Denton County voters showed strong support for the GOP ticket in the three major state races in the Nov. 8 election.
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The city of Corinth announced Monday that the basketball court at Corinth Community Park will be shut down for the next two weeks.
The Denton-Lake Cities Rotary Club and the Promise Partnership Program enlisted the help of schools, households and community members to collect plastic bottle caps for the Buddy Bench Project.
During its Aug. 29 meeting, the LDISD Board of Trustees approved the 2022-2023 budget and tax rate.
Brenton Copeland, Technology Services Manager for the City of Corinth, has successfully graduated from the 2021-2022 Certified Government Chief Information Officers Program™ at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s School of Government.
At the Aug. 29 Special Board meeting, Lake Dallas ISD welcomed back Courtney Tankersley to its Board of Trustees. Tankersley was unanimously appointed by the Board of Trustees to fill the vacant Place 1 position.
Denton County 4-H celebrated its members on Saturday, August 13, at its annual Gold Star Banquet.
What started out as a crowdsourcing campaign to help one senior citizen obtain a fan inadvertently evolved into a social media movement in Denton County.
The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) and State Farm Agent Matt Friess are teaming up to support fire safety in Corinth. Friess recently donated a Sparky the Fire Dog education kit to the Lake Cities Fire Department. Each kit share…
Denton County will hold a public meeting on Tuesday, August 23rd to gather public input for updating their Hazard Mitigation Plan. This meeting will be held in-person at 5:30 p.m. at 1 Courthouse Drive, 3rd Floor, Conference 2020 Room, Denton…
If you have had to sit for a prolonged period on Interstate 35E because of crashes caused by speeding, inattentive, and reckless drivers you have felt both frustration and increased personal danger. Your Lake Cities police officers feel that,…
An amber alert was issued Saturday for 12-year-old Angie Carrasco by the Corinth Police Department. Law enforcement officials believe she could be in grave or immediate danger.