Capstone Title now open in Lakeway

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Capstone Title celebrated a ribbon cutting on April 10. The office is located at 107 RR S 620, Ste. 111A-B, Lakeway. Capstone Title is a full-service commercial and residential real estate title and closing services company focused on personalized services and building a community with their clients. 512-646-8980. www.capstonetitletx.com
By Sally Grace Holtgrieve

Sally Grace Holtgrieve solidified her passion for news during her time as Editor-in-Chief of Christopher Newport University's student newspaper, The Captain's Log. She started her professional career at The Virginia Gazette and moved to Texas in 2015 to cover government and politics at The Temple Daily Telegram. She started working at Community Impact Newspaper in February 2018 as the Lake Travis-Westlake reporter and moved into the role of Georgetown editor in June 2019.


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