New 33-floor tower coming to Rainey Street district
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By Jack Flagler |
By Jack Flagler
COVID-19 has dealt the Shoal Creek Saloon a blow, but owner Ray Canfield is hanging in there and said he was prepared for a disaster. He just thought it would be another flood, not a virus.
This is the third COVID-19 vaccine that has been approved for emergency authorization use after those produced by pharmaceutical company Pfizer and biotechnology company Moderna.
Drive-in theater Blue Starlite found itself in a unique position in 2020: After more than 10 years as a small business “just getting by,” demand for drive-in movies exploded, owner Josh Frank said.
Our list of camps happening in Austin this summer includes options focusing on academics, arts, sports and language.
Samsung is asking for 100% property tax reimbursement over 25 years, which would mark the most aggressive corporate tax break in Austin history.
Johnson & Johnson vaccine could mean additional supply, easier distribution rollout in Travis County
If approved, the Johnson & Johnson vaccine will be a valuable weapon against the ongoing pandemic, according to local health officials.
Austin ISD trustees have approved the academic calendar for the upcoming 2021-22 school year.
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Legislators probe energy officials over power failures, lack of preparation heading into winter storm
The Texas Legislature held hearings Feb. 25 with energy companies including Oncor Electric Delivery and the Electric Reliability Council of Texas in response to last week’s historic winter storm, which left millions of Texans without electricity for days.
Austin ISD students are scheduled to return to classrooms March 1 for the first time since Winter Storm Uri.
With 200 to 400 apartment and condo complexes in Austin still without water, City Council is aiming to direct aid and relieve some of the financial burden felt by residents following the devastating winter storms.
The popular barbecue joint will move to its new location in May.