Health Services of North Texas Receives a $1,000,000 Grant to Expand Medical Services and Needs Community Support

By 380news | Community

DENTON, TX – Health Services of North Texas is excited to announce that we’ve been awarded a $1,000,000 Federal Grant to build a new Medical Center on Mesa Drive that will allow us to meet the growing demand in Denton County for medical care and support services. This lead gift has jump started the project and now we need community…Read More

First Case of Zika Virus Confirmed in Denton County

By 380news | Community

DENTON, TX – Denton County Public Health (DCPH) has confirmed its first travel-associated case of Zika virus for 2017. The individual affected is a resident of Trophy Club and travelled to Mexico, a country with active transmission. The individual is no longer contagious, and DCPH is not currently recommending ground spraying. To date, there has been no local transmission of…Read More

Water’s Taste and Smell in Prosper May be Affected by Maintenance

By 380news | Prosper

PROSPER, TX – Between now and April 10, some residents may detect a slight difference in the taste and smell of their water, says Water Conservation Education Coordinator Tristan Cisco. “This is the time of year that our water supplier conducts their system maintenance,” she said. “The maintenance of the system, always done during the cooler months, does not affect…Read More

Clearing Clutter at Home Aided by Little Elm Initiative

By 380news | Little Elm

Spring Clean & Green presented by CoServ  LITTLE ELM, TX – Clearing the clutter in the garage, attic and back yard is a time-honored springtime tradition for many Little Elm residents, and to lend a hand, the Town invites residents to this season’s Clean & Green. Set for Saturday, April 8, the bi-annual event, once again presented by CoServ, is open from 8 a.m. to noon, says Little Elm Public Works Director Kevin Mattingly. The Public Works Service Center, 1600 Mark Tree Lane, will be configured to accommodate traffic in…Read More

A Lifetime of Banking: PointBank’s J. Raymond David Sr. Celebrates 50 years in Banking

By 380news | Business

Pilot Point, TX – PointBank CEO J. Raymond David Sr. began his banking career in 1962 as a bookkeeper for First State Bank in Denton. It was clear very early on that David – a college student at the time – wanted to learn every nook and cranny of the industry, and by the time he left 14 years later, he had worked in nearly every department that bank had to offer. Mr. David still is very hands on in what has become nearly a lifetime in banking. He is…Read More

Little Elm Alert Implements System Improvements

By 380news | Little Elm

LITTLE ELM, TX – The inherent uncertainty of natural disasters, weather emergencies, major traffic incidents, utility outages or other unexpected contingencies almost always includes the lack of reliable information or the spreading of undependable data. To address that essential necessity, Little Elm’s Emergency Management Department is upgrading its Little Elm Alert system with the implementation of Everbridge, a back-office program that serves as the platform for sending emergency messages to subscribers. “Getting solidly reliable information out to affected residents is crucial to the success of any emergency management operation,” says…Read More

Fire at Scarborough Destroys One Building

By 380news | Metro

DALLAS/FORT WORTH, TX – Tuesday, March 14, 2017 at approximately 3:45 pm fire broke out at the Scarborough Renaissance Festival® site. First responders arrived at the site within five minutes of the fire being discovered and it was contained within 30 minutes. One two-story building, artisan shoppe “Pendragon Costumes” which sold Renaissance style apparel, was completely destroyed and another, “Broom Sticks” sustained moderate damage. The Ellis County Fire Marshall determined that the fire started in the electrical system of the building destroyed. The management of Scarborough Renaissance Festival® wishes to…Read More


Miracles Can Still Happen

By 380news | Metro

I love avocados—in all my meals; on my eggs at breakfast, my salads at lunch and my tortilla soup at supper. But my fav is guacamole and chips… all the time. Often times we go through life just enjoying the good things of life without knowing where they all began—in this case—the avocado. More specifically—the Hass Avocado. When you go to the grocery store to purchase your avocado’s— pick them up and carefully squeeze each one to make sure they are “just right,” more than likely, they are a Hass…Read More

Thin Line Fest’s Photo Exhibition, 2017 the Largest in Event’s History

By 380news | Travel & Entertainment

The photography portion of 2017 Thin Line Fest, April 19-23, will be larger than ever, organizers say, just in time to celebrate the event’s 10-year anniversary. Thin Line Fest is the only event in Texas to offer documentary films, live music and photography exhibits. General admission will be free this year in recognition of achieving the ten-year milestone. “We are excited to see an increase in photography submissions from extremely talented photographers,” Ed Steele, photography director, said. “As our name suggests, we are always pushing that thin line a little…Read More

Stretch 4 Life Academy

By 380news | Education

Now Enrolling Enrollment for Stretch 4 Life Academy’s 2017-18 school session is now open! S4L Academy is a school for students age 18 and older who are interested in becoming a licensed massage therapist (LMT). The schooling is intense, exceeding the minimum quality requirements by the State of Texas, to better ensure the students walk away knowing how the human…Read More

2017 Scholarship Opportunities

By 380news | Education

North Texas State Fair Association Are you involved with 4-H, FHA, FFA or other areas of leadership and applying for college and looking for scholarship opportunities? The North Texas State Fair Association, as part of its mission to “Invest in the Future of Our Youth,” is accepting applications for two $2,000 scholarships through April 1 from graduating North Texas students…Read More

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