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Council increases sign options for Lewisville businesses

City council members unanimously approved an ordinance change and amendment to Article Six of the Lewisville City Code in a 4-0 vote on July...

Animal shelter renamed in honor of late Lewisville Mayor Gene Carey

Lewisville’s longest serving mayor was honored with a building in his name, and it was the idea of a 17 year old. Gene Carey was...

Volunteer applications now being accepted for Western Days

Volunteers wanting to help with the 2017 Lewisville Western Days can now sign up online. The success of Western Days, which takes place Sept. 29...

Mayor’s Corner: Legislature threatens local control

The Lewisville Mayor’s Corner By Mayor Rudy Durham Gov. Greg Abbott has called the Texas Legislature into special session that started this week. The agenda set...

Fire damages roof of Terry’s Supermarket

A fire damaged the roof of Terry’s Supermarket Thursday afternoon, but according to Fire Chief Tim Tittle, there were no injuries. The fire department was...

Unknown suspect shoots into Lewisville apartment

Shots were fired into a dwelling at Arbor Creek Apartments at the 300 block of E. Southwest Parkway approximately a quarter after midnight Thursday...

City of Lewisville hires new director of Neighborhood and Inspection Services

  Wayne Snell takes over as the city’s new director of Neighborhood and Inspection Services. “The City of Lewisville is very dynamic and has all the...

Lewisville Fire Department division chief retires, sets out to get master’s

  After more than 28 years as a firefighter who has worked his way through the ranks, retired Division Chief Greg Kohn will take on...

Ground sprayings Tuesday, Wednesday after mosquito traps come back positive for West Nile

Vector Disease Control International, a private company contracted by the City of Lewisville, has confirmed the city's fourth, fifth, and sixth positive West Nile...

City offers tips for mosquito season

West Nile Virus is a potentially serious virus transmitted by mosquitoes that, when contracted by humans, affects the central nervous system. While the large majority...