Lewisville - Flower Mound - Highland Village

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3:41 PM Jun 30, 2022 CDT

The Realm at Castle Hills in Lewisville set to expand through 2025

The Realm consists of two buildings that include a mix of apartments, offices, restaurants and retail shops.

Things to do in Lewisville, Flower Mound and Highland Village this Independence Day weekend

Here are festivities scheduled during the three-day weekend in Lewisville, Flower Mound and Highland Village.

Barra Brava opens in Lewisville

The sports bar offers tacos, wings, fajitas, drinks and more.

Highland Village and Flower Mound rank among safest cities

SafeWise named Highland Village the seventh-safest city in Texas while Flower Mound was named fourth-safest city to raise a family in the U.S.

Texas leaders allocate $100.5M for school safety, mental health ahead of 2023 legislative session

Up to $5 million will be used to evaluate mental health services in Uvalde in the wake of the May 24 school shooting. The Hill Country Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities Center was asked to provide lawmakers with an assessment of the community's needs.

Valerie’s Taco Shop opens Flower Mound location

The Mexican restaurant offers a variety of meat and vegetable tacos.

Judge blocks Texas’ pre-Roe abortion law, temporarily resuming abortions for 2 weeks

A temporary restraining order will allow some abortion clinics across Texas to resume abortion care for at least two weeks. A secondary hearing is set for July 12.

GoZone sees ridership increase, potential fare changes

The GoZone service has seen a 15% increase in ridership from April-May.

North Texas GI Associates opens at The Shops at Highland Village

North Texas GI Associates is a gastroenterology practice.

Morriss Road pavement repairs in Flower Mound begin June 27

The repairs are expected to take approximately five weeks.

Officials urge Texans to attend local fireworks shows for July Fourth amid widespread drought

As Texas experiences a dry summer, burn bans and fireworks restrictions are in place in various counties. Fireworks are always prohibited on U.S. Forest Service land.

‘The state's highest environmental honor’: Texas Environmental Excellence Awards return for 30th year

For the 30th year, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality will honor people and groups for their achievements in environmental protection and preservation.

U.S. Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade: What’s next for Texas?

Texas is one of 13 states with a "trigger law" that is set to take effect within 30 days and will effectively criminalize all abortions in Texas, unless someone's life is threatened if they remain pregnant.

Salad and Go to open in Lewisville

The drive-thru restaurant chain offers a variety of salads.

Lewisville City Council approves lease agreement for temporary fire station

It is a 24-month lease beginning on June 21 and ending on May 31, 2024.

Chandler’s Kitchen to open in Flower Mound

Chandler’s Kitchen is expected to open July 1 in Flower Mound.

Lewisville residents to share input in police survey

The Lewisville Police Department has 259 employees, which includes 180 sworn police officers.

Awesome Times opens in Highland Village

The restaurant is family-friendly and serves wings, sandwiches, teriyaki bowls and salads.

Public safety director: Law enforcement response to Uvalde shooting was ‘abject failure'

During a public Senate hearing regarding the shooting in Uvalde, Texas DPS Director Steven McCraw said law enforcement waited 74 minutes to neutralize the gunman while they "waited for a key that was never needed."

Q&A: NAMI Central Texas program director speaks on pandemic and mental health

Rebecca Farrell sat down with Community Impact Newspaper to discuss the effects the pandemic had on mental illness across the country.

Flower Mound Town Council talks tennis center, potential project funding

Flower Mound Town Council discussed the potential for a May bond election for a tennis center during its June 20 meeting.