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Aubrey, officially founded in 1867, has an estimated population of 3,200. The town is known for the high number of horse ranchers, earning it … Read More

Argyle was founded in 1881 when the Texas and Pacific Railway Co. put in a railroad stop at Hickory Hill Road. It was incorporated as a town i…

Hickory Creek on Lewisville Lake, incorporated in 1963, has an estimated population of 4,222 (2016). It is home to lakeside residents, many of…

The city of Denton encompasses almost 100 square miles and is set to keep on filling the land as more people move here. According to the U.S. …

Cross Roads, incorporated in 1973, has an estimated population of 1,500. The workforce is a mixture of retail and agriculture workers.

Flower Mound, south of Denton on the Denton-Tarrant County line, is a vibrant city of more than 73,000 on the north shore of Grapevine Lake. I…

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Denton literally trades on its creative community. City leaders highlight the city’s performing and visual artists and have built a tourism br…

Shady Shores, with a population of 2,610, is named after its location on the western shoreline of Lewisville Lake. It remains a home for lakes…

Known for its thriving cabinet, countertop and millwork industry, Pilot Point, with a population of just over 5,000, enjoys a small-town envir…

Located just 10 miles southwest of Denton, Ponder is a growing rural community that has retained a small-town feel while enjoying easy access …

Residents can find information and resources at libraries large and small around the county. Here’s where to find books, music, movies, resear…

Sanger is located just minutes north of Denton on Interstate 35, giving its residents easy access to Denton and Dallas-Fort Worth.

Lewisville is the cornerstone community of what is known as the Lake Cities area, an aptly named region that surrounds the 30,000-acre lake na…

Corinth, incorporated in 1960, has an estimated population of 21,152. That is a sizable increase from the 400 people who lived there at the ti…