Mosquito spraying to start after first West Nile positive mosquito test

Vector Disease Control International, a private company contracted by the City of Lewisville, has confirmed the city's first positive West Nile Virus mosquito trap for 2017....

City announces Fourth of July concert special, Old Town fireworks

The City of Lewisville will hold a special multi-act concert event and fireworks show at Wayne Ferguson Plaza, 150 W. Church Street, on Tuesday,...

Denton County to get 1,300 paper voting machines

The Denton County Commissioner's Court approved the $8.7 million purchase of new Verity paper voting machines during their meeting June 20. County elections administrator...

Free student summer camp fuses bible study, science

  At DeLay Middle School, there’s a summer program with elements many might find an unlikely combination — a bible camp fused with a science,...

Fresh Ideas contest winner honors mass shooting victims in solo exhibit

A Flower Mound painter discusses mass shootings with tears in her eyes, and her passion spills onto the canvases at her solo show “Targets.” Eilene...

City selects artist to create public art piece for new Multigenerational Center

The Lewisville City Council has hired artist Andrew Dufford of Chevo Studios in Colorado to create and install the first piece of public art...

Lewisville recommends boost in police, firefighter pay for 2017-18

Beginning in October, Lewisville’s first responders could have little more in their paychecks. After comparing Lewisville’s police and fire pay ranges to other similar cities...

Review: Prohibition Chicken has great service, atmosphere but disappointing chicken

  Prohibition was a period when America was dry. Prohibition Chicken, however, took dry in a different direction. Not even thorough service, a warm atmosphere and...

Summer food program ensures children are eating when school’s out

  Going to the pool, sleeping in and avoiding math equations are a few activities students can expect to do when the school year is...

Hey, Texplainer: What constitutional amendments will be on the November ballot?

by Alex Samuels The Texas Tribune Any changes to the Texas Constitution must be approved by a majority of Texas voters. But first, these constitutional amendments must...
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