The Yogurt Experience under new ownership in Round Rock
The Yogurt Experience in Round Rock changed ownership July 25.
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By Kirby Killough |
KOKEFEST is returning to Hutto Park at Brushy Creek with headliners Koe Wetzel and Clay Walker Aug. 6-7.
Hutto ISD celebrated the completion of its Ninth Grade Center Aug. 5 with a ribbon cutting and open house.
City-backed homeless encampment relocations continue days ahead of shift in Austin camping ban enforcement
The city is working to connect as many as 60 people living along Cesar Chavez Street with temporary shelter this week.
Austin Public Health released new guidelines for both vaccinated and unvaccinated community members as hospitalizations associated with COVID-19 continue to rise.
The proposed development by Meritage Homes would feature amenities such as a disc golf course.
Maternal medicine doctors across Central Texas have seen increasing numbers of pregnant women coming to the hospital with breathing issues and pregnancy complications as a result of COVID-19.
As the delta variant drives transmission rates up, local hospital systems warn that ICUs are strained.
Round Rock ISD released enrollment information for its fall 2021 virtual learning program July 29.
Founded in 1972, the business offers a range of services including automobile painting, insurance claim assistance, fleet services and collision repair.
Travis County receives economic incentives application from Samsung for $17B plant expansion project
Samsung is considering multiple locations for the project, including an undisclosed location in Taylor ISD.
Texas comptroller records show Taylor ISD Chapter 313 agreement is for $17B Samsung Austin Semiconductor facility
In records obtained from the comptroller’s website by Community Impact Newspaper, a property with an undisclosed location is the subject of an application for tax reimbursement on a $17 billion facility over the course of five years.
Central Texas representatives weigh in as House Democrats walk out during special legislative session
Texas House Democrats left the state for D.C. July 12 in an attempt to stall out Republican-sponsored voting restriction bills.