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Williamson County commissioners to issue cease and desist against Big Fish Entertainment, Sheriff Robert Chody after continued ‘Live PD’ filming post contract termination
The Williamson County Commissioners Court voted 4-0 to send a cease-and-desist letter to all “Live PD” affiliates after Williamson County Sheriff Robert Chody ignored their decision to terminate the county’s affiliation with the show.
Round Rock, Pflugerville restaurant owners share why they will forgo chance to reopen May 1
On April 27, Gov. Greg Abbott announced that restaurants will have the option to reopen dining room spaces with limited occupancy beginning May 1.
However, as much as Executive Chef and owner Rob Snow longs to see his restaurant filled with customers once again, he said he will not reopen Greenhouse on May 1.
P. Terry's opening in Pflugerville postponed by coronavirus
P. Terry's Burger Stand has delayed opening in Pflugerville, due to the coronavirus pandemic, company representatives confirmed in an April 27 email.
City: Cedar Park's Bell Boulevard realignment ‘remains on schedule’
The Bell Boulevard Redevelopment Project, an estimated $350 million project in Cedar Park, "remains on schedule" with its precursory road realignment project, according to the city.
Hero Way Strength and Conditioning closes in Leander
Hero Way Strength and Conditioning in Leander is permanently closing, according to a post on the company’s Facebook page.
Ali Linan, Taylor Jackson Buchanan, Kelsey Thompson, Taylor Girtman and Brian Perdue contributed to this report.