Fashion design house and boutique Aritzia will open its first Austin location by the end of 2019 in The …
Now that the weather has finally cooled, Austin residents can enjoy these fall and Halloween-related …
In a second letter in as many weeks to Austin Mayor Steve Adler, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott demanded Austin reinstate its ban on public camping as a means to address the city’s growing homelessness challenge.
Citing “family obligations,” Lori Pampilo Harris, the city’s long-sought-after homelessness strategy officer, will vacate the position after only one month on the job, according to city officials.
The Texas Department of Transportation is planning to invest $700 million to add one to two lanes in each direction on I-35 in Central Texas.
In September, Snap Kitchen announced it has expanded to sell its prepared meals and beverages at Whole Foods Market.
Early looks at newly proposed land-use code highlight its limited role in Austin’s affordable housing goals
The most recent draft of the proposed overhaul of Austin’s land development code—the rules governing what can be built in the city and where—shows revisions that boost the city’s income-restricted housing capacity from 1,500 to 8,841.
Dream Bakery closed its location at 9422 Anderson Mill Road, Ste. B, Austin, in September because of ongoing …
The South by Southwest Conference & Festivals increased its impact on the Austin economy in 2019 by 1.45% over the previous year, according to a report released Oct. 8.
The Austin Community College district will host two community conversations in Southwest Austin to hear from the public about ACC’s Pinnacle campus.
Travis County commissioners voted 4-0 to appoint Dimple Malhotra to preside over the county’s family violence court at an Oct. 8 meeting. Commissioner Jeffrey Travillion abstained.
Travis County staff recommended a series of revisions to the local Public Improvement District, or PID, policy at an Oct. 8 Commissioners Court meeting.
Travis County commissioners voted unanimously to extend a burn ban through Nov. 6 at a meeting Oct. 8.
A cryotherapy business has a new name—and will soon have a new location in Cedar Park.
After years of development, the city of Austin released its latest draft of a new land development code, including revised zoning maps, at a press conference Oct. 4.
Update: Oct. 7, 7:55 p.m.
Round Rock ISD to draft up new safety and security contract proposal for Williamson County, discuss at next board meeting
Safety and security remains an essential priority for Round Rock ISD, its board of trustees said as members discussed the future of the district's school resource officers' contract at an Oct. 3 safety and security workshop.
The next step has been set in the pursuit of an agreement between a state agency and a local limited district charging a trail-use fee that has been officially deemed "not reasonable."
The first weekend of the Austin City Limits music festival will begin at 12:30 p.m. on Oct. 4 when British rockers The Amazons, locals Asleep at the Wheel and the choir from Barton Hills Elementary School all take the stage to kick off the weekend.
When Monitos Mexican Grill & Cantina owners David and Velinda Hertwig bought the former Molcas Mexican Restaurant, they said they knew the recipes would not have to be completely revamped. After all, Velinda said, Molcas had enjoyed a decade of success.
On Sept. 24, 3 Kings Barber Shop relocated from Anderson Mill Road to Lakeline Mall. The full-service barbershop caters to all ages and demographics and specializes in the latest styles, according to owner Jacob Ferguson.
Austin mayor, City Council members respond to governor’s threat of state intervention over homelessness crisis
Austin Mayor Steve Adler said he sees Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s letter, threatening state intervention if the city fails to improve its homelessness situation by November, as a welcomed opportunity for a city-state partnership to address a problem that desperately needs attention.
State, local officials say $305 million 'cutting-edge' Austin State Hospital will be leading mental health care facility nationwide
Three years after an independent audit found Texas’ psychiatric hospitals in need of major renovations or replacements, renovation efforts are underway to make Austin State Hospital the envy of mental health facilities across the country.