Read the latest business and community news from the Central Texas area.

Round Rock

Flix Brewhouse reopening in Round Rock June 24 after 8 months closed

After being closed for eight months, Flix Brewhouse will reopen June 24 in Sky Ridge Plaza at 2200 I-35 Frontage Rd. B1, Round Rock. It is one of three Flix Brewhouses reopening after forced closures due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Round Rock's Tiny Aquatics relocating to Sky Ridge Plaza in August

Tiny Aquatics will relocate in August to a larger facility at Sky Ridge Plaza, located at 2200 S I-35, Round Rock. The aquatic fish and plant retailer is moving from a 1,200-square-foot facility at 1100 Sam Bass Road, Ste. 101, Round Rock, to a 3,898-square-foot retail space in the shopping center.


Knockouts Haircuts for Men to offer full-service salon amenities in Pflugerville

Located at Gattis Crossing, 21315 SH 130, Ste. 140, the sports-themed, full-service salon will offer hair coloring, waxing, massages and more for men and boys.

Taco Casa to bring fresh fast food to Hutto this fall

Taco Casa specializes in fresh American-made ingredients, and its tortillas are fried in-house for hard taco shells.

San Marcos-Buda-Kyle

P. Terry's to open Kyle location

The popular Central Texas burger chain's new location will feature a two-lane drive-thru and an outdoor dining area, and is known for using all-natural ingredients and never-frozen black Angus beef.

The Hindquarters Pet Supply now open in San Marcos

The store specializes in quality products at affordable prices, and owner Taylor Clee-Charlton has taken more than 300 hours of pet nutritional training to assist pet owners with food recommendations based on their animal's life stage and health.

Leander-Cedar Park

Red Horn Coffee House's 2nd location opens in Leander

The Cedar Park-based company opened the second location for its growing coffee and beer production. The location also has a taco kitchen for its partnership with Mexican food truck Taconmaye.

Lake Travis-Westlake

Test results show significant declines in blue-green algae toxicity in Lake Travis

New test results from Lake Travis indicate a significant decline in the toxicity of blue-green algae, and for the first time since the spring, only trace amounts of the toxins were present, according to a June 22 update from the Lower Colorado River Authority.

Brooke Sjoberg, Megan Cardona, Warren Brown, Taylor Girtman and Amy Rae Dadamo contributed to this report.