Petite Dental & Orthodontics celebrates fifth anniversary Sept. 8
Petite Dental & Orthodontics celebrates 5 years on Brodie Lane in South Austin.
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As delta variant COVID -19 cases are sending more young people to local ICUs, The Austin-Travis County Health Authority has moved the area back to guidelines that require masks indoors.
The U.S. men's national team will host Jamaica for a FIFA World Cup qualifier game on Oct. 7.
Want to have your voice heard about Project Connect? Tune in to the upcoming virtual meetings.
Dozens of city residents calling into or appearing at City Hall on July 22 shared their thoughts about policing and the city's spending plan.
Experts say that a decrease in mortgage purchase applications points to “a reversion back to norm” in the Austin housing market.
Regulators: Texas electric grid prepared for potentially record-breaking demand next week; 'once-in-a-generation reforms' underway
The heads of the agencies in charge of the Texas electric grid met in Austin on July 22 to provide updates on their grid reform efforts.
From mezcal bars to frozen margarita specials, here is a list of places to celebrate National Tequila Day on July 24.
The bistro comes from the team behind downtown French gastropub Hopfield's.
The tunnel presents a few options of where the train could emerge near South Congress.
The Austin-Travis County community is on the "precipice" of Stage 4 pandemic risk, public health authority Dr. Desmar Walkes said.
Samsung is hoping to finalize a performance agreement by mid-August, which would include information about how the potential facility would affect property taxes.
Lonestar Kolaches coming to Round Rock; Kilwins sweet shop to open in Georgetown and more Central Texas news
Read the latest business and community news from the Central Texas area, such as the Williamson County judge doubting more shutdowns as coronavirus rates increase.