Leander’s new city manager, Rick Beverlin, came to Leander from Galveston, where he had served as the assistant city manager since 2016
Alliance Regional Water Authority begins construction on Buda-Kyle segment of regional water supply pipeline
The $213 million project will eventually supply water for San Marcos, Buda and Kyle.
Following the retirement announcement of Brad Lancaster, Lake Travis ISD begins search for a new superintendent
The board of trustees voted during a Jan. 22 special called meeting to enter into an agreement with a Thompson & Horton LLP to aid in the search process.
The pediatrics center will celebrate its grand opening Jan. 25.
Start-Up Kids Club, a nonprofit organization that provides children with entrepreneurship opportunities, …
Construction work on Travis County ESD 2 Fire Station No. 5 is expected to complete at the end of February.
Georgetown officials, residents working on a future land-use plan to help guide area development decisions
Georgetown’s 2030 future land-use plan, or FLUP, is being updated for the first time since 2008.
Al and MaryAnn Freidin have decided to retire and close AlMar Furs.
Transportation, utilities building to be named in honor of former Round Rock City Manager Bob Bennett
Round Rock City Council voted 7-0 to name the city’s new transportation and utilities administration building in honor of former Round Rock City Manager Robert “Bob" L. Bennett Jr.
Vaping policy, new greenspace and a bond request coming into focus: Jan. 21 Lakeway City Council meeting breakdown
One of the more anticipated items of the Jan 21 Lakeway City Council meeting involved officials moving closer to what a May bond request will look like, but there were other marquee items on the agenda.
Topics included transportation projects and the city's comprehensive plan.
Austin City Council tells police to stop enforcement against low-level pot possession. Police Chief Brian Manley says council cannot dictate enforcement of state law.
There is some disagreement on what Austin's new marijuana possession policy means for residents.
The new shop opened on Front Street on Jan. 6.
Report from bond advisory council, new city administrator, refusal of land use ordinance: A breakdown of the Jan. 22 West Lake Hills City Council meeting
The Jan. 22 West Lake Hills City Council meeting consisted of a final report from the city’s bond advisory committee, the swearing in of a new city administrator and an executive session regarding a proposed residential development.
Georgetown ISD prepares for two new elementary schools, capacity in a growing city
Kyle City Council renewed its contract with Texas Disposal Systems and accepted a $1.5 million donation from the company at its Jan. 21 meeting.
Artists receptions, author talks and concerts are happening in Georgetown this weekend.
Russo’s New York Pizzeria in Cedar Park closed Jan. 20, according to a sign on the location’s front door.
The 15th annual Westies will take place Feb. 28 at the Hotel Granduca.
Residents attending the meeting will have the opportunity to address the proposed transit redesigns routes and other concepts based on feedback from a previous community meeting back in Oct. 2
A small park in North Austin will soon receive a playground structure and beautification improvements after receiving grant funds.
Starting Jan. 26, riders can ride the new electric buses, which will rotate among routes.
The Round Rock-based nonprofit serves critically and terminally ill children by providing them with RVs to transport them to and from treatment.
Some City Council members said taxpayer dollars should not be used to fight taxpayer interests.
2020 is slated to be a year of major development for H-E-B in the South Austin area, with projects totaling $200 million.