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Best of 2017: City Council elects incumbents, passes charter changes

May 6 local election results May 6, 2017 In the LISD Board of Trustees election, LTJ will call both seats based on early voting: Kristi Hassett...

Homeless person found dead

A man was found unconscious and not breathing this morning on the front porch of the Salvation Army’s Lewisville service center at 206 W....

Best of 2017: LISD $737.5 million bond passes in May

LISD election: Voters choose incumbents for another term, approve bond proposal May 15, 2017 District voters decided to keep Kristi Hassett and Tracy Scott Miller as...

Music City Mall to unveil ten commandments monument Friday

Music City Mall has announced that it will unveil its new ten commandments monument Friday afternoon at 3 p.m. The Ten Commandments monument weighs over...

After Denton fire, Lewisville council may act on Old Town sprinklers

Tragedy struck Denton in the wee hours of Wednesday morning Dec. 27 when an inferno erupted in the Downtown Mini Mall on the Square,...

Precinct 4 Commissioner Andy Eads running for County Judge

After serving on the Denton County Commissioners’ Court for the past 11 years, Andy Eads, 46, has thrown his hat into the race for...

Best of 2017: Vista Ridge Mall bought, becomes Music City Mall Lewisville

Vista Ridge Mall to be auctioned online June 30, 2017 If discussions on social media are any gauge, Lewisville Texans have their ideas on what...

Leggett on the ballot for Denton County Judge

Mother, teacher, artist, office manager, paralegal, animal rescuer and wildlife expert are all roles that Diana Leggett, 64, of Denton has held, but if...

Print Edition – 12/27/17

Here is the December 20, 2017 print edition of The Lewisville Texan Journal: The Lewisville Texan Journal's stories are available free online at LewisvilleTexan.com anytime....

Courthouse on the Square closed until further notice

The Denton County Commissioners’ Court held an emergency meeting Wednesday to discuss the Downtown Mini Mall fire on the Square and how it has...