A group of Denton businesses has banded together in a drive to thank frontline workers by delivering food to their places of work. Read more

Every time Aimee Myers’ two children begged her for a dog, the answer was always “no.” But after the coronavirus pandemic hit, she and her hus… Read more

Members of 4-H are staying active during the pandemic. Although face-to-face meetings have been canceled, some clubs are continuing to meet vi… Read more

The agriculture sector has been in the news quite a bit the past few weeks focusing on everything from processing plant closures to federal ai… Read more

The most popular question we get in the office is related to agriculture exemptions on property. A lot of producers have the assumption that t… Read more

May has been declared Mental Health Awareness month. Having a healthy mental state in life is key, especially during the challenges that we ar… Read more

Target has started posting a list of essential items that are in and out of stock within the store so shoppers know before heading inside for … Read more

From left to right, mother Crystal Sullivan, birthday boy Leo Sullivan, father Dain Sullivan and big sister Penelope Sullivan celebrate Leo’s … Read more

City officials closed playgrounds during the first emergency order, since it’s difficult for children to keep an appropriate distance from eac… Read more

While Denton County locals are whiplashed by their workplaces closing or hours being cut due to the response to the novel coronavirus, a local nonprofit food pantry and clinic has stepped up its aid. And should the county need the clinic to test or treat coronavirus patients, the nonprofit is prepared for that possibility, too. Read more

Editor’s note: This article is available free of charge for all readers as part of the Denton Record-Chronicle’s continued coverage of the cor… Read more