Daiso Japan coming to North Central Austin
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By Jack Flagler |
By Jack Flagler
Residents age 18 and up can now sign up for appointments with APH any time from Saturday to Tuesday morning.
Breweries around Q2 Stadium in North Austin brought in large outdoor screens and new employees to host fans of Austin FC for the team's historic first match.
Residents who live in the Arboretum area in Northwest Austin are advised to shelter in place.
City residents will be making decisions on eight propositions ranging from whether to adopt a strong mayor government system to whether to reinstate public camping bans.
Several Austin corridor mobility projects moving forward in 2021, program on track for 2024 completion
Transportation officials said some corridor program improvements previously planned along Guadalupe Street and East Riverside Drive are being reduced ahead of Project Connect expansions.
7 restaurants coming to Cedar Park, Leander; new murals to go up in Georgetown and more top area news
Read the top business and community news from the Central Texas area from the past week.
The program, which began this week in San Marcos, gives Amazon and Whole Foods employees and contractors direct access to COVID-19 vaccinations.
Home prices in the Austin-Round Rock area have climbed more than 28% in the past year.
Once the improvements are made, customers can expect water and wastewater outages typically lasting a few hours as their service is connected to the new lines.
Check out this list of breweries, pubs and restaurants around Central Texas that are hosting watch parties for April 17's inaugural Austin FC game.
Z'Tejas to open in Avery Ranch; butcher, deli to open in Dripping Springs and more Central Texas news
Read the latest business and community news from the Central Texas area.
Twenty-five soldiers started in January as part of the Software Factory's first cohort. Gen. Mark Milley, chair of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, will be at the Rio Grande campus for a ribbon-cutting April 15.