Company's 'Christmas Story' looks back with affection
Director Richard Dennis took a risk in the staging of 'A Christmas Story.' He took the narrator — typically the disembodied voice of the grownup Ralphie Parker — and turned him into a character on stage in the Christmas classic.
Company adds single matinee of 'Christmas Story'
UNT theater professor to present project in NYC
Burn ban in effect for Denton County
Denton County residents should be especially cautious of fireworks and outdoor cooking as local authorities implemented a countywide burn ban on Tuesday.
Denton teen prepares for fourth trip to Junior National Finals Rodeo
Riley Webb discovered his passion for calf-roping a long time ago when he was just a toddler. Today, at the ripe old age of 14, he's about to face the ultimate challenge in his sport: the Junior National Finals Rodeo.
Commissioners add five women to monument committee as members eye late January recommendation
The 15-member advisory committee will ultimately ask commissioners to either remove the Confederate monument on the Square or add more historical context around the structure. It's no longer an option to do nothing, committee chairman John Baines said.
More of FM2499 to open in Corinth
James Wood dealership donates office supplies to Serve Denton
Blotter: Good Sam embezzlement investigation sent to DA's office
The Denton County District Attorney's Office has received a case about the possible embezzlement of $430,000 at Good Samaritan Society-Denton Village.
Golden Triangle Mall Santa shares behind the scenes, what he does when it's not Christmas
Children are making their lists and Santa Claus is checking to see who's naughty or nice. Golden Triangle Mall is bustling with shoppers.
Blotter: Woman loses consciousness, suffers facial injuries in dispute over bar tab
Denton City Council to meet with ethics attorney
City ethics expert and attorney Alan Bojorquez will travel from Austin on Tuesday to meet with the Denton City Council about new ethics rules for City Hall.