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Budget public hearings scheduled

The Lewisville City Council will hold two public hearings on the Fiscal Year 2018-19 budget, 7:30 a.m. Sept. 4 and 7 p.m. Sept. 10...

Stephen P. Hood takes helm as President and CEO at CCA

The board of directors of Christian Community Action are pleased to introduce Stephen P. Hood as the new President and CEO of the organization....

LISD rejects A-F school district grading scale, rails against standardized test

Lewisville ISD published a letter last week rejecting A-F school district rankings. But the district’s friction with the state goes back much further. Last...

Council recognizes special olympians, moves forward on Valley Vista park

At its regular meeting Aug. 20, Lewisville City Council authorized city manager Donna Barron to pursue a $500,000 grant from the Texas Parks and...

Witnesses describe blood, terror of child murder

Sandra Vaughn didn’t know what gunshots sounded like. She said she thought that someone was banging on their trash cans. Vaughn lives next door...

Update: Police identify Oak Forest murder suspect, release affidavit

Update 4:50 p.m. 8/21: Lewisville police have released the affidavit for Blair Ness, the suspect in the violent Aug. 19 murder at the Oak...

North Texans fight California wildfires with fire

Firefighters from Lewisville and other Texas fire departments are busy helping California contain one of its larger wildfires. And they’re using fire to fight...

Taste for a Cause with Denton County Friends of the Family

Tickets sales are now live for Taste for a Cause, benefiting Denton County Friends of the Family, the un-gala of the year. The event...

Council takes over lighting for Old Town, approves series of economic agreements in first...

Lewisville City Council met Monday evening and approved a lighting agreement that will see the city take over outdoor lighting for certain buildings in...

A Lewisville mural in New Orleans

As bronze sculptures and public murals earn funding from city hall, one lifetime Lewisville resident and artist helped put up a mural somewhere else...