San Marcos - Buda - Kyle
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As more people move to Texas and return to “normal” activities, Texas’ labor force is also growing, according to the Texas Workforce Commission.
Gov. Greg Abbott has named Adriana Cruz, currently president of the Greater San Marcos Partnership, as executive director of the Economic Development and Tourism Division within his office.
The Buda Economic Development Corporation has named Traci Anderson as its new executive director.
An economic incentive agreement between the city of Kyle and SmileDirectClub’s Access Dental Lab will bring 850 jobs to the city of Kyle via the Hays Logistics Center, an industrial development near I-35.
A new $130 million combat development complex in at Texas A&M’s campus in Bryan will break ground Oct. 12
The California-based manufacturing firm that planned to be the first tenant at the San Marcos Air, Rail and Truck Terminal has decided to relocate to the Whisper development , which is located east of I-35 around Yarrington Road in San Marcos.
Entrepreneurs shared their thoughts on how to enhance existing industries at the 2019 Greater San Marcos Innovation Summit on Sept. 18.
Editor's note: This post has been updated to clarify the 8.25% sales tax charge refers to the state and local charges.
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.
Nearly 75% of Central Texas businesses supported local nonprofits in 2018.
The fate of the San Marcos Air Rail and Truck Terminal , a rail-served industrial park proposed to be built along SH 80 and FM 1984, no longer hangs in the balance.
Officials from Hays County and the city of Kyle gathered Dec. 11 in an undeveloped lot at the corner of Kyle Crossing and Kohler's Crossing to celebrate breaking ground on the Kyle Crossing Business Park.
At its Oct. 16 meeting, the San Marcos City Council authorized an incentive agreement with Silicon Valley-based manufacturing company Katerra that will bring a $109 million capital investment to the city along with a minimum of 542 full-time jobs paying at least $15 per hour.
After months of research and review , the Kyle Planning and Zoning Commission voted at its meeting Aug. 30 to send its report on short-term rentals, or STRs, to the Kyle City Council for possible action.
A developer, Journeyman Group, along with management company Civitas Senior Living will built Buda House , an 86-unit, two-story assisted living facility at 1200 Cabelas Drive. A date to begin construction has not yet been determined.
Journeyman Group, along with its operating partner Civitas Senior Living and DFD Architects, broke ground today on The Philomena, a new assisted living and memory care facility in Kyle.
On Sept. 10, Burleson Street in Kyle will close from Miller Street to Center Street and from Center Street to Lockhart Street in the first phase of the project to rebuild and widen sections of the roadway; Center Street will remain open.
Hays County Commissioners Court approves polling sites for early voting and election day, including location changes and extended hours
Early voting and Election Day polling sites for November 2018 elections were approved by Hays County commissioners Aug. 7, with some location changes and extended hours at some sites to address a growing population.
Located near Cabela's, Mavericks Dance Hall is set to open in Buda early 2019.
Kyle Mayor Travis Mitchell announced last month the City Council would soon receive a proposal to create a second tax increment financing (TIF) district in order to spur the development of Uptown Kyle.
First proposed in 2008 as a three-story building, Concho Commons is now expected to be constructed as a 13-story building in San Marcos by 2020.
San Marcos-based EVO Entertainment Group plans to add its first amphitheater next to a previously proposed entertainment center project in Schertz.
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.