From the impact of COVID-19 to 'Live PD,' here are all 21 Georgetown lead stories from this year

SEPTEMBER: City looks at options to protect two historic Georgetown areas (Sally Grace Holtgrieve/Community Impact Newspaper)
SEPTEMBER: City looks at options to protect two historic Georgetown areas (Sally Grace Holtgrieve/Community Impact Newspaper)

SEPTEMBER: City looks at options to protect two historic Georgetown areas (Sally Grace Holtgrieve/Community Impact Newspaper)

Each month, Community Impact Newspaper works to bring readers one to two in-depth stories about your community. From the impacts of the coronavirus pandemic on businesses and education to the 2020 U.S. Census, the election and all things "Live PD," here are those 21 stories.

If you missed a paper, you can look back at old editions here.


January


Georgetown officials, residents working on a future land-use plan to help guide area development decisions



February


Four new water tanks in four years: Growth leads to continued expansion of Georgetown water utilities

Tourism strategic plan implemented to manage more Georgetown visitors




March


Census 2020: Local entities push for an accurate count in the 2020 census as money, power, business at stake for Central Texas

Census 2020: State inaction, privacy concerns drive outreach



April


Restaurants, businesses across Georgetown adapt to life in a pandemic

Experts fear a rise in child abuse issues due to coronavirus stressors, no school



May


Ongoing coronavirus leaves Georgetown ISD budget in flux



June


Children’s hospitals to change pediatric care for greater Williamson County

Local workforce sees the impact of coronavirus



July


Georgetown’s real estate industry survives COVID-19 largely unscathed

City Center project aims to unify section of downtown



August


Georgetown ISD will see 61% of its students return for in-person learning



September


Georgetown ISD’s vulnerable kids see harsher impacts of COVID-19

City looks at options to protect two historic Georgetown areas



October


Mourning in a mask: COVID-19 impacts the funeral business and grieving families

Voter confidence, safety alter 2020 election plans



November


South San Gabriel River residents are stuck in muck after violations

Locals shaken by rock mining industry, push for reform



December


Local veterans organizations still battling COVID-19 challenges

‘Live PD’ will continue to cost Williamson County despite new sheriff elected