Bonhomie neighborhood restaurant opens in Brentwood
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More than 280 full-time employees with responsibilities ranging from handling 911 calls to maintenance and human resources will move out of the APD.
Austin ISD asks state to provide school districts with CARES Act funding earmarked for education spending
Trustee Lynn Boswell said Austin ISD stands to get about $240 million in federal funding if distributed by the state to public districts as intended.
From April 23-25, people age 16 and up can receive first doses of the Pfizer vaccine without an appointment at COTA.
Austin ISD has distributed more than 3 million free campus meals and 4.2 million free curbside meals since March 2020.
Q2 Stadium has been selected as one of the venues for the upcoming 2021 CONCACAF Gold Cup tournament.
Watch for new traffic patterns on I-35 in North Austin as TxDOT opens new flyovers, closes existing ramp
Drivers trying to connect to northbound US 183 from northbound I-35 will have to take a detour beginning April 26.
To-do list: Barks for beers returns to Austin and more local events happening through the end of May
Here are nine events taking place between April 24 and May 31 in Austin.
Austin City Hall notebook: Police services decoupling, rental assistance, downtown density bonus fees under consideration
Council will also consider a resolution that would ask state agencies to begin the distribution of about $18 billion in federal aid money aimed at supporting K-12 education.
Downtown resiliency plan takes aim at Central Austin storefronts, public spaces, homelessness strategy
Officials with the Downtown Austin Alliance shared details on two new reports analyzing the city center's past year and pandemic recovery plans April 21.
Schools nationwide will be able to serve nutritious meals to all students free of charge regardless of eligibility through June 30, 2022, officials announced.
The plan Austin City Council members discussed April 20 emerged from a weekslong community-wide summit on homelessness.
The program will create opportunities for residents to work on projects including wildfire prevention, solar energy promotion and park cleanups.