• Aubrey Peanut Festival

    Join Aubrey on October 1, 2016 for their 31st Annual Peanut Festival. The festival will begin at 10:00 a.m. with a parade. The Peanut Festival invites area groups, organizations and businesses to participate in the parade; entry forms are available…Read More

  • Little Elm Named Among Nation’s Top Ten Family Cities

    Financial services website places Town ninth in America LITTLE ELM, TX – NerdWallet, a website devoted to financial matters, has released its list of Best Small Cities for Families in America, and Little Elm has placed ninth overall. The website…Read More

  • GreenFest 2016 Set for September 24

    Help preserve the Greenbelt our region’s natural treasure! North Texas’ rapid growth is bringing jobs and opportunity, but it is also diminishing the room we have for outdoor activities and open countryside. In 1995, our region took a visionary step…Read More

  • Denton Master Gardeners’ Free Fall Garden Festival

    DENTON, TX – Whether you prefer gardening, shopping, cooking demos or silent auctions, there will be plenty of activities at the 2016 Fall Garden Fest, held from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 1, at Trietsch Memorial UMC…Read More

  • Lobos Win First Game at Home

    Little Elm’s Varsity Lobos won their first game of the season by defeating Bryan Adams, 52-0. Quarterback Logan Kohler, a sophomore, threw for 109 yards and rushed for 53. RB, Corey Moses ran for 62 yards.Read More

McKinney to spray two areas of city for mosquitoes

By 380news | Metro

McKINNEY, Texas (Sept. 27, 2016) – McKinney is set to spray two areas of the city to control mosquitoes after a positive mosquito pool and a human case of West Nile Virus were confirmed. Both sprays will start at 10 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 28, weather permitting.   Spray #1 is generally a half mile radius around Falcon Creek Park and Eddins…Read More

A Taste of Germany in Historic Downtown McKinney at Oktoberfest McKinney’s Oktoberfest provides three days of authentic German food, drink, activities and music

By 380news | Metro

What:    McKinney Oktoberfest   When:   5—11 p.m. Friday, Sept. 23              10 a.m. to 11 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 24               Noon to 5 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 25   Where: Historic Downtown McKinney   Photo and Video Opportunities:       Friday ·         Parade | 6 p.m.: A long-standing tradition of Oktoberfests around the world, the opening parade of McKinney’s Oktoberfest  is led by…Read More

Denton Community Theatre Presents Love Letters by A. R. Gurney

By 380news | Metro

DCT is proud to present Love Letters by A. R. Gurney – directed by Kim Campbell. She has cast husband and wife actors Buster and Cindy Maloney to bring the script to life. This unique theatre piece is comprised of exchanged letters over a lifetime. Andrew and Melissa, are childhood friends whose lifelong correspondence begins with birthday party thank-you notes and…Read More

Community Assessment for Public Health Emergency Response (CASPER) Training exercise to be held September 24, 2016

By 380news | Little Elm

Little Elm residents may get an unexpected knock on the door next week. The Denton County Public Health Department (DCPH), in conjunction with Denton County Medical Reserve Corps and Little Elm Emergency Management will be conducting door-to-door interviews as part of a training exercise on Saturday, September 24, 2016. Staff members will be interviewing a selection of residents in order to evaluate a rapid assessment tool called CASPER, which stands for “Community Assessment for Public Health Emergency Response.”   In the event of an emergency, the CASPER methodology allows officials…Read More

Aubrey Peanut Festival

By 380news | Travel & Entertainment

Join Aubrey on October 1, 2016 for their 31st Annual Peanut Festival. The festival will begin at 10:00 a.m. with a parade. The Peanut Festival invites area groups, organizations and businesses to participate in the parade; entry forms are available at www.AubreyPeanutFestival.com. The deadline for parade entries is September 23, 2016. This year’s festival will include arts and crafts booths,…Read More

GreenFest 2016 Set for September 24

By 380news | Travel & Entertainment

Help preserve the Greenbelt our region’s natural treasure! North Texas’ rapid growth is bringing jobs and opportunity, but it is also diminishing the room we have for outdoor activities and open countryside. In 1995, our region took a visionary step and set aside the North Texas Greenbelt to preserve the natural and scenic beauty along the Elm Fork of the…Read More

Denton ISD Sees Student Enrollment Increase

By 380news | Education

Denton Independent School District enrollment increased for the sixth consecutive year with 27,528 students attending classes on Monday, Aug. 22 the district’s first official day of school. Enrollment increased by 1,295 students, with the district projected to grow at 2.5 percent each year for the next five years. Denton ISD posted overall enrollment numbers of 13,501 elementary students and 14,011 secondary students for the first day of the 201617 school year. Denton ISD’s continued growth led to opening of two new campuses this year Braswell High School and Bell Elementary.…Read More


Helping Kids Tune In

By John Hill, Pack 65 | Healthy Lifestyles

Technology seems to rules our kids’ lives. From phones, to tablets, to streaming media, there is no lack of “things” that will allow our children to tune out the world. There is one organization that starts at the youngest level to make sure that our youth are tuned in to the real world: Cub Scouts! The idea of Cub Scouting…Read More

Two New Mosquito Samples in Denton Test Positive for West Nile Virus

By 380news | Metro

City of Denton Remains under Risk Level 4 – Public Health Warning DENTON, TX – Two new samples of mosquitoes collected from traps in Denton tested positive for West Nile virus. The first sample was collected on Aug. 16 from a trap located near the Pecan Creek Water Reclamation Plant at 1100 S. Mayhill Rd. The second sample was collected on Aug. 23 near the Good Samaritan Society – Lake Forest Village complex on Montecito Drive. Currently, 11 total samples have tested positive for West Nile virus in Denton this…Read More

Electricity and Gas Outdoor Safety Tips

By 380news | Metro

Whatever you do, remember this: Electricity constantly looks for a path to the ground, and that’s when it hurts you. Let’s say you’re moving a tall ladder and the top of it brushes an overhead line. What’s wrong with this picture? The line touches the ladder, the ladder touches you, and you touch the ground. Uh-oh. You just got shocked…Read More

Little Elm Registration Open for National Night Out Block Parties

By 380news | Little Elm

Annual police and fire personnel visits set for Oct. 4 LITTLE ELM, TX – Registration is now open for Little Elm neighborhoods to add their block parties to the annual National Night Out schedule, set for Tuesday, Oct. 4. “National Night Out is one of our most important community events,” says Little Elm Police Officer Nicole Shaw the department’s Training…Read More

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