Highlights Gametime Grill, located at 500 Cypress Creek Road, Ste. 170, Cedar Park, closed in July. The restaurant and sports bar served foods including burgers, pizza, tacos and salads.
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.
Leander ISD will hold registration for its 2020-21 full-day pre-K program April 14-15.
Two-year-old Liberty Litton of Cedar Park has been selected as one of 29 worldwide ambassadors for Nothing Down, an organization that advocates for Down syndrome.
The detective told the Commissioners Court officers were purposely cut off from communication with the office as part of their administrative leave punishment.
Shantelle Dunn Brannon began the job in late January.
The fitness company offers one-hour classes that include strength conditioning, cardio and mindfulness.
Capital Metro approved a quiet-zone construction contract for two Leander intersections on Feb. 24.
With Nancy Tarvin Elementary School opening in in Leander in August 2021, Leander ISD is considering where to change the attendance zones of up to nine nearby elementary schools.
Cedar Park City Council may take a significant step toward the construction of the Bell District.
Leander city council voted unanimously to award DeNucci Constructors LLC a $13,418,537 construction contract Feb. 20.
Who is interested in Kirk Watson’s Senate seat? Here is where local members of the state House stand
State Reps. Gina Hinojosa and Eddie Rodriguez say they are "seriously considering" a run for the District 14 seat.
Fight over sales market data means Travis County home appraisals will not change this year, area schools may suffer
Travis Central Appraisal District will not appraise residential properties this year following a cease-and-desist order from the Austin Board of Realtors prohibiting use of its sales price data.