Austin City Council finds $15 million to lighten pandemic pain on music venues, child care, legacy businesses
Local officials said the scale of the pandemic's economic devastation will require state and federal resources.
From New Braunfels to Cedar Park, Central Texas outdoor recreation shops scrambling to keep inventory
When combined with temporary state restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many local shop owners are speculating a perfect storm of low supply and high demand is the main reason for changes in an industry that has of late been turned on its head.
Six months into pandemic, Austin officials scrambling to save music venues, child care facilities and restaurants
City Council is set to begin making choices on which businesses to try to save on Oct. 1.
A new $130 million combat development complex in at Texas A&M’s campus in Bryan will break ground Oct. 12
Editor's note: This post has been updated to clarify the 8.25% sales tax charge refers to the state and local charges.
It is an issue that Lake Travis-area officials, employees and business leaders have been confronting for several years, and it does not appear to be getting any better.
As hurricane season approaches in Texas, state Comptroller Glenn Hegar announced a statewide sales tax holiday this weekend, April 27-29, on emergency preparedness supplies.
Sitting behind metros such as San Francisco, Seattle and San Jose, and ahead of Denver and Boston, the Austin-Round Rock Metropolitan Statistical Area has the sixth-highest concentration of science, technology, engineering and math, or STEM, jobs in the country, according to new data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Nearly 75% of Central Texas businesses supported local nonprofits in 2018.
The Lakeway City Council has approved $20,000 from its Hotel Occupancy Tax fund to go to the Lakeway Resort and Spa.
Lakeway City Council approved the renewal of an agreement with the Central Texas Water Coalition that has been in effect since 2013.
A group of businessmen sat in a conference room on a Wednesday afternoon in mid-February discussing complex issues—how to grow their mobile application user base, invested dollars remaining after product development 2.0 and the establishment of a legal component.
Attracting more entry-level employees, paying workers a living wage and making signage regulation consistent were the marquee topics local business owners and aspiring Lakeway politicians discussed Feb. 15 at the Lakeway Activity Center.
Vicki Bly was taking her daughter to school one morning when she saw a “For sale by owner” sign on the side of the road.
Protesters are planning to rally Saturday against a proposed quarry and rock crushing plant near Spicewood.
Construction began this week for a 64-home addition to the 900-acre Spanish Oaks development in Bee Cave. This comes following City Council’s final approval of the site development plan in July 2017.
Officials are preparing for the 2020 census, a consequential tally of U.S. residents that will determine the number of representatives Texas has in Congress, inform the boundaries of legislative districts and guide the distribution of billions in federal funding.
Spicewood Baptist Church is celebrating 110 years in the community. The church will be hosting a weekend celebration Aug. 26, and Pastor Ed Kennedy said the theme is “Remembering the past but preparing for the future.”
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Legend Communities continues to work on the Rough Hollow neighborhoods, which are now more than 50 percent complete.
Real estate trends: Rising prices, newcomers, new construction and renovations in the Lake Travis-Westlake area
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A Monday morning announcement from Round Rock-based Dell Technologies, Inc. said the company’s stock will once again be listed on the New York Stock Exchange after it purchases the stock of one of its subsidiaries.
On the heels of the Lynd at Lake Travis complex rising on S. RM 620, another multifamily development is nearing completion this summer, according to the project’s developers.