April is National Child Abuse Awareness and Prevention Month.
Residents can continue to support local businesses by placing to-go orders from these restaurants.
VIDEO: Texas Tribune interview with Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar about the coronavirus's effects on the state economy
At 8 a.m. April 7, The Texas Tribune will host a live interview with Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar, conducted by Texas Tribune Executive Editor Ross Ramsey.
With Texas Workforce Commission overwhelmed by surging unemployment claims, Central Texas residents try to hang on
The Texas Workforce Commission received 1.7 million calls from individuals seeking assistance with unemployment benefits in a 24-hour period on March 26.
Brewers across the state are renewing calls for Gov. Greg Abbott to grant temporary waivers for shipping, delivery and tax relief.
Catch up on some of the latest coronavirus updates for the Austin metro below.
County Judge Bill Gravell said the county is prioritizing tests for first responders and older adults.
In addition, the county announced four additional positive cases, bringing the total to 81.
Public comment will still take place at the courthouse; however, commissioners will attend virtually.
Laura E. Skandera Trombley will start in her new role July 1.
The art student mural is planned to be displayed near the Georgetown Public Library.
The program serves weekly meals to nearly 1,000 GISD students.
The restaurant plans to open in the spring, and online orders will be available.
‘We’ve got this’: Central Texas librarians step up to help their communities amid coronavirus pandemic
The example in Bee Cave appears to be just one of many stories relating how, amid the COVID-19 crisis, librarians are helping their communities throughout the Greater Austin area.
DATA: See how coronavirus has spread across the state and a breakdown of how the pandemic has hit Central Texas
See a graphic breakdown of how coronavirus is affecting Texas.
UPDATED: Georgetown Chamber of Commerce, Economic Development Department creates $200,000 relief program for small businesses
The applications for aid will be accepted until August 1 or until funds are used, and they will be reviewed and awarded weekly.
Has your Austin-area small business been affected by the coronavirus? Here are resources you can access.
The U.S. Small Business Administration is offering a short-term loan program intended to help cover payroll and a separate, long-term loan program intended to help business owners stay afloat.
A recent string of incidents where Zoom meetings have been “hacked” has put the future viability of teleconferencing security in doubt.
On April 6, Georgetown ISD will shift its optional learning model to teacher-designed online learning.
Read local updates on the coronavirus pandemic.
After 10 days of self-quarantine, here are photos of a quiet Georgetown in the midst of a pandemic taken April 1.
Friday's digital telethon seeks donations to help the community
Matt Silk said www.atxhospitalmeals.com serves two purposes: It helps struggling restaurants by purchasing food in bulk, and feeds dozens of health care workers with each purchase.
“We're going to reach out to every veteran [in Williamson County] that's ever served our nation if they’ll take our call," Williamson County Judge Bill Gravell said.
Williamson County Judge Bill Gravell gave an update on the county's fight against coronavirus April 2.