Peter C. Soo will close his practice after 17 years in Rollingwood
Following a change in state law that allows Central Health to employ and appoint physicians, the agency took its first step to hiring its own medical professionals.
Compass helps clients prepare their homes for the market by providing various services, including house stagings, cleaning and cosmetic improvements.
The clinic provides Applied Behavior Analysis therapy for Austin-area children with autism and other developmental disabilities.
The Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority is moving forward with several projects geared toward relieving traffic along some of the busiest corridors in western Travis County.
Westlake High School became an official chapter of the Best Buddies organization last year.
Facing a $2.3 million budget deficit for the 2019-20 school year, Eanes ISD passed a resolution during a Feb. 25 board meeting for the option to seek a voter-approved tax rate election.
The board of trustees discussed a number of potential amendments to its plan for innovation, including raising a credit by exam score and obtaining flexibility regarding employee benefits.
The city of Bee Cave and the West Travis County Public Utility Agency will advance discussions to potentially broker a mutually beneficial partnership centered on irrigation.
George Cofer will retire from his position in April.
Apex Building solitions offers roofing, remodeling and construction services.
Adorn Boutique is set to open a West Lake Hills location in April on Bee Caves Road.
The Texas Legislature repealed straight-ticket voting in 2017, but the change was not implemented until this year. In November 2018, more than 60% of county voters chose the straight-ticket option.