Leyla’s Mediterranean Cafe now open in Cedar Park
Leyla's Mediterranean Cafe is located off Whitestone Boulevard in Cedar Park. (Marisa Charpentier/Community Impact Newspaper)
Reporter, Cedar Park | Leander
Marisa Charpentier joined Community Impact in September 2018. After working as an intern, she became a reporter for the Cedar Park | Leander edition in October 2018. Charpentier graduated from The University of Texas at Austin with degrees in journalism and Plan II Honors.
Leander Mayor Troy Hill gave his state of the city speech Jan. 28 at Hill Country Bible Church in Leander.
Local doctors continue to caution residents to get vaccinated against the flu as confirmed cases of both types of the flu have yet to peak, according to Austin Regional Clinic data.
The studio will offer group taekwondo classes for age 4 and older.
Tumble 22 Hot Chicken—a Nashville hot chicken restaurant—has applied for a mixed-beverage license at the former location of PDQ, at 4501183A in Cedar Park.
Leander Mayor Troy Hill was sworn in as the newest member of the Capital Metro board of directors during its Jan. 27 meeting. (Amy Denney, Community Impact Newspaper)
Leander Mayor Troy Hill will deliver his annual state of the city address Jan. 28 at the Leander Chamber of Commerce’s monthly luncheon
Russo’s New York Pizzeria in Cedar Park closed Jan. 20, according to a sign on the location’s front door.
Leander’s new city manager, Rick Beverlin, came to Leander from Galveston, where he had served as the assistant city manager since 2016
The county received a AAA bond rating.
The health care district is considering increasing its minimum wage to $15 per hour.
After serving locals and tourists alike at its downtown location for more than 15 years, Moonshine Patio Bar & Grill opted to open a new location in 2018. Now just over a year old, the Avery Ranch location—called Moonshine Comfort & Cocktails—is bringing the same Southern comfort food and atmosphere to North Austin communities with a slightly modern flair.
The speed limit on a 1-mile stretch of Ronald Reagan Boulevard in Leander is being reduced from 65 mph to 50 mph.