Dripping Springs Chamber survey shows more than half of local businesses expect significant financial impact from COVID-19
About 14.5% of respondents said they were worried about the possibility of a permanent closure.
The total residential electricity usage has increased by more than 31.88% across Austin Energy’s service area since the last week of February, the new numbers show.
Matt Silk said www.atxhospitalmeals.com serves two purposes: It helps struggling restaurants by purchasing food in bulk, and feeds dozens of health care workers with each purchase.
Federal dollars could help soften impact of ridership declines for Capital Metro, Austin-Bergstrom International Airport
U.S. Rep. Lloyd Doggett said $104 million will be coming from Washington, D.C., to Austin for public transportation.
Pflugerville City Council unanimously voted in favor of postponing its May transportation bond election until November at council’s April 2 meeting.
Here's why New Braunfels is allowing limited, in-person religious services, despite coronavirus concerns
An email exchange between the mayor and a retired doctor laid it all out.
The city has officially declined to release the location of the quarantine facility.
“We're going to reach out to every veteran [in Williamson County] that's ever served our nation if they’ll take our call," Williamson County Judge Bill Gravell said.
U.S. Rep. Michael McCaul, Small Business Association to host disaster assistance loan teleconference
U.S. Rep. Michael McCaul and U.S. SBA Regional Director Tim Jeffcoat will be answering questions about the U.S. Small Business Association's disaster assistance loans program in an April 3 teleconference.
Williamson County Judge Bill Gravell gave an update on the county's fight against coronavirus April 2.
Read updates on how local school districts and colleges are reacting in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
Sneeze guards, floor signs, banners and floor decals are some products that local sign businesses have produced to communicate during the coronavirus.
Keep up with updates from Travis County and Austin for the week of March 30 here.
Calls to the business's main line confirm service unavailability before disconnecting.
Due to coronavirus effects, Georgetown City Council to decide if proposed mobility bond should be on 2020 or 2021 ballot
Georgetown staff have outlined a proposed bond program process, including purpose, a tentative schedule, citizen bond committee structure, public engagement and education plan and anticipated cost to coordinate the bond program.
A Leander City Council meeting scheduled for 6 p.m. April 2 has been canceled due to technical difficulties.
The $2 trillion package provides funding to help fight the virus and to provide financial assistance for Americans during the pandemic.
Feed the City works to support Central Texans living under the shadow of food insecurity amid COVID-19 outbreak
As businesses struggle and individuals seek unemployment, local food banks will require the support of individuals and organizations to aid the 46 million Americans living under the shadow of food insecurity
On March 19, Southwestern Univesrsity announced it would move to distance learning for the rest of the spring 2020 semester.
With in-person shopping and dining experiences prohibited during the coronavirus pandemic, area businesses and restaurants have turn to new and innovating ways to generate revenue and serve clientele.
An additional Chromebook distribution day can be added next week, if needed.
Homebuilding company Ash Creek Homes earned honors at Residential Real Estate Awards on March 12, winning the award for 2020 Production Home Builder.
Texas ranked fifth among states in the U.S. with 275,597 initial claims filed the week ending March 28.
One patient's case was community spread and the others are being investigated.