Austin-based pet store Healthy Pet opened a new storefront Jan. 15 at the Hill Country Galleria located at 12600 Hill Country Blvd., Ste. R-140. Founded in 2012 by Trevor MacKellar and Chris Jabbori, Healthy Pet seeks to be more than a simple pet supply shop by acting as resource for the community, according to a press release by Giant Noise, a public relations firm representing the galleria. The store will host local adoption events and feature three self-serve dog wash stations. 512-358-6565. www.healthypetausitn.com
Austin-based pet store Healthy Pet opens in Hill Country Galleria
Co-owner Trevor Mackellar founded Healthy Pet with Chris Jabbori in 2012. (Community Impact staff)
Students, teachers, administrators and local business owners had the chance to provide input on the hiring of a new superintendent at Lake Travis ISD during a series of focus groups Feb. 27.
State Sen. Kirk Watson, D-Austin, announced his resignation from the District 14 seat Feb. 18 and will leave office April 30 for a position at the University of Houston Hobby School of Public Affairs.
RBFCU opened inside the Four Points Park shopping center in February.
State to lease sanctioned homeless encampment in SE Austin to chamber-led coalition; plans for 150-bed shelter underway
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After the Austin Board of Realtors offered what it called a possible solution to an ongoing dispute over market data access Feb. 27, the Travis Central Appraisal District said it would not change its decision to use last year’s home appraisal values again this year.
The 13-acre plat located on 300 Laurel Valley Road will be subdivided into seven single-family residential lots with the smallest being 1.11 acres and the largest being 4.71 acres
Mayor Linda Anthony and Council Members Brian Plunkett and Darin Walker will continue to serve as city officials.
Following a change in state law that allows Central Health to employ and appoint physicians, the agency took its first step to hiring its own medical professionals.
Compass helps clients prepare their homes for the market by providing various services, including house stagings, cleaning and cosmetic improvements.
The clinic provides Applied Behavior Analysis therapy for Austin-area children with autism and other developmental disabilities.
The Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority is moving forward with several projects geared toward relieving traffic along some of the busiest corridors in western Travis County.
Westlake High School became an official chapter of the Best Buddies organization last year.