Read the latest business and community news from Central Texas.
Dutch Bros Coffee to open Pflugerville location
Whether you take your morning joe with a splash of cream or strictly black, wake up and smell the coffee at Dutch Bros Coffee’s upcoming Pflugerville location.
Round Rock Express officially accepted as Texas Rangers' new Triple-A affiliate
The Round Rock Express has officially joined the Texas Rangers as their new Triple-A affiliate in a 10-year agreement through the 2030 season, according to a news release.
Dance by Design Studios owner shares her passion through instructing students in New Braunfels
For Carolyn Simpson Wells, owner and director of Dance by Design Studios, dancing has served as a crucial instrument for self-expression since she was young.
Regional COVID-19 hospitalization rate dips below 15% for first time since mid-December as vaccine rollout continues
The number of hospitalized COVID-19 patients in Trauma Service Area P was reported to be 15.92% of total hospital capacity as of Feb. 8, down from 18.20% as of Feb. 5. The percentage remained above 20% from Jan. 5-29 before it began to gradually decrease.
P. Terry's reopens dining rooms in San Marcos, New Braunfels
P. Terry's Burger Stand announced Feb. 8 that, effective immediately, it would reopen dining rooms at 19 of its locations, with its William Cannon location as the lone exception.
Georgetown parks dept. offering 3 spring break camps for kids
Georgetown Parks and Recreation is offering spring break camps March 15-19 for youths ages 5-19.
Walmart, Sam's Club pharmacies across Texas to begin administering vaccine Feb. 12
Walmart and Sam's Club pharmacies across Texas will begin administering COVID-19 vaccines through the U.S. Federal Retail Pharmacy Program on Feb. 12, officials with Walmart announced in a news release Feb. 9.
Texas' first statewide rental assistance program will allot over $1 billion to those financially hit by pandemic
Texans struggling to pay their rent may soon have some relief due to a new statewide rent relief program—the first of its kind in Texas, according to a news release from Gov. Greg Abbott's office.
Eva Vigh, Kelsey Thompson, Claire Ricke, Lauren Canterberry, Warren Brown and Ali Linan contributed to this report.