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Review: ‘Baby Driver’ isn’t where it needs to be

6/10 “Baby Driver” is a movie trying to cartwheel down a well-trodden path, telling a story you’ve heard a dozen times with undeniable style....

Vista Ridge Mall to be auctioned online

If discussions on social media are any gauge, Lewisville Texans have their ideas on what needs to happen with the Vista Ridge Mall in...

Lewisville Texans can celebrate July Fourth at various locations, times

North Texas is teeming with options for us to celebrate our nation’s birthday. And, considering it’s illegal to shoot or possess fireworks in and...

Cooking Plebe: Nothing says ‘America’ quite like homemade mac and cheese

While the first mentions of a dish resembling macaroni and cheese takes you to a 13th century cookbook from Italy, the cheesy pasta was...

Mosquito spraying to start after first West Nile positive mosquito test

Vector Disease Control International, a private company contracted by the City of Lewisville, has confirmed the city's first positive West Nile Virus mosquito trap for 2017....

City announces Fourth of July concert special, Old Town fireworks

The City of Lewisville will hold a special multi-act concert event and fireworks show at Wayne Ferguson Plaza, 150 W. Church Street, on Tuesday,...

Denton County to get 1,300 paper voting machines

The Denton County Commissioner's Court approved the $8.7 million purchase of new Verity paper voting machines during their meeting June 20. County elections administrator...

Free student summer camp fuses Bible study, science

At DeLay Middle School last month, there was a summer program with elements many might find an unlikely combination — a Bible camp fused...

Fresh Ideas contest winner honors mass shooting victims in solo exhibit

A Flower Mound painter discussed mass shootings with tears in her eyes, and her passion spilled onto the canvases at her solo show “Targets.” Eilene...