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By Olivia Aldridge |
The new zones accommodate the addition of Cypress Springs Elementary School, which joins the district this fall.
After a manufacturing error ruined 15 million doses, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said the supply will not increase until the plant in Baltimore is once again allowed to participate in production.
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Tavel Bristol-Joseph started the scholarship fund, which will provide $6,000 to two ACC students and give them the opportunity to stage at one of the Emmer & Rye group's five restaurants.
The transportation project could break ground in 2022.
The locations, which could be schools, libraries or recreation centers, would be disconnected from traditional infrastructure and be able to sustain operations if the city were to experience widespread power or water outages.
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A new pet shop has opened in South Austin, and a dog park is also on the way later this month.
The series offers AISD families an opportunity to learn about the district’s strategic plan and ongoing budget planning.
Vacancy Brewing is located across the street from The Yard development in the St. Elmo neighborhood.
Amid the struggle to get vaccinated, these Austin moms have helped over 3,900 people get appointments
The women volunteer their time searching for hard-to-find time slots that often become available in the middle of the night.