City Council talks Old Town rezoning, approves bronze statue of Wayne Ferguson

Lewisville City Council discussed re-zoning Old Town and clarifying its substandard structures ordinance in a pre-meeting discussion before approving its consent agenda, which included...

School board talks legislative priorities for next year’s state legislature

The Lewisville ISD Board of Trustees met for lunch Monday May 21 to hammer out their lobbying priorities for the next state legislative session,...

Council may approve Ferguson statue, announce citizen vacancies at May 21 meeting

Lewisville City Council may approve a bronze statue of Wayne Ferguson in the plaza that bears his name, two city advisory vacancies and a...

School board may increase school lunch prices, approve Vickery expansion at regular meeting

The Lewisville ISD Board of Trustees will swear in the newly elected Allison Lassahn and elect new officers tonight at its regular meeting before...

May 22 Run-off Elections

A primary run-off election will take place May 22. Lewisville, TX residents can vote in three different elections, depending on their party. Early voting...

Durham retains mayorship, Ferguson, Cade go to runoff

Lewisville residents decisively re-elected mayor Rudy Durham for a second term on election night, May 5. Incumbent City Council member Neil Ferguson and former...

Early voting ends with above-average early voting turnout for May 5 election

Early voting for the May 5 city and school board elections ended Tuesday with Lewisville putting in an above-average early voting turnout, but still...

Lewisville receives grant funding for 10-minute walk campaign

As part of the 10-Minute Walk Campaign, Lewisville was recently selected to receive $40,000 in grant funding from the National Recreation and Park Association...

LISD candidates discuss positions in PTA forum

In a rapid-fire forum, the LISD council of PTAs questioned the five school board candidates last Thursday night April 19. The five school board...

Mary Smith runs for council

Thirteen year Lewisville resident Mary Smith is seeking to represent her community on Lewisville City Council, running for Place 2. Smith initially came to...