The Texas Facilities Commission is developing a plan that will drastically change the landscape of Austin’s Capitol complex, as well as relocate some state offices throughout Austin into the downtown district.
Comedian Bill Engvall was on hand Feb. 23 for the United Way of Williamson County’s celebrity bowling tournament where the Janet Engvall McTigue Advancing Excellence Award was presented to the Literacy Council of Williamson County.
Round Rock voted unanimously Feb. 23 to suspend a proposed rate increase by Atmos Energy for 90 days, joining a number of other area cities in asking for more time to examine the rates and negotiate with Atmos.
Round Rock ISD has announced it will submit a request to waive the provision that requires performance on an end-of-course assessment to count as 15 percent of a student’s final grade for the upcoming State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness.
At its fourth annual celebration banquet Feb. 23, Dusty Nelms, chair of the board of directors, announced the club is tentatively planning to open a second location in McCoy Elementary School, pending approval by the Georgetown ISD Board of Trustees.