After 25 years as a shopping and dining destination, Centerpoint Station, located at 3946 I-35, San Marcos, will close its doors in December. The restaurant, which offers burgers and floats, will be closing Dec. 15, while the bakery will be closing on Dec. 23. The Centerpoint boutique, selling clothes and home decor, will close Dec. 31. 512-392-1103. www.centerpointstation.com
“People thought we were crazy,” co-owner Holly Maxwell said. “But we had the vision."
The Seafood restaurant features boiled crawfish, shrimp, crabs, corn, potatoes, sausage, fried catfish, fried shrimp and seafood gumbo.
For multiple years, San Marcos employees have raised concerns about how the city does business with a local construction company, which has been paid more than $4 million for work since 2013.
Volunteer opportunities included in this guide range from feeding the hungry to helping protect the environment.
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The frozen yogurt shop will feature more than 50 flavors including gluten-free, dairy-free, vegan and personalized fro-yo cakes.
The developer of the Lantana project, Mission DG, was seeking a resolution of no objection.
Karen Chisum, head coach of the volleyball team, is the longest tenured Texas State head coach.
Anderson describes her role in the city as one moving piece that is part of a bigger puzzle.
Houston-based Texas Children's Hospital has closed on the purchase of two plots of land in the Austin area.
The repair shop opened Dec. 9.
As temperatures cool heading into the winter season in Central Texas, pollen counts from Ashe juniper trees begin to climb, causing seasonal allergies referred to locally by residents as “cedar fever.”