The Emory apartments coming soon to Hutto
The Emory will offer studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments. (Courtesy The Emory)
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Your weekend agenda is here. Take the kids to meet Curious George, swap out your unwanted plants for new ones at the library, and listen to a cover band while drinking a beer in the park.
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Hutto ISD began temporarily closing elementary classrooms considered “problematic cluster sites,” meaning three or more COVID-19 infections originated from them over a 14-day period, on Sept. 21.
The flights will run three days per week and include COVID-19 safety measures for passengers.
Hutto Memorial Stadium will reopen to a ribbon cutting and homecoming game Oct. 15.
With Senate Bill 15 now providing funding for students who attend class online, Hutto ISD is taking steps toward offering a virtual instruction option for students in kindergarten through sixth grade.
Austin regains all pandemic job loss, San Antonio nearly misses top 10 best performing metros in the country
The Austin and San Antonio metropolitan statistical areas continue their recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Travis County says TxDOT I-35 proposals need ‘more work’ in letter to the state transportation agency
TxDOT said that taking down the highway’s upper decks from Airport Boulevard to Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard necessitates property displacements.
The Kebab Shop is now serving Mediterranean food out of Pflugerville's Stone Hill Town Center.
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Redistricting is one of the items on the third special session, and the state Senate released proposed maps on Sept. 18.
The newly approved rate, paired with higher home appraisal rates, will result in an increase in taxes for many homeowners.