Friday, September 21, 2018

The ‘Birdhouse Man’ shares joy, birdhouses

With his dark blue walker standing behind him and wearing his craftsman white apron, he carefully moved the woodcutting blade with his good right...

September is Library Card Sign-up Month

The Lewisville Public Library is joining with the American Library Association and libraries nationwide for Library Card Sign-up Month to encourage parents, caregivers and...

City launches live music website

The Lewisville Convention and Visitors Bureau is proud to announce the launch of LewisvilleTXLive.com, a website dedicated to the live music scene in Lewisville. Rock....

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....

‘Clear the Shelters’ adoption event Aug. 18

In an effort to save animal lives, reduce overcrowding in shelters and promote animal adoptions, all Dallas-Fort Worth Regional Animal Shelters have been asked...

John Koch solo exhibit opens at MCL Grand June 23

The Visual Art League of Lewisville presents the John Koch solo exhibit starting June 23 at Medical City Lewisville Grand Theater, 100 N. Charles Street. John...

Two injured in Sunday rollover accident

No one was killed in the rollover accident that held up I-35E Southbound for hours yesterday afternoon, Lewisville Police Capt. Mike Moore said. Though...

Lewisville City Council adopts IH-35E Corridor Overlay District

The Lewisville City Council recently adopted the IH-35E Corridor Overlay District as a guide to new development and redevelopment, and to establish enhanced building...

Drowning victim thanks Fire Department, urges water safety as summer begins

Now that school’s out and pool season is in full swing, summer is fully underway in Lewisville. With that comes a harsh, and almost...

Council to vote on agreement to pay $148,000 for seven parking spaces, sprinkler system...

At its June 4 meeting, Lewisville City Council is expected to pass an agreement that would pay building owners more than $21,000 per parking...