Old Town Lewisville residents want grocery and more DFW news

Old Town Lewisville residents live within walkable distance from a number of parks, restaurants and stores. But the neighborhood doesn't have its own grocery store. (Daniel Houston/Community Impact Newspaper)
Old Town Lewisville residents live within walkable distance from a number of parks, restaurants and stores. But the neighborhood doesn't have its own grocery store. (Daniel Houston/Community Impact Newspaper)

Old Town Lewisville residents live within walkable distance from a number of parks, restaurants and stores. But the neighborhood doesn't have its own grocery store. (Daniel Houston/Community Impact Newspaper)

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Lewisville in talks to bring grocery to Old Town, but hurdles remain

Pleas from residents for a new grocery store east of I-35E are not new to city officials. But officials say the effort to attract one to Old Town has faced substantial challenges.

District to explore extending 2021-22 school year at Lewisville, Rockbrook elementary schools

Administrators will explore the possibility of extending the 2021-22 school year at two elementary schools in Lewisville.



Fate of Luby's in Plano unclear after company announces plan to liquidate

Staff at Luby's in Plano said they are unaware of any forthcoming closure despite a Sept. 8 announcement by parent company Luby's Inc. that it will liquidate and sell its assets, which also include Fuddruckers.

In-person classes resume at Frisco ISD schools

After three weeks of virtual learning, Frisco ISD is welcoming about half of its students back to the classroom.

Frisco P&Z approves zoning amendments for indoor gun ranges

Indoor gun ranges in Frisco could be expanded into other zoning districts following approval of zoning ordinance amendments by the Frisco Planning & Zoning Commission.

Daniel Houston, Makenzie Plusnick and Elizabeth Ucles contributed to this report.



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The Kids Kastle community build was postponed due to the COVID-19 outbreak. (Rendering courtesy Play by Design/Community Impact Newspaper)
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The rebuilding of the Kids Kastle playground in Highland Village will go forward after coronavirus-related restrictions derailed the original plans for a community build.

The Lakeside Music Series will return to Flower Mound tonight after a hiatus brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. (Courtesy Lakeside Music Series)
Lakeside Music Series returns after coronavirus-related hiatus

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Dr. Sam Rolon is a physician for Baylor St. Luke's Medical Group Creekside Family Medicine in The Woodlands. (Courtesy St. Luke's Health)
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Wellmind Coffee Co. celebrated its one-year anniversary in early September. (Community Impact staff)
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Gov. Greg Abbott said Sept. 17 that data from Texas' 22 hospital regions will dictate when certain businesses can reopen at 75% capacity. (Screenshot of Sept. 17 press conference)
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The upcoming Starbucks location will open along US 380 in Frisco. (Courtesy Starbucks)
New coffee shops in Frisco, Plano plus more popular DFW news

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Lewisville ISD staff have returned to campuses throughout the district. (Courtesy Lewisville ISD)
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The project is only expected to affect the water's taste and smell, the city said. It will remain safe to drink. (Courtesy Fotolia)
'No health hazard': Lewisville water could taste odd through mid-October but remains safe to drink, city says

Drinking water in Lewisville may acquire an odd taste but should be safe to consume over the next few weeks, the city said.

Hot Crab is now serving seafood dishes in Richardson. (Courtesy Hot Crab)
Seafood eatery Hot Crab opens in Richardson and more DFW news

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Almost Home Animal Rescue's Heather Weeks, left, and Amy Desler pick up North Texas Giving Day yard signs. (Courtesy Kim Leeson/Communities Foundation of Texas)
North Texas Giving Day to aid more than 3,300 nonprofits

The 18-hour online event organized by Communities Foundation of Texas allows people to support local nonprofits and causes.

One in five children and adults have a learning disability, according to statistics from the National Center for Learning Disabilities. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
Q&A: National Center for Learning Disabilities expert discusses challenges of special education, remote learning during pandemic

The NCLD's director of policy and advocacy spoke about the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on special education students and their development in and out of the classroom.