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Denton County GOP official attacked online by anti-Trump group
A Denton County Republican official says he's being attacked for being a supporter of President Donald Trump. The county GOP precinct chair fears for his family's safety after being labeled a white supremacist on social media.
United Way discusses leadership and homelessness over breakfast
Commissioner says repairs for sidewalk around Courthouse on the Square on the way
Denton County Veterans Coalition hosts town hall, forum
Denton County veterans can learn more about services available to them at a forum and town hall beginning at 6 p.m. Tuesday, July 25, at the American Legion Post 71 Building, 2501 Spencer Road.
Energy fair Saturday at UNT
Residents can learn more about energy efficiency and conservation at an information fair sponsored by U.S Rep. Michael Burgess, R-Pilot Point, on Saturday morning.
Former Highland Village mayor announces intention to run for Justice of the Peace
Former Highland Village Mayor William Lawrence has announced his intention to run for Justice of the Peace Precinct 3 in the 2018 primary election.
Woman who jumped off overpass in Sanger identified
Sanger resident Cheryl Garcia, 52, has been identified as the woman who jumped off the overpass on Wednesday at Keaton Road and Interstate 35 in Sanger, according to the Tarrant County Medical Examiner's Office.
DCTA to engage community at quarterly meeting
The Denton County Transportation Authority will host a quarterly Citizens Advisory Team meetings this week in Denton. The meeting is scheduled for 6 p.m. Thursday at the Downtown Denton Transit Center, 604 E. Hickory St.
Denton Master Gardeners recognized for contributions to education, sustainability
The Texas Conservation Awards Program Area 5 awarded the Denton County Master Gardener Association with the 2017 “Friend of Conservation” award, in recognition of its work with local education and sustainability, according to a press release.