• Denton County reports third West Nile Virus Case

    DENTON, TX – Denton County Public Health (DCPH) is reporting its third human case of West Nile Virus (WNV) for 2016 in Denton County. The resident lives in Trophy Club and was diagnosed with West Nile Neuroinvasive Disease (WNND). Chief…Read More

  • Completing the Bridge

    Preserving the Greenbelt for Our Community In the spring of 2010, there came a great flood. According to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD), 19 inches of rain fell in one hour on the Greenbelt and nearby land. Turbulence…Read More

  • Denton Main Street Association’s 17th Annual Arts & Autos Extravaganza

    Located on the historic Downtown Denton Courthouse-on-the-Square The classic, hot rod and custom cars, trucks and motorcycles may be at the center of the Denton Arts & Autos Extravaganza on Saturday, September 10th, but there is also plenty to see…Read More

  • Prosper Chamber Committee Finalizing Details for Awards Banquet

    PROSPER, TX – The push to finalize details of the Prosper Chamber’s Fourth Annual Awards Banquet is on, with the awards banquet committee concentrating on securing financial sponsors for the event. “We have been working on this year’s banquet since…Read More

  • Versatile Coatings, L.L.C. Making Ugly Floors Beautiful

    Local Business Uses Metallic Epoxy Floor Coating to Beautify Homes and Offices “A customer of mine had taken out their carpet in the living room and they wanted to stain the concrete. However, after meeting with them it became apparent…Read More

Lane closures on 380 at Preston

By 380news | Metro

The median separating lanes on US 380 at the Preston Road intersection will be completely removed during the overnight hours of Monday, Aug. 8. Beginning at 7 p.m., construction crews will close the lanes closest to the median of US 380 in both directions underneath the Preston Road overpass to provide room for the work. The lanes are scheduled to be reopened…Read More

Denton County reports third West Nile Virus Case

By 380news | Community

DENTON, TX – Denton County Public Health (DCPH) is reporting its third human case of West Nile Virus (WNV) for 2016 in Denton County. The resident lives in Trophy Club and was diagnosed with West Nile Neuroinvasive Disease (WNND). Chief Epidemiologist Juan Rodriguez stresses that residents can play a large role in reducing their risk. “It is important for residents…Read More

Third case of Zika Virus Disease Confirmed in Denton County

By 380news | Community

Denton, TX – Denton County Public Health (DCPH) today has confirmed its third travel-associated case of Zika virus. This third case was detected in a City of Lewisville resident. This patient has documented recent international travel to Nicaragua, a country with active transmission. As a reminder, there is no known current local transmission. Zika virus is spread to people primarily…Read More

Denton Main Street Association’s 17th Annual Arts & Autos Extravaganza

By 380news | Travel & Entertainment

Located on the historic Downtown Denton Courthouse-on-the-Square The classic, hot rod and custom cars, trucks and motorcycles may be at the center of the Denton Arts & Autos Extravaganza on Saturday, September 10th, but there is also plenty to see and do for the artist, shopper, food lover and anyone interested in a day of fun in downtown. Other inter-active…Read More

Hillwood Communities’ Groundbreaking Event of Lilyana Property in Celina, Texas

By 380news | Metro

Master-Planned Development will deliver high-quality housing, economic growth  DALLAS, TX – Hillwood Communities, a Perot company, hosted the groundbreaking of the Lilyana property at 9 a.m. Thursday, July 28, 2016 kicking off what will be the newest master-planned development in Celina, Texas. Celina Mayor Sean Terry and Hillwood Communities executives including President Fred Balda and SVP Elaine Ford are available for interviews. The 400-acre tract at the northeast corner of FM 1461 (Frontier Parkway) and Coit Road, in Celina, is approximately 10 miles north of Frisco and the area known…Read More

Denton County Sheriff’s Office Random Act of Kindness

By 380news | Metro

With all the bad news we’ve had lately, it’s nice to hear some good, and three of our own took the opportunity to be part of the good, just because it’s the right thing to do. On one of the hottest days so far this summer, Deputy Brian Nelson was dispatched to an address where an elderly woman was seeking help to find an air conditioner for her residence. Her current A/C unit had quit working, and her home had become unbearably hot. Deputy Nelson spent several hours working to…Read More

Art

By Yasmina Reza | Metro

Translated by Christopher Hampton  DENTON, TX – Denton Community Theatre (DCT) is thrilled to present our next POINT Bank Black Box Theatre show, Art. This production is directed by Sherri Small and features a cast of three. DCT is pleased to welcome newcomers to the DCT stage, Shane Hurst and Kirk Holland, and are very glad to welcome back DCT veteran Damon Wadyko. Described as wildly funny, this is the story of Serge, a divorced dermatologist who has purchased an abstract painting – white with white lines. His friend, Marc,…Read More


Prosper Chamber Committee Finalizing Details for Awards Banquet

By 380news | Community

PROSPER, TX – The push to finalize details of the Prosper Chamber’s Fourth Annual Awards Banquet is on, with the awards banquet committee concentrating on securing financial sponsors for the event. “We have been working on this year’s banquet since the day after our last banquet,” says Chamber Chairman and banquet committee member Perry Waller. “The banquet has grown in…Read More

Plant the Seeds of Early Learning at the Grow a Reader Workshop

By 380news | Education

Free day of training for parents and teachers of young children  FRISCO, TX – You can make early literacy feel like child’s play! Frisco Public Library is hosting a full day of free early learning workshops on August 13th from 9am-5pm. Local librarians and guests from across the country will lead seminars throughout the day. Parents, caregivers, and early learning professionals will learn how to make the most of everything from story time to nap time. The Frisco Library is committed to early learning and is proud to provide free…Read More

A “Lunch ‘n Learn” Docent Orientation and Training Session

By Gretel L’Heureux | Education

The Denton County Office of History & Culture is seeking volunteers to join their growing team of docents. Volunteers can help as museum greeters, tour guides, in educational outreach programming to the schools, in the research room and at events. Hours and days are flexible. A “Lunch ‘n Learn” Docent Orientation and Training session will be held on Wednesday, August…Read More

Certified Food Manager Course

By Courtney Davis | Education

Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service will be offering a Certified Food Manager Course in Denton County on August 16-17, 2016, at the Joseph A. Carroll Building at 401 W. Hickory in Denton. This exciting hands-on food safety course will equip you with the latest in food safety principles and practices and will help prepare you for the State Certified Food…Read More

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