Three candidates are running for two open seats on the Hutto ISD board of trustees.
Morris-Kuentz currently serves as deputy superintendent for Lake Travis ISD.
An ERCOT official said "tight" supply and demand conditions arose on the state's electric grid April 13 due to forecasting issues amid planned, seasonal maintenance outages by some power generators.
On April 12, APH filled 3,400 out of 14,000 available COVID-19 vaccine appointments in a registration window.
Check out these four new and upcoming restaurants inside The Domain.
Masking continues to be required, with some relaxed circumstances for fully vaccinated residents.
Georgetown City Council will use $910,000 from $5.6 million in excess funds from fiscal year 2020-21.
These seven restaurants plan to open this year in the Cedar Park-Leander area.
Owner Ace Pepper, who also plays in several local bands and works as a sound engineer, said the company that owns the building he leases is selling the property, and is not sure if he will continue his guitar shop at another location.
State, federal health authorities recommend pause of Johnson & Johnson vaccine after 6 rare, severe blood clots
Hub providers in Dallas, Harris and Travis counties have all announced they will follow the recommendations and pause distribution of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
The county has reported 189 new confirmed and probable cases of COVID-19 since April 5, 109 of which are New Braunfels residents.
Bee Creek Sports Complex, located on 70 acres at 4400 Bee Creek Road in Spicewood, will include seven synthetic multiuse fields, restrooms, team meeting facilities, playground areas, trails, hundreds of parking spaces and a maintenance building.
Several new businesses have opened recently in San Marcos.
The company will have a tap room opening in early 2022.
Lily Belle is an online jewelry shop.
The school will eventually replace Carl Schurz and Seele Elementary Schools.
An ongoing effort to improve mobility on I-35 is seeing about $68 million in current construction costs with another $107 million to come for projects in Hays County, and in Comal County $107 million in construction is in progress with another $400 million to come.
Bee Cave city staff are expected to discuss funding the construction of a second phase of projects.
The new zones accommodate the addition of Cypress Springs Elementary School, which joins the district this fall.
The commission will make recommendations on equity and empowerment issues and also promote diversity awareness in the community.
During an April 12 meeting, City Council voted unanimously to approve the first reading of the ordinance.
After a manufacturing error ruined 15 million doses, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said the supply will not increase until the plant in Baltimore is once again allowed to participate in production.
Officials revisited a temporary policy requiring masks to be worn by staff, visitors and customers at New Braunfels city facilities and decided to rescind the policy.
Due to rising property valuations throughout the city, board members of the nonprofit Sophienburg Memorial Association have requested and received waivers for costs associated with its expansion.
Hutto Chamber of Commerce held a virtual forum April 12 for City Council Place 2 candidates ahead of the May 1 election.