Take a look at the top five trending stories across Community Impact Newspaper’s coverage areas in Texas as of March 28.

Note: The following stories were published March 25-26.

Central Texas

New H-E-B on Walnut Ave. in New Braunfels set to open in spring with expanded offerings, True Texas BBQ, more

A new H-E-B under construction next to the existing 651 S. Walnut Ave., New Braunfels, store will soon open to customers and take the place of the existing grocery store.

Austin boil-water notices pile up, prompt reviews

Concerns over the possible contamination of Austin’s drinking water supply Feb. 5 prompted the third citywide boil-water notice in less than four years and brought an ongoing shakeup and intense scrutiny to civic utility Austin Water.

Round Rock progresses on recovery from March 21 tornado

The EF-2 tornado that hit southeast Round Rock on March 21 did not cause any fatalities, but it has left the city with serious damage. Round Rock City Council received an update about the recovery status at the March 24 meeting.

Dallas-Fort Worth

Laura Rummel wins special runoff election for Place 5 on Frisco City Council

The next Frisco resident to assume Place 5 on City Council has been decided.

Greater Houston

Humble City Council unanimously denies variance request from Barefoot RV Park LLC

The fate of 34.7 acres of property within the city of Humble remains unclear after Humble City Council unanimously denied a variance request made by the property owners—Barefoot RV Park LLC—at the March 24 City Council meeting.

Lauren Canterberry, Ben Thompson, Claire Shoop, Matt Payne, Hannah Zedaker and Zacharia Washington contributed to this report.