How can I read other editions of ‘Community Impact Newspaper?’

Community Impact Newspaper has nine print editions in Central Texasu2014delivering hyperlocal news to homes and businesses from Georgetown to New Braunfels.

Community Impact Newspaper has nine print editions in Central Texasu2014delivering hyperlocal news to homes and businesses from Georgetown to New Braunfels.

Perhaps you have a Round Rock address, send your children to Leander ISD schools and work in Austin. Maybe you want to read about news in several different communities, but you only receive one edition of Community Impact Newspaper.

Our company has nine print editions in Central Texas—delivering hyperlocal news to homes and businesses from Georgetown to New Braunfels. We also produce newspapers for Houston, Dallas-Fort Worth, Phoenix and Nashville.

You can find articles from our other editions online by visiting communityimpact.com and clicking the “Find your community” bar at the top right corner of the page. Use that menu to select a community and read the latest articles we have published.

Our editions are also now available as a skill on Amazon Echo or Alexa-enabled devices. You can ask, “Alexa, what’s my flash briefing?” Alexa will then read you the last 10 stories based on the market you’ve added.

Each edition has its own social media accounts. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter: @impactnews_rph.


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Poll says Texans' hopes for quick return to pre-coronavirus life are fading

Texans remain focused on the coronavirus pandemic and are less optimistic about returning the state to normal quickly, according to polling by the Texas Politics Project at the University of Texas.

Family Emergency Room streamlines COVID-19 testing services for Williamson County residents. (Courtesy CommUnityCare Health Centers)
Family Emergency Room streamlines COVID-19 testing services for Williamson County residents

Williamson County and Family Emergency Room partner to improve free coronavirus testing for county residents.

"Hutto has been a wonderful place for me and my family in many ways," author Wendy Larson said. "Turning this poem into a book and publishing it, all while supporting local education, is a small way for me to celebrate our growing community." (Courtesy Jillian Schuhl, Sweet Daisies Photography)
In writing 'The Hutto Hippo,' children's author pays it forward to HISD students

“Hutto has been a wonderful place for me and my family in many ways," author Wendy Larson said. "Turning this poem into a book and publishing it, all while supporting local education, is a small way for me to celebrate our growing community.”

Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller recently backed a movement calling for the reopening of winery and distillery tasting rooms and brewery and brewpub taprooms. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
Texas Agriculture Commissioner joins voices calling for reopening of tasting rooms, taprooms

In a letter to Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller said demand from distilleries and breweries provides an important revenue stream to the state's farmers.

Round Rock ISD has announced four new principals who will lead district campuses in the 2020-21 school year. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
Round Rock ISD names 4 new principals for 2020-21 school year

Round Rock ISD has announced four new principals, who will lead Early College High School, Live Oak Elementary School, Grisham Middle School and Round Rock Opportunity Center in the 2020-21 academic year.

A key to sustainable growth, according to Hutto city staff and elected officials, is to continue to annex land into the city limits. (Taylor Jackson Buchanan/Community Impact Newspaper)
Hutto eyes land annexation as future growth strategy

As it stands, the city limits of Hutto span just over 8,000 acres. Comparatively, four times as much land—more than 32,971 acres—are included in the city’s extraterritorial jurisdiction, the unincorporated area designated for possible future annexation.

Travis County added 670 new coronavirus cases July 4-5.
Austin metro COVID-19 hospitalizations rise to 446 after holiday weekend

Travis County added 670 new coronavirus cases July 4-5.

Overall in Travis County there has been a total of 10,695 cases since mid-March.. (Community Impact Newspaper staff)
Travis County adds 571 COVID-19 cases; new restriction put in place ahead of holiday weekend

Overall in Travis County there has been a total of 10,695 cases since mid-March.

The First Street Foundation's dataset includes a forecast models that anticipate the effects of climate change and sea level rise. (Screenshot via First Street Foundation)
Analysis: FEMA may be undercounting national total flood risk by as much as 70%

The new dataset includes an interactive Flood Factor dashboard that anyone can use to assess the risk of flooding over a 30-year period for any address.

A photo of a person wearing a medical mask
Travis County Judge supports state masking order, says county will enforce

After Gov. Greg Abbot's statewise mandate to wear masks that cover mouth and nose, Travis County Judge Sam Biscoe voiced his support.

Williamson County has now recorded 2,388 total COVID-19 cases, including 1,342 that are currently active. (Community Impact Newspaper staff)
Williamson County reports 49 additional confirmed coronavirus cases July 2

Currently, 107 patients are hospitalized and 32 are in intensive care, per the report.