Gensler Austin, an architectural and design firm, announced plans Feb. 13 to build a “Topgolf-style” robotics arena in Cedar Park.
Two of three seats up for Upper Brushy Creek Water Control and Improvement District board of directors are uncontested.
Cedar Park City Council approved economic development incentive agreements totaling $202,500 for the introduction of a new business and the expansion of another in the city.
Cedar Park City Council discussed reducing the detail it includes in its written records of council meetings.
Motorists in Cedar Park may have to wait until 2026 before they can drive frontage roads along a nearly 3-mile stretch of Toll 183A.
An Austin architectural and design firm plans to build a large arena for robotics competitions and entertainment in Cedar Park.
The first coronavirus case in Texas was just confirmed. Here is what Austinites need to know about the virus
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirmed the first case of COVID-19 in San Antonio this morning, according to a news release from the federal agency.
Cedar Park Public Library will dedicate its World Language Center at 9:30 a.m. Feb. 15.
Capital Metro reports ridership gains for 16 consecutive months, sees MetroRail numbers return to preconstruction figures
MetroRail ridership is back to the preconstruction numbers.
Peggy Parrish will start Feb. 17 as the new Leander Public Library director, according to a city press release.
Early voting begins Feb. 18. Primary election day is March 3.
It had been nearly 2 1/2 years since Leander ISD’s board of trustees and Leander City Council held a joint meeting.
Work group members recommended a series of bond reforms at a Feb. 11 Travis County Commissioners Court meeting.
At a Feb. 11 joint meeting between Leander ISD and Leander City Council, an LISD official said seven new elementary schools—six of them in the Leander area—could be built in the district by August 2027.
Travis County commissioners approved a request from the county sheriff to decommission nearly 200 jail beds.
Travis County commissioners announced Feb. 11 the hiring of Julie Wheeler as intergovernmental relations officer.
The county's capital improvement program budget had $3.3 million left to be allocated.
Onyx Wellness Boutique will host a grand opening and ribbon-cutting at 1 p.m. Feb. 14.
A meeting between Leander ISD’s board of trustees and Leander City Council will take place Feb. 11 in Leander.
Travis County criminal court judges issued a standing order Feb. 7 to expand the use of personal bonds for misdemeanor defendants. Advocates say the order does not go far enough.
Central Health Equity Policy Council to hone in on improving health care experience for local LGBTQ patients and staff
Central Health Equity Policy Council announced it will work to improve health care experiences for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer adults.
At its Feb. 6 meeting, Leander City Council unanimously approved two measures related to the 29.04-acre parcel.
The construction will take place more than 2,000 feet from the nearest occupied home, according to the city.
Students and staff at Winkley Elementary School in Leander may have been exposed to an individual with mumps.