The district aims to hire a new superintendent by next summer.
The ban had been lifted since April 26.
The Leander location of Austin Diagnostic Clinic opened in March. Unity Clinic of Texas, a nonprofit medical clinic, is anticipated to open in the fall.
The city will replace 30 marked and unmarked police vehicles through the agreement.
Texas AllStar Cheer & Dance is constructing a new gym on Ed Schmidt Boulevard that it will move into this winter.
The council is considering speed tables, flashing radar signs and street painting as some of the options to quell the road's ongoing speeding problem.
Austin has 35% of needed lifeguards as Barton Springs Pool resumes normal hours ahead of Memorial Day
The city of Austin has 264 of the 750 lifeguards needed for summer as of May 26, or about 35%.
The ceremony will begin at 8 a.m. at the Main Plaza.
Planning & Zoning approves preliminary plan for 318-acre development by Rastegar Property in east Kyle
The project will include more than 1,000 single- and multi-family units, 60 acres of green space and trails, land for a new elementary school and, potentially, a high-end barbecue restaurant.
All three member cities—Cedar Park, Leander and Round Rock—have approved the contractor agreement for the next phase in the Brushy Creek Regional Utility Authority deep water intake project, which will benefit the cities' water supply.
There is plenty to do in Pflugerville and Hutto this Memorial Day weekend, including several free concerts and a car show.
Hill Country Anxiety offers therapy treatment for anxiety, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Tic disorders and more.
A Bouldin Acres restaurant and drinkery location is underway at 1806 Braker Lane in Austin.
Concerns about the topography of the landscape, water availability and traffic hazards were among the chief concerns expressed at the meeting, alongside preservation of the natural landscape and lack of infrastructure in the area to support more people.
Two weeks after defeating incumbent Brian Allen in the race for Pflugerville ISD Place 5 board of trustees Place 5, Alissa Molina announced she will resign from the board.
David Hernandez Ministries will expand from California to a new studio in Round Rock in June.
Eligible households will receive a 30-pound box of nonperishable food at their doorstep each month.
Round Rock City Council Members Hilda Montgomery and Rene M. Flores took their oaths of office May 26 following re-election.
Construction contracts for the next phase of the Brushy Creek Regional Utility Authority deep-water intake were approved during a May 26 Round Rock City Council meeting.
Round Rock officials approved an economic development agreement with Valex Corp. during their May 26 meeting.
Sculpture will be funded by mobility bond
Amazon paused the entitlements process for a potential warehouse project in Round Rock, a company representative confirmed May 26.
This new location is close to Zilker Park with dine-in, takeout and preorder options.
The district announced the creation of the new position in March.