Lewisville City Council unanimously approved a special use permit which will allow Nortex Hotel Group to build a 125-room, four-story hotel on Rockbrook Drive off of SH 121.
If the Texas Education Agency approves Lewisville ISD’s waiver application, the district will not have to offer full-day pre-K to qualified students until the 2022-23 school year.
The gift and crafting boutique is set to relocate in March.
The emergency center, which is staffed with board certified physicians, will be open 24/7 year-round.
Early voting for the March 3 primary elections begins Feb. 18 for Denton County voters.
The cafe serves a variety of handcrafted coffee and espresso drinks as well as breakfast and lunch.
The business, which was previously located in Frisco, offers general contractor services.
Flower Mound will get a new bar this summer.
The store sells a variety of paints, tools and supplies.
SignatureCare Emergency Center will offer treatment for adults, children and infants.
The business offers eye exams and a variety of eyeglasses.
The business is part of a chain of modern-style boutique yoga studios; it was established in 2012.
The cafe will serve breakfast, lunch and coffee.
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The new coworking space is located in The Realm at Castle Hills.
The restaurant, which is located in The Shops at Highland Village, will serve traditional Indian dishes.
The restaurant serves Korean-style barbecue.
According to a note posted on the door of the eatery, BurgerIM will reopen April 1.
The salon uses a natural waxing method called sugaring.
A lockout notice was posted on the door of the business Jan. 31.
A love for weddings inspired Caroline Berend to open the boutique 30 years ago.
Dave Coussirat opened The Tavern at Lakeside in 2019 with the goal of creating a neighborhood bar in Flower Mound "where everybody knows your name."
The Texas Department of Transportation plans to invest $1.4 billion in improvements to several portions of I-35E through Lewisville over the next decade, according to the agency.
A historic farmhouse will be relocated from southern Flower Mound to Grapevine by the end of March to make way for Lakeside Village, a planned $1 billion mixed-use development.