People and Places

The Gift of Helping Nature Adopt-A-Nest Box at Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge Center

By 380news | People and Places

The Gift of Helping Nature Adopt-A-Nest Box at Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge Center Nest boxes are available now through January 31, 2020 or while supplies last. Eastern Bluebirds make their homes in Texas during certain times of the year. There populations have been steadily declining over the years.  You can help the plight of the Eastern Bluebird while learning all about their nesting habits!  For a small donation to The Friends of the Hagerman, your adopted nest box will have your name on it and you’ll receive an email every…Read More

City of McKinney holds ribbon cutting for Nancy Lieberman Charities “Dream Court” and grand re-opening of Fitzhugh Park

By 380news | People and Places

  McKINNEY, Texas (Oct. 8, 2019) – Nancy Lieberman Charities in partnership Sport Court, Covenant Church and the City of McKinney will unveil a new “Dream Court” in the newly renovated Fitzhugh Park, 700 Fitzhugh St., during a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 4:15 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 9. The city’s Parks and Recreation Department will also celebrate the grand re-opening of Fitzhugh Park. Originally built in 2000, Fitzhugh Park was recently updated with new playground equipment, a shaded pavilion and new park benches. “Our recent work at Fitzhugh Park is representative of…Read More

Veterans Services Organizations Sought to Apply for Grants

By 380news | People and Places

Veterans services organizations sought to apply for grants AUSTIN, TX – Grants supporting veteran services are available to eligible non-profit organizations and government agencies from the Fund for Veterans’ Assistance (FVA) of the Texas Veterans Commission (TVC). The application deadline for 2020 FVA grants is October 25, 2019. For detailed instructions on how to apply, click https://www.tvc.texas.gov/grants/apply/. Additionally, a webinar on how to apply may be viewed at https://www.tvc.texas.gov/grants/ . Past grants to organizations ranged from $15,000 to $500,000. Hear grant recipients explain how FVA grants help their missions at…Read More

Denton Dog Days 2018

By 380news | Community

Dog Days of Denton is celebrating 25 years as Denton’s most original festival for pooches and their people.  The event is typically held on the first weekend in October and is FREE to the public. The event features arts, crafts, educational demonstrations, canine talent contests, entertainment and fun for the entire family! If imitation is the finest form of flattery, Dog Days certainly has a strong legacy.  Texas’ original event for an about dogs has frequently been borrowed from both locally and state-wide.  The event is made possible of our…Read More

Molar Bear Welcomed to the Little Elm Area

By Jim Manning | People and Places

Molar Bear Family Dental was welcomed to the area by The Little Elm Chamber with a ribbon cutting Ceremony. Dr. Wang and her staff invite you to visit. They are located at 360 Stonebrook Parkway just off Highway 423. For more information please contact them at 469-252-0522.Read More

Little Elm Chamber Welcomes Panther Creek Animal Hospital

By Jim Manning | People and Places

Panther Creek Animal Hospital with Dr Kim, DVM and his staff, was welcomed to the community by the Little Elm Chamber of Commerce and a ceremonial ribbon cutting. They are located at 11851 FM 423, Suite 100, Little Elm. Their phone number is 972-987-4522.Read More

McAlister’s Deli Opening Second Location in Denton

By 380news | People and Places

New restaurant will open this spring  DALLAS, TX – McAlister’s Deli® Dallas based franchisee, The Saxton Group, will open its second McAlister’s Deli location in Denton, Texas this Spring. In 1989, the first McAlister’s Deli® opened in a converted gas station in Oxford, MS. The fast-casual chain has remained one of the nation’s top franchises by being dedicated to genuine hospitality, handcrafted sandwiches, always-fresh salads, giant stuffed spuds, and McAlister’s Famous Sweet Tea™. The second Denton restaurant will be located at 2200 W. University Drive Ste. 190, Denton, TX 76201. The restaurant is 3,540 square feet and will seat up to 122 guests. The Saxton Group plans to hire 40-45 employees. “We are excited about our second McAlister’s Deli in…Read More

Deepen the Respect and Connectivity to Your Horse

By Karen Svien | People and Places

Our 380 Corridor community is full of horse enthusiasts and I imagine there are many who would enjoy a deeper connectivity and relationship with their horses. The method I am learning, the Carolyn Resnick Method, increases my horses’ respect and acceptance of my leadership in a cooperative and powerful way. The multiple training clinics that I have recently attended with Carolyn Resnick are undoubtedly the foundation of all equestrian pursuits. Carolyn first coined the phrase, “Liberty Horsemanship” and her methods specifically use the natural language of horse herds. Carolyn studied the dynamics of wild horses for over a year before she began to develop her program. The herds have a distinct code of conduct with a strong sense of community as…Read More

Secretary Pablos Wants Texans To Be Ready to Vote

By 380news | People and Places

“Early preparedness is key for all Texans wishing to cast a vote. If you want your voice to be heard, you have to be prepared” AUSTIN, TX – Texas Secretary of State Rolando Pablos today reminded Texans to make all necessary preparations to be able to cast their vote in the upcoming March 6 Primary Election. Secretary Pablos encouraged all eligible Texas voters to ensure that they (1) are registered to vote in their county of residence, and (2) are aware of what they need to bring to the polls in order to cast a ballot. Additionally, Secretary Pablos urged voters to contact their respective county elections office to become familiar with their ballot, locate their appropriate polling location, and…Read More

Genealogy Expo

By 380news | People and Places

Find Your Place in History FRISCO, TX – Calling all genealogy buffs! Looking to connect with your ancestors, build your personal genealogy, and start your written history? On Saturday, November 18, join the Frisco Public Library and the Heritage Association of Frisco at the Senior Center at Frisco Square for an all-day Genealogy Expo to learn from local and national experts and discover exciting resources for beginners and experts alike. Experienced genealogy researchers from local libraries and organizations such as the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) and the University…Read More


By 380news | People and Places

Groundbreaking Ceremony held at Carl Gene Young Sr. Park  DENTON, TX – The City of Denton Parks and Recreation Department and volunteer leaders held a public groundbreaking ceremony for the development of the City’s first sprayground. The ceremony was on Friday, June 30 . The sprayground idea was first identified by a group of local parents, then grew into a grassroots campaign led by Amber Briggle with the support of City Council, the Denton Parks Foundation, and the City of Denton Parks and Recreation Department.Read More

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