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Lewisville City Council approves $1.7 million amendment to Windhaven at Kansas City Southern Railroad Project
The amendment was prompted by change in scope and expansion of the project, according to the agenda item.
The business started as a food truck parked at the Grand Prairie Outlet Mall.
Just as the couple strives to help their community, they have found that their community helps them too
Dutch Bros Coffee serves specialty coffees, smoothies, teas, lemonade and snack items.
The new three-digit number will likely reduce calls to 911 during mental health emergencies, officials said.
Denton County is under an excessive heat warning, placing significant stress on the city’s water supply.
At Clink, even though it is a wine bar, Black explained that food is just as important as the wine.
Little Kitchen Academy will be expanding into Texas with 75 locations across the state planned for the next decade, according to a news release from Franchise Elevator PR.
The store will be a one-stop shop for hand-built guitars and craft beer
The lawsuit argues that the federal government has violated state sovereignty by requiring hospitals to provide abortions as a form of emergency medical treatment.
Music City Mall has seen multiple changes over the last few months as local officials work to bring the mall into a new era.
The funding is meant to make public transportation safer and more reliable.
Here are events happening in Lewisville, Flower Mound and Highland Village.
Staff has requested a study be conducted by TxDOT in mid-September on FM 407 between Barnett Boulevard and Tartan Trail to determine whether a traffic signal is warranted.
Denton County is the 210th of 254 Texas counties that has a burn ban in effect. Dallas, Collin and Tarrant counties also have burn bans in place.
Texans successfully reduced their energy use by nearly 500 megawatts at the beginning of ERCOT's previous conservation appeal, which was issued July 11.
Although more homes are now coming on the market than in previous years, homebuyers—particularly first-time buyers—still face challenges.
The proposed location would be south of Cross Timbers Road and west of Morriss Road, across from the town hall.
The 39th annual awards will highlight Texans who have given back to their communities. Nominations are due August 10.
The upscale barber shop and salon offers services for men and women. Its services include haircuts, massages, shampoos and blow drys, waxing and more.
The council unanimously voted to prohibit parking at Lake Falls Terrace and North Mill Street.
Texas students improved from 2021 in all STAAR subjects but are still regaining ground lost due to the pandemic in math.