Look back at the year with this countdown of the 10 most popular articles about Leander and Cedar Park on Community Impact Newspaper’s website from Jan. 1-Dec. 27.
Just as we look back on the year now, readers looked forward at the year ahead in January with this article about important 2017 topics.
The Public Utility Commission of Texas voted in favor of a route for a proposed transmission line running from Round Rock to Leander in a decision that has since been contested by several cities involved and a landowner group.
The only Impact in the top 10, this story announced an upgraded movie theater at the mall.
Chris and Christine Simpson serve as high school principals in Leander ISD, and their shared profile piece was among the most-read articles of the year.
Old FM 2243 West and a portion of Nameless Road inside Leander city limits were renamed to Hero Way West after a decision by Leander City Council on May 18.
Leander City Council approved building regulation modifications to allow for Council to review requests for tiny homes in the single family urban manufactured housing district.
The Austin-based Tex-Mex restaurant opened Jan. 31.
Common violations include parking in front of a driveway or within 20 feet of an intersection’s crosswalk.
The Parke shopping center proved a popular topic, as the announcement for the stores’ opening on March 3 was the second most-viewed story of the year.
After Hurricane Harvey hit Texas in late August, this article on low water crossings was updated daily to keep readers in the know about local closures, topping the list of popular articles from 2017.