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  • Police investigate identity theft reports

    A number of Lantana residents have found they have lots of new credit accounts, but they weren’t the ones who opened them. ...
  • Ambassador in training

    Angell Kim, a 2010 Marcus High School graduate and member of the 2014 graduating class at the University of Texas at Austin,  just learned she won’t need to worry about paying for her senior year—or her first year of graduate school. ...
  • Flower Mound to conduct mosquito spraying

    The Town of Flower Mound Environmental Health Services has confirmed mosquito samples collected in the 6600 block of Orchard Drive have tested positive for the West Nile virus. ...
  • Youth softball players go to bat for tornado victims

    In the aftermath of the massive tornado that ripped through Moore, Okla. leaving in its wake unimaginable destruction comes an outpouring of kindness from a Lantana softball player and her teammates. ...
  • River Walk developer proposes funding change

    The controversial proposal to create a Municipal Management District (MMD) to fund Flower Mound’s River Walk at Central Park development died in Austin on June 13—the last day of the 2013 Texas Legislature session. ...
  • Couple provides voice for abused and neglected children

    Eleven years ago energetic Debbie Mancino of Flower Mound considered ways she could make a difference in the world while she still worked full-time at St. Nicholas Church. ...
  • Youth shooting club aims high

    Any team sport fosters the camaraderie of its participants due to a common “love of the game” and team unity. The Youth Target Foundation (YTF) is no different. ...
  • Flower Mound Police Calls

    Recent police calls reported by the Flower Mound Police Department from www.flower-mound.com/crimereports. ...
  • Local Briefs

    Bop 'Til You DropGet ready to celebrate our nation's freedom loud and proud at Independence Fest 2013 on July 4 at Bakersfield Park in Flower Mound. Headlined by 80's pop phenom, Rick Springfield, Independence Fest will also host performances by The Walto...
  • Bartonville Police Report

    Bartonville Police Officers responded to 67 calls for service and issued 98 citations and 20 warning citations during the month of May. Officers investigated 9 vehicle crashes in Bartonville and assisted with 9 crashes in other jurisdictions. ...
  • The River Walk developer to hold community meetings

    Centurion American Development Group, the developer of The River Walk at Central Park in Flower Mound, will host two meetings to present and discuss the proposed mixed-use project with area residents. ...
  • New program attempts to curb teen substance abuse

    When it comes to teenagers, sometimes their families are the last to know what’s going on in their lives—especially if that teen hides what’s going on. ...
  • Flower Mound chamber president resigns

    The Flower Mound Chamber of Commerce announced Tuesday that Suzanne Sutton had resigned from her position as president of the chamber effective immediately. ...
  • Flower Mound names interim police chief

    With the upcoming retirement of long-time Flower Mound Police Chief Kenneth Brooker, the town has begun searching for the next leader of the Flower Mound Police Department. ...
  • Double Oak Police Beat

    New OfficerWe would like to extend a welcome to our newest officer, Michael Martinez.  He was born and raised in Tarrant County and is familiar with the challenges of being a public servant in North Texas.  Michael is a Texas Army National Guard veteran...
  • Home improvement honors local veterans

    While active military personnel and veterans serve America’s citizens, the Leadership program of the Flower Mound Chamber of Commerce serves its residents with community-building initiatives. ...
  • Students helping students

    The Lewisville ISD recently delivered approximately $75,000 in donations to the West ISD in West, Texas, where an explosion at a fertilizer plant devastated the town. ...
  • Women make difference in community

    The Argyle Community Civic League, Inc. (CCL) is made up of women who want to help children in need in their community. ...
  • Community assists family displaced by fire

    Donations are pouring in from the community for the Shanks family of Lantana after their house burned down on May 29. ...
  • School district votes to pack heat

    Teachers and other school staff members in one southern Denton County school district will soon be allowed to carry concealed weapons on campus. ...
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