for free on Thanksgiving?
Roughly one out of every six people in the United States struggles with hunger, and Denton is no exception. Luckily, there are a few places around the area where folks can go to get a free Thanksgiving meal on Thursday.
Children's home gets big gift from service group
Denton church raises money for clean water in Tanzania and Haiti
Denton MHMR calls for holiday helping hands
Denton County MHMR wants to make the holidays a little brighter for the agency's 326 clients this year, but need help from volunteers in rounding up gifts the first week of December.
United Way study shows fewer Denton County students reading at grade level
Learning to read can be tough for many Denton County students, but a recent study shows that the task is even more difficult for kids from low-income households — and more than ever are falling behind.
Vouchers good for fresh produce for WIC clients at Denton Community Market
Participants in Denton County's WIC program now have access to locally grown fresh veggies from Denton Community Market farmers.
Committee begins talks on Denton City Hall West
Former biology professor retires from volunteering with sheriff's office
Back-to-school event tackles great need
Health Services of North Texas held its Good Start Back to School event for its fourth year, and its first time at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church. Forty volunteers and 13 community partners rallied to address an undeniable demand.
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.
Families distraught over uncertain CHIP funding
Pipe bomb strapped to man explodes in NYC subway, injuring 4
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.