Austin police chief doubles down: Cops will continue citing and, in some cases, arresting for pot possession despite City Council direction
The City Council decision does not change how the police department handles marijuana possession, according to the police chief.
Local doctors continue to caution residents to get vaccinated against the flu as confirmed cases of both types of the flu have yet to peak, according to Austin Regional Clinic data.
EISD stated nationwide, semifinalists represent less than 1% of U.S. high school seniors.
The Lake Travis Chamber of Commerce will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony Feb. 6 to celebrate the practice’s second location.
City staff: Only 2% of new home construction in Austin over last 10 years was ‘missing-middle’ housing
City staff will release a new draft of the land development code and citywide zoning maps Jan. 31.
The lounge hosts a variety of classes and events, including live music and wine tastings.
The Davenport Village salon houses makeup artists and hair stylists offering a variety of services.
Following the retirement announcement of Brad Lancaster, Lake Travis ISD begins search for a new superintendent
The board of trustees voted during a Jan. 22 special called meeting to enter into an agreement with a Thompson & Horton LLP to aid in the search process.
Vaping policy, new greenspace and a bond request coming into focus: Jan. 21 Lakeway City Council meeting breakdown
One of the more anticipated items of the Jan 21 Lakeway City Council meeting involved officials moving closer to what a May bond request will look like, but there were other marquee items on the agenda.
Topics included transportation projects and the city's comprehensive plan.
Austin City Council tells police to stop enforcement against low-level pot possession; police Chief Brian Manley says council cannot dictate enforcement of state law
There is some disagreement on what Austin's new marijuana possession policy means for residents.
Report from bond advisory council, new city administrator, refusal of land use ordinance: A breakdown of the Jan. 22 West Lake Hills City Council meeting
The Jan. 22 West Lake Hills City Council meeting consisted of a final report from the city’s bond advisory committee, the swearing in of a new city administrator and an executive session regarding a proposed residential development.
The 15th annual Westies will take place Feb. 28 at the Hotel Granduca.
Some City Council members said taxpayer dollars should not be used to fight taxpayer interests.
Castro's Bar & Grill reopened its kitchen featuring an updated wine list, monthly events and more
The Sanova Dermatology practice in the Steiner Ranch area will be moving to a new location in the Quinlan Crossing center.
The potential capital improvements bond would include a list of roadway and drainage projects along with plans for a new municipal building
City Council unanimously voted against a drainage design reimbursement agreement with the developers Legacy DCS.
The health care district is considering increasing its minimum wage to $15 per hour.
The Westlake community can attend the Parade of Champions on Jan. 26.
Road improvements, shared-use path and justice center renovation included in Lakeway officials' May bond request list
Continuing a process that began in summer 2019, Lakeway officials and Transportation Steering Committee members continued clarifying which transportation and infrastructure projects to pursue ahead of a May bond proposal.
Discussion around this donation took place during the Dec. 16 City Council meeting, at which the city elected to table the item for a later date, and officials revisited the matter during the Jan. 21 regular meeting.
Oakley's appointment fills the position vacated by Steve Jones, who resigned Sept. 19 of last year.
Following a robust discussion on the matter during a Jan. 13 special meeting, Lakeway officials voted to amend the city smoking ordinance to include a ban on the use of e-cigarettes in public places throughout the city.
The election centers on council members Laurie Higginbotham, Louis Mastrangelo and Steve Smith, who will have each served one term, and per the city charter, are eligible to run for a second term.