Blotter: Rubber Gloves owner arrested after allegedly assaulting former employee
Josh Baish, the owner of Rubber Gloves Rehearsal Studios, was arrested in the early-morning hours of Friday after police said he punched a former employee in the eye.
Blotter: Man gets punched twice in the face for not giving ride
Blotter: Man slightly injured during argument
LED streetlights possible for Denton's University Drive
Now that construction has been completed to make U.S. Highway 380 wide and smooth, Denton city staff have recommended one more step to make driving the east-west thoroughfare a little safer: better lighting.
Denton fire chief to retire in April
Denton Fire Chief Robin Paulsgrove announced that he will retire at the end of April, according to a city manager's memo to the City Council on Friday.
Freeze prompts hundreds of service calls for local plumbers
Three days of freezing temperatures caused burst pipes and frozen pool pumps all over Denton County.
Thomas named Denton Senior Center director
Blotter: Man accused of beating wife at apartment found hiding from police between mattresses
Denton police responded to the call and found Anderson hiding between two mattresses, Kizer said. 200 block of North Locust Street — Denton police arrested an intoxicated 52-year-old man Wednesday at Recycled Books, Records, & CDs, according to a report.
Code name usage irks some Denton taxpayers
Critics have called on the city to stop using secret code names for businesses when debating tax breaks for those businesses behind closed doors. But some say it protects both the taxpayer and the business to do so.
Denton Housing Authority grants $250,000 to United Way
ERCOT sets new winter record for electricity demand
A Denton justice of the peace tried to close his courtroom during a public proceeding, and an attorney protested
Denton County Justice of the Peace Joe Holland says his court is always open to the public despite recent concerns from local defense attorneys.