New H-E-B coming to Georgetown; more homes set for Round Rock and other top Central Texas news

Wolf Lakes Village presented a revised plan for the development March 9. (Rendering courtesy Wolf Lakes Village)
Wolf Lakes Village presented a revised plan for the development March 9. (Rendering courtesy Wolf Lakes Village)

Wolf Lakes Village presented a revised plan for the development March 9. (Rendering courtesy Wolf Lakes Village)

Read the top business and community stories from the past week from the Central Texas area.

Georgetown

JUST IN: New H-E-B coming to Wolf Lakes Village in Georgetown

Wolf Lakes Village finalized a contract with H-E-B for 15 acres within the 164-acre master community off I-35 and Hwy. 29, Wolf Lakes LP President Iva Wolf McLachlan announced during a March 9 City Council workshop.

Round Rock



480-home master-planned community breaks ground in east Round Rock

A 178-acre master-planned community, Homestead at Old Settlers Park, has broken ground in east Round Rock.

New Braunfels

‘It is not what’s good for Texas and certainly not what’s good for New Braunfels’: New Braunfels physicians respond to governor lifting mask restrictions

As Comal County and city of New Braunfels leadership continues to formulate the local response to the governor’s order, area physicians voiced concerns that the decision will lead to a surge in coronavirus cases.

Williamson County

More than 32,000 COVID-19 doses coming to Williamson County vaccine hubs, plus more updates

The number of COVID-19 vaccine distributors throughout Williamson County grew to 38 during the week of March 8, Williamson County Judge Bill Gravell said during a March 9 Commissioners Court meeting.

Travis County

Travis County vaccine providers receive nearly 75,000 doses for week of March 8

There are 74,940 coronavirus vaccine doses en route to Travis County providers during a pivotal week for Texas’ vaccination effort.

Lauren Canterberry, Ali Linan, Kelsey Thompson and Olivia Aldridge contributed to this report.