The Hutto Chamber of Commerce will host three virtual candidate forums for the Hutto ISD board of trustees and City Council Places 2 and 5 ahead of the May 1 election.
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These four businesses are headed to Austin this spring.
Through hard work and dedication, a group of volunteers in western Travis County have transformed a plot of scrub and rocky land into a community garden that makes a difference in the lives of area residents in need.
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APH will continue outreach efforts to high-priority groups.
The murals will be installed this spring.
Four splash pads across the city are open for the summer.
Zoi Market's new location features a juice bar and fresh meals.
From outdoor art walks to live music, the Lake Travis-Westlake area is bustling with community events this spring.
In an effort to collect community input, Rollingwood launched a survey focused on the needs and priorities within the community, according to an April 8 news release from the city.
The May 1 election throughout Hays County features several election for the San Marcos CISD and Hays CISD, as well as for board members of two municipal utility districts. Also looming large on the ballot is a bond initiative from HCISD proposing roughly $238 million in projects.
Magik offers branding, photography services beyond clothing and accessories.
Sherrie Parks and Travis Crow will appear on the May Dripping Springs ballot.
The transportation project could break ground in 2022.
The series offers AISD families an opportunity to learn about the district’s strategic plan and ongoing budget planning.
A demographic report breaking down school capacity and projected growth within Hutto ISD was presented to the Hutto ISD Board of Trustees during its April 8 meeting.
Round Rock City Council approved a motion at the April 8 meeting in a 7-0 vote to end the face covering ordinance on April 22 at 11:59 p.m.
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 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.
The site will offer free PCR testing to the public and will allow city and county officials to focus their efforts on vaccination clinics.
Here is what you need to know today about COVID-19 in Williamson County.
Candidates running in the New Braunfels City Council election will have the opportunity to share about their goals for if they are elected.
Vacancy Brewing is located across the street from The Yard development in the St. Elmo neighborhood.