Public services workers repair broken street lights around Lewisville

  After a complete inspection of all the streetlights in the city earlier this year, inspectors discovered 114 malfunctioning lights. Burned-out lights, bad wiring and...

LFD spreads Christmas cheer throughout the neighborhoods of Lewisville

  Sirens wailed as people poked their heads out of their doors to see Santa Claus atop a glowing fire engine. As the engine maneuvered...

Residents welcome visitors to Santa’s Village

For over 15 years Santa and Mrs. Claus — a.k.a. Bill and Bonnie Leech — have invited the communities of Lewisville, Flower Mound, and...

Hide, Lock, and Take during shopping season

Remind yourself and others when you leave the car to Hide Lock Take. If you see a person displaying items in their car or...

Neighborhood Services to recognize volunteers

The City’s Neighborhood Services Department will hold a “Cookies & Coffee” Holiday Reception 6 to 7 p.m. Dec. 6 at Medical Center of Lewisville...

Volunteers give back on Make A Difference Day

Hundreds of Lewisville residents took part in national Make A Difference Day. The event has been held on the fourth Saturday of the month...

First responders’ softball tournament raises $10,000 for charity

The 14th Annual Battle of the Badge softball tournament took place last Saturday at Toyota of Lewisville Railroad Park. Teams from 14 departments from...

Lewisville first responders compete in 14th annual Battle of the Badge

The Lewisville Police and Fire Departments will aim to bring the Battle of the Badge title back home after neighboring cities have won 7...

Assistant City Manager retires after 40 years of service

Steve Bacchus served his community for over 40 years, until his retirement last week. Those who worked alongside Bacchus said they will always cherish...

Perc to perk up Old Town Lewisville

A new craft coffee shop opened this past weekend in Old Town Lewisville. The Perc Coffeehouse officially opened its doors Friday at 5 p.m....
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