Beyond the coronavirus pandemic, there was so much to cover in Georgetown. Here is a look at all the Georgetown people, nonprofits and places Community Impact Newspaper featured in 2020.


Chet Garner

“Daytripper” star fixing up Georgetown structures

Mia Federico

Young resident trains dog to become service animal

Josh Schroeder

New mayor optimistic about future of Georgetown

Laura Trombley

Southwestern University’s new president speaks on coronavirus, racial diversity and other priorities


Annunciation Maternity Home

Organization helps women in crisis pregnancies secure promising futures

Mustang Heritage Foundation

Organization works to find homes for wild horses, help veterans

The Playful Child Foundation

Nonprofit raises money to build a healing park

Habitat for Humanity of Williamson County

Habitat for Humanity of Williamson County plans its biggest home build in recent years

American Association of University Women Georgetown

Organization has raised $37K in scholarships for local young women since 2015

Southeast Georgetown Community Council

Local organization works to bridge gaps through community engagement and problem solving

Assistance League of Georgetown Area

Despite coronavirus-related restrictions, group keeps providing for those in need

Living Grace Canine Ranch

Local nonprofit to house dozens of senior animals on Bertram property


Saint John’s United Methodist Church

Georgetown chapel that traces its roots to 1800s Swedish settlers undergoes renovations

Georgetown's onion dome

Georgetown's onion dome comes down; new replica to be installed early fall

Slaying ‘The Dragon’

Famed Goodwater Trail at Lake Georgetown attracts adventure-seeking bicyclists