Read the latest business and community news from Central Texas.
Via 313 pizzeria to expand into Round Rock in 2021
Pizza lovers, rejoice: Via 313 will open a location at 2111 N. I-35, Ste. 380, Round Rock, next to Tumble 22.
Round Rock ISD announces mask requirement update
While a mask requirement remains in place at Round Rock ISD schools, the district issued an update to the requirement March 24 allowing students the option to remove their mask during outdoor activities.
Camp Doublecreek to celebrate 50 years in Round Rock this summer and 3 area business updates
For some Round Rock-area children, Camp Doublecreek has been a yearly tradition for generations. The summer camp will celebrate its 50th anniversary this summer.
Via 313 pizza maker opening Cedar Park restaurant
Via 313 is bringing its Detroit-style pizzas to Cedar Park.
The Cedar Park restaurant will open in late 2021 at 1335 E. Whitestone Blvd., Ste. 200, Cedar Park, according to owner Brandon Hunt. Via 313's menu includes Detroit-style pizzas, bar-style thin-crust pizzas, salads, appetizers and desserts.
Atomic Jiu-Jitsu's grand opening planned for April 10 in Buda
Atomic Jiu Jitsu co-owner Adrian Trevino said his team’s focus and passion centers on teaching skills that build confidence in all aspects of students' lives.
New mural coming to Georgetown Animal Shelter celebrates pets, second chances
A new mural is going up outside the Georgetown Animal Shelter, according to a Georgetown Arts and Culture Board news release.
Hays County prepares to open COVID-19 vaccine to all adults
The Texas Department of State Health Services announced March 23 it would open eligibility for COVID-19 vaccination to all adult Texans beginning March 29. Hays County echoed the announcement a short time later in its own news release.
Toxins emitted by blue-green algae found in Inks Lake, Lake Marble Falls, Lake Travis
Blue-green algae samples collected from the Highland Lakes chain have tested positive for toxins that can be fatal to dogs, according to a March 23 update from the Lower Colorado River Authority.
New crawfish restaurant opens, local church celebrates 25 years and more South Austin business news
Here is the latest business news from the South Austin area.
Amy Rae Dadamo, Kelsey Thompson, Warren Brown, Taylor Girtman, Fernanda Figueroa, Nicholas Cicale and Claire Ricke contributed to this report.