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By Kelli Weldon |
Workers filled Dripping Springs schools undergoing construction with furniture July 26.
The Austin Parks and Recreation Department said the delay allowed for park programming, including Blues on the Green, to continue.
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Customers will not have to pay the standard 8.25% sales tax on select clothing, footwear, school supplies and backpacks under $100.
The store sells sustainable construction materials, clothes, appliances, jewelry, furniture and the odd novelty item.
The program would divert people experiencing mental health crises away from jail and towards supportive services following low-level offenses.
Ascension, Baylor Scott & White to require all employees be fully vaccinated against coronavirus by fall
Ascension and Baylor Scott & White have announced all eligible employees must be vaccinated against COVID-19 in the coming months.
Since 1980, the cafe has served up breakfast, lunch and dinner at locations around the Capital City.
Austin City Hall notebook: Council to look at downtown safety, homelessness and budgeting in return from meetings break
The first regular council meeting since mid-June features a packed agenda and opportunity for resident feedback on Austin's proposed budget.
APH also mirrors the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's latest guidance for vaccinated individuals to wear masks in some circumstances.
The East and Southwest Austin representatives shared their thoughts on the process one week after city properties in their districts were tapped as workable encampment sites.
A variety of in-person and virtual events are happening around Austin this summer.