New KFC opening this year
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By Warren Brown | | Updated
By Warren Brown
Hutto ISD celebrated the completion of its Ninth Grade Center Aug. 5 with a ribbon cutting and open house.
City-backed homeless encampment relocations continue days ahead of shift in Austin camping ban enforcement
The city is working to connect as many as 60 people living along Cesar Chavez Street with temporary shelter this week.
Pale Horse Drinkery & Skybar in New Braunfels sold to local business owner, slated to open as a new business this fall
The owner plans to open a new bar and eatery early this fall.
The library will incorporate the new programs during the fall/winter of 2021-22. Until then, parents and guardians are encouraged to use the new Bright by Text service to access child development tools and information.
Austin Public Health released new guidelines for both vaccinated and unvaccinated community members as hospitalizations associated with COVID-19 continue to rise.
The special session will be Aug. 7 with 17 items on the agenda ranging from bail reform to employment.
Read the latest business and community news from the Central Texas area, including how GoGeo fixed-route bus service in Georgetown will end Oct. 1.
Nonprofit organizations can now apply for grant funding for projects or programs that benefit and enhance arts and culture in New Braunfels.
The proposed development by Meritage Homes would feature amenities such as a disc golf course.
Greg Smith is the former superintendent of Clear Creek ISD and became executive director of Fast Growth School Coalition in December 2020.
Area hospitals on Aug. 3 reported caring for 60 COVID-19 patients, the highest daily number of coronavirus-related hospitalizations since early February.
Maternal medicine doctors across Central Texas have seen increasing numbers of pregnant women coming to the hospital with breathing issues and pregnancy complications as a result of COVID-19.