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35 South spends hours closed after trucker falls asleep at the wheel

The southbound lanes of I-35E were closed this morning after an 18-wheeler crashed into the barrier between the main and express lanes of the...

Council to consider adopting valet parking regulations, discuss rebate program

Lewisville City Council will consider adding a framework for valet parking in Old Town during its regular meeting Feb. 5. According to the agenda...

KLB Garden Secrets class to focus on “Horti-Couture: What’s Hot for 2018”

Keep Lewisville Beautiful will hold its Garden Secrets class, “Horti-Couture: What’s Hot for 2018” 6 to 7 p.m. Feb. 15 at Medical City Lewisville...

Coffee with Cops on Feb. 15

Police Chief Russ Kerbow and Farmers Insurance invite the public to Coffee with Cops 7 to 9 a.m. Feb. 15 at LHS Harmon Campus, 1250...

Lewisville Lake Symphony presents “Drumroll” on Feb. 9

Lewisville Lake Symphony presents its “Drumroll” concerto 7:30 p.m. Feb. 9 at Medical City Lewisville Grand Theater, 100 N. Charles Street. This performance features the winner of...

El Autobus Reloaded coming to MCL Grand

Acclaimed actor/comedian Emilio Lovera and cuatro virtuoso Jorge Glem perform in their show “El Autobus Reloaded” on 8 p.m. Feb. 3 at Medical City...

“Elvis: Remembered” comes to MCL Grand

Don't miss 2015 Ultimate Elvis Tribute Concert World Champion David Lee in his Texas debut, along with DFW's David Allen, as they present their...

Lewisville CVB seeks residents’ help on City history project

Lewisville Convention and Visitors Bureau is seeking help from residents on a project to document the city’s rich history and create public displays at...

Multi-Generational Center Public Art presentation set for Feb. 22

Lewisville will hold two public meetings to debut the public art component of the new Multi-Generational Recreation Center and update residents on the project Feb....

After beating cancer, former council member seeks old seat

After taking almost a year to fight off cancer, former city council member Ronni Cade is running once again for a seat on the...