Total Wine & More set to open at Hill Country Galleria
Total Wine & More is coming soon to the Hill Country Galleria. (Courtesy Total Wine & More)
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By Amy Rae Dadamo | | Updated
The median price of a home in the Austin area hit an all-time high of $425,000 in March as the region continues to surpass real estate records, according to the Austin Board of Realtors’ March Central Texas housing report released April 15.
Residents age 18 and up can now sign up for appointments with APH any time from Saturday to Tuesday morning.
The right lane of RM 620 southbound will be closed due to utility work.
A Q&A session highlighted candidate views on the challenges around housing and transportation for service workers in Bee Cave.
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The program, which began this week in San Marcos, gives Amazon and Whole Foods employees and contractors direct access to COVID-19 vaccinations.
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.
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The proposal came before West Lake Hills city council during the April 14 meeting and was met with concerns from nearby residents, business owners and council members— ultimately causing the developers to withdraw their application.
A proposal for an eight-home subdivision on Westlake Drive received a unanimous denial from the West Lake Hills City Council during an April 14 meeting due to noncompliance to the city’s code.
The program will provide $10.7 million in aid to county residents struggling to pay rent due to the pandemic.
Eanes ISD drafts resolution urging Texas officials to allocate federal COVID-19 funds to school districts
During an April 13 special meeting, the Eanes ISD board of trustees reviewed a drafted resolution regarding the status of federal Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief funds.