The Lewisville High School cheerleaders won first place in large co-ed game day at the Universal Cheerleaders Association’s National High School Cheerleading Championship.
Event coincides with National Cardiac Rehabilitation Week
The Lewisville Fire Department responded to a house fire around 3:40 p.m. Friday in the 500 block of Harvest Hill Street. Multiple engines responded, and firefighters had the fire out quickly. Officials said the fire was contained to a detached garage.
Students enjoying atypical classroom atmosphere
Event to draw more than 2,000 participants
Grand opening to benefit Mended Little Hearts of Dallas
Trademark Property Co., the operating partner for The Shops at Highland Village, announced that Torchy’s Tacos has signed a lease for 5,262 square feet at the recently renovated shopping center.
Swimming and diving berths at the Class 5A and 6A State Championships (Friday and Saturday in Austin) were secured last weekend when programs from throughout the state competed in their respective regional championships.
The District 6-6A Wrestling Championships took place last Saturday with programs from Colleyville Heritage, Coppell, Flower Mound, Hebron, Lewisville, Marcus and R.L. Turner in action at Lewisville High School.
The Texas State 7-on-7 football tournament was finalized Monday for July 7-9 in College Station.
All throughout the Metroplex, student-athletes involved in a myriad of high school sports officially signed National Letters of Intent Wednesday for the opportunity to participate in college athletics.
NORTH RICHLAND HILLS – After months of anticipation, the landscape of the next two years in state high school athletics became a reality during the UIL’s biennial realignment and reclassification.
Cinemark Theatres, iPic Theaters and Super League Gaming are bringing video games to movie theaters as gamers are invited to play one of the world’s most popular games, Minecraft, at four DFW-area cinemas beginning Feb. 16. Super League, the world’s first and largest in-theater video game le…
The 2016 DFW Asian Film Festival (DFW SAFF) will showcase 13 award-winning shorts, documentaries and feature films that have been consciously curated for the North Texas audience from Feb. 19 to Feb. 21 at the Perot Museum, 2201 N. Field St., Dallas and the Angelika Film Center, 7205 Bishop …
Last week, the Donaldson Adoption Institute (DAI) was excited to be in Dallas to hold our second Let’s Adopt Reform town hall meeting, an initiative that aims to strengthen all families by igniting a national conversation about adoption and foster care adoption in the 21st century. We were j…
Ken Byler shares some thoughts on the secularization of Christmas.