Saturday, September 22, 2018

Alkeys opens in Old Town

Alkeys Lounge and Eatery opened Thursday evening in Old Town, Lewisville, where Elke’s Beer Haus used to be. John Young is one of the partners...

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...

City passes budget, tax rate without any ‘arm wrestling’

The Lewisville City Council adopted the fiscal year 2019 tax rate and budget at its regular meeting last night Sept. 17, along with new...

City issues $54.4 million in bonds, approves almost $500k in Thrive construction oversight

The Lewisville City Council approved a $47.2 million general obligation bond for refunding and capital improvement at its regular meeting Sept. 10, among the...

FC Dallas to hold Community Practice in Lewisville on Sept. 18

FC Dallas, the local professional Major League Soccer team, will hold its annual “Community Practice” on Tuesday, Sept. 18, at Lone Star Toyota of...

Water bill payment kiosk now installed in Old Town

A new electronic water bill payment kiosk has been installed in the west parking lot of City Hall, 151 W. Church St., replacing the...

City may issue $54.4 million in bonds for FY 2019 at regular meeting

At its regular meeting Sept. 10, the Lewisville City Council may authorize the city to issue a combined $54.4 million in 2018 bonds to...

Music City Mall – Lewisville celebrates grand opening Sept. 15

Music City Mall Lewisville is celebrating its grand re-opening and the culmination of a months-long effort to rejuvenate the mall, including new retailers and...

Labor Day rodeo represents significant city investment

Lewisville will host its 54th annual Labor Day rodeo this weekend at the rodeo arena on Parkway Drive. Though the tradition stretches back more...

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...