Lewisville nonprofit looking for volunteers

October 7, 2015 by  

Make-A-Difference day is fast approaching, and Keep Lewisville Beautiful is on the lookout for a few great volunteers.

During the annual event, now in [Read more]

Lewisville preps for Western Festival

September 15, 2015 by  

The town of Lewisville is gearing up for two days of Western-themed fun.

E-tickets can be printed directly from [Read more]

New cat-themed café on the way for Lewisville

August 9, 2015 by  

If things go along as planned, Lewisville may soon have an opportunity to enjoy a new feline-themed eatery that will also help cats find [Read more]

Local library schedules summertime activities for kids of all ages

July 13, 2015 by  

To help parent keep their kids busy until school starts again, the Lewisville Library has scheduled a number of events throughout July for preschool and elementary age children, and for teenagers.

The library has used [Read more]

ERs in Lewisville and surrounding area hold food drive

June 12, 2015 by  

As summer gets underway, people in Lewisville and the area around Dallas-Fort Worth are being given the opportunity to give back to their communities.

First Choice Emergency Room and the [Read more]

Lewisville drama students take play to state championships

May 12, 2015 by  

Student actors at Lewisville High School have achieved something the school has not managed since 1991 – they have advanced to the state championship level of the University Interscholastic League Class 6A.

The school’s production of a [Read more]

Lewisville drama program concludes with historical play

April 4, 2015 by  

For its last play of the 2014-2015 season, the Texas Woman’s University drama program will produce Henry V, by William Shakespeare.

One of the bard’s historical plays, the [Read more]

Lewisville teachers move to head of the class

March 15, 2015 by  

The names of the finalists for Lewisville ISD Teacher of the Year 2015 have been announced, and two teachers from the local area have made the grade.

Robert Borenstein, who teaches AP United States history at [Read more]

Lewisville says ‘cello’ to new star

February 5, 2015 by  

Sai Sai Ding is only 13 years old, but later this month, residents of Lewisville will get to hear the young cellist’s talent when he performs a solo with the Lewisville Lake Symphony.

Ding has taken home the top prize in [Read more]

Lewisville theater project gets driven forward

January 13, 2015 by  

The old is about to become the new in Lewisville, as the City Council has recently agreed to provide a Special Use Permit to Coyote Drive-In.

The locally based company aims to [Read more]

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