The data reflects sales in August.
After two employees tested positive for COVID-19, the New Braunfels Municipal Court announced it will be temporarily closed until Oct. 28.
The recent irrigation, floor stabilization, foundation restructuring and other improvements were largely funded by grants from the state and city.
At 180, 6-year-olds and Major-League Baseball players alike partake in long-term development plans and instruction; take group and individual pitching, hitting, catching and infield lessons; and are granted access to technology used in the MLB.
The pending permit request is for a 6,000-square-foot bakery.
After a lengthy search that resulted in two remaining candidates out of several dozen by the end of September, the city of San Marcos selected Stan Standridge as the new chief of the San Marcos Police Department.
During the Oct. 20 Kyle City Council meeting, officials approved two new land rezonings and postponed a third, though a city representative said that all three will likely be revisited by the next council meeting, Nov. 4.
As wildfires burn in the western United States, South Austin neighborhoods, firefighters work to reduce local risks
This fall, firefighters—including from the Austin, Oak Hill and North Hays County fire departments—have traveled to California to help with the state's ongoing fire season.
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Parents say several Sycamore Springs middle school football players tested positive for the coronavirus, but overall case counts remain low.
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Eanes ISD officials are urging Gov. Greg Abbott and the Texas Education Agency to suspend the State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness, or STAAR, test for the 2020-21 school year.
The assisted-living and memory care facility will include 66 studio and one- and two-bedroom units, as well as 24 memory care units overseen by a 24-hour staff.
The Thirsty Chicken will open in January with outdoor seating, karaoke nights, music and a dance floor.
South Austin business news: New cafe and hotel come to Music Lane, Chisos Boots opens showroom and more
Two Hands, a New York City-based cafe, and Hotel Magdalena, an 89-room hotel with a restaurant helmed by a chef with experience at Launderette and Fres'a Chicken al Carbon, are new arrivals to the South Congress Avenue-area development.
Texas Western Wearhouse is liquidating its inventory at a steep discount and will close its San Marcos, San Antonio and Lytle locations.
The mobile business offers more than 60 flavors of gourmet popsicles and will travel throughout the Round Rock, Pflugerville and Hutto region.
ArborView is a 62+ active-living community that will have 151 total units at build-out.
Several holiday events are slated for November and December throughout the city of Buda, including the Festival of Trees, a virtual tree lighting and a Santa Neighborhood Drive.
Buda officials have delayed approval of a massive comprehensive transportation plan that will seek to bring the city's mobility in line with its skyrocketing population and development growth, but that delay will likely be short-lived.
Owner Alaa Bataineh said his precise spice mixtures, along with the use of fresh ingredients, are what make the dishes so great.
After reviewing eight bids to widen Windy Hill Road in the city of Kyle, officials accepted the bid from Smith Contracting Co. Inc. at a cost of $2.48 million.
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Fish from Savory Alaska taste like the ocean, the owners said, and lack the “fishy” taste that customers often avoid.
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