• Put the Phones Down

    Handheld Device Ban is in Effect Denton, TXAs of June 1, the use of handheld communications devices, including voice calls, is prohibited while operating a vehicle in the Denton city limits. Hands-free systems include Bluetooth, mounted or installed units, and…Read More

  • Newly Elected Council Members Sworn In

    Little Elm Mayor David Hillock presented a certificate of election to Stephanie Shoemaker and Curtis Cornelious at a recent Town Council meeting, and they were sworn in by Kathy Phillips with the Oath of Office. Stephanie Shoemaker, Place 6, ran…Read More

  • 2017 Denton County Fruit, Vegetable, Herb and Flower Show

    All Denton County gardeners are invited to enter the 2017 Denton County Fruit, Vegetable, Herb and Flower Show on Saturday, June 10, at 9:00 am at the Denton Community Market. This is an open show sponsored by the Denton County…Read More

  • Special Olympics a Rewarding Day for All

    At the beginning, of the Little Elm Special Olympics, the torch carriers are ready to go along the entrance route and carrying the torch down the streets. They are escorted by the Little Elm Police. As the athletes enter the…Read More

  • Chamber Welcomes Smoothie King to Little Elm

    Smoothie King was welcomed by the Little Elm Chamber of Commerce. The ribbon cutting took place at their store in front of the Kroger Marketplace on the Highway 423 side. Everyone attending received a complimentary healthy smoothie.Read More

Novi Sad A Hidden Gem on the Danube

By 380news | Travel & Entertainment

The Journey: It was solely my idea to drag my husband and youngest son to a destination that was relatively obscure, in a country with a recently truculent past. Consequently, there was a tinge of apprehension as my family boarded the train for a seven hour journey to a place we knew very little about. However, the way I see…Read More

Jairia Diggs Named Principal of Providence Elementary

By 380news | Education

Providence, TX – Jairia Diggs, assistant principal of Roanoke Elementary School (Northwest ISD) since 2013, has been named the principal of Providence Elementary School. Mr. Julio Lopez who has served as the principal for the past two years, will serve the district’s students in a different capacity in the fall. “As a mom and a school leader, my heart truly…Read More

Little Elm Library Sets Three Book Signings for July

By 380news | Little Elm

LITTLE ELM, TX – The Little Elm Public Library is hosting three meet-the-author and book signing events in July, all geared to the adult readers seeking advice on financial planning, caring for elderly parents and artistic expression. The library occupies the first f loor of the Little Elm Town Hall, 100 West Eldorado Parkway. Events are free and open to…Read More

Prosper Town Council Increases Homestead Exemption to 10%

By 380news | Prosper

PROSPER, TX – Prosper’s Town Council voted to approve raising the homestead exemption from 7.5 percent to 10 percent, effective immediately. The higher exemption, which serves to lower the tax exposure for property taxes levied by the Town of Prosper, was approved during the Regular Session of the Town Council meeting of June 27. Council authorized the initial exemption in the fall of 2015. “Homeowner tax relief is something everyone on Council agrees on,” says Prosper Mayor Ray Smith. “The value of virtually all homes and property in Proper is…Read More

Town of Prosper Seeking Volunteers for Boards and Commissions

By 380news | Prosper

Applications due by Aug. 4, appointees take office on Oct. 1 PROSPER, TX – The annual call for Prosper residents to volunteer for open seats on the Town’s boards and commissions is being sounded by the Council, as it seeks to identify potential members for the 20 positions to be filled this year. “Serving as a volunteer on boards and commissions is an impactful way that citizens can participate in the community’s decision making process,” says Town Secretary Robyn Battle. “The Council encourages all eligible citizens to step forward and…Read More

Aubrey Resident Earns Eagle Scout

By Kate Craig | Aubrey

AUBREY, TX – Trevor Freeman is the newest Eagle Scout recipient of Troop 1300 in Aubrey. Trevor, son of Doug and Shannon Freeman, received his award at an Eagle Court of Honor held on June 3rd in Oak Point. Freeman installed the flag pole at a local meetinghouse of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints for his Eagle Project. Previously, the building had been the only Church meetinghouse in the region without one. Regarding patriotic respect, as symbolized by the American flag, Freeman said, “I think it’s important…Read More

Annual Water Quality Report Issued by Town of Prosper

By 380news | Prosper

Report cites quality of water used by residents  PROSPER, TX – The latest report on the quality of the drinking water the Town of Prosper distributes to residences and businesses is now available online, at Town Hall, and at the various Town facilities. “The Water Quality Report is a publication that is not only required by state and federal regulations, but also serves to provide residents with critical information regarding this important resource,” says Tristan Cisco, Prosper’s Water Education Coordinator. The three-page report, while distributed this year, reflects results from…Read More


Reconstruction of Road in Western Little Elm Begins

By 380news | Little Elm

LITTLE ELM, TX – A seven-month reconstruction project is scheduled to start on July 5 for the westernmost road in Little Elm. Dickson Lane from Eldorado Parkway to Hill Lane, essentially Little Elm’s southwestern Town limits, will result in a complete conversion of the two-lane blacktop into a wider concrete roadbed. Construction is scheduled to last until February 2018. “While the work was originally planned to take a full year, we’ve been able to shave off five months from the timetable by closing it and allowing the contractor full access,”…Read More

Newly- Redesigned Little Elm Website is Mobile Friendly

By 380news | Little Elm

Residents, visitors now have full website in pocket or purse LITTLE ELM, TX – The always-connected nature of today’s information-based society is becoming more prevalent as more interaction is conducted over mobile devices. That’s the principle behind the newly redesigned Town of Little Elm website, according to Marketing, Communications and Sales Coordinator Kali Flewellen. The web address is unchanged at www.littleelm.org. “Little Elm is perfectly suited for the kind of technology that allows people instant information anywhere they are,” she said. “On the one hand, our residents can be instantly…Read More

KIDS COOKING CAMP

By 380news | Metro

In The Kitchen with MOM Are you looking for exciting experience for your kids this summer? It is not too late to enroll in the Kids Cooking Camp at World Famous MOMS. Krys Murray will teach the young chefs so much more than how to follow a recipe and they will have so much fun they will not even know…Read More

The Little Elm Literacy Program Holds Awards Banquet

By Jim Manning | Education

Beginning in 2009, the Little Elm Adult Literacy Program was launched and the English as a Second Language (ESL) classes began. Building their effectiveness for adults coming to our area the program has greatly expanded, with the guidance of Dianna Russell being one of the ever present volunteers. Over the years, instructors were found and funds raised. The instructors and…Read More

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