Two new candidates pledging to support local business joined the race for Cedar Park mayor in March, including former Planning and Zoning Commissioner Eddie Hurst and former Parks and Recreation board member Wayne Ruark.
While the South By Southwest Music and Media Conference may seem to be an industry-specific festival, it does not target attendees with badges and wristbands. The organization has developed a slew of free events for the community to attend.
Georgetown City Council members approved Feb. 28 three resolutions of support for affordable housing developments to apply for housing tax credits from the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs.
While SXSW draws huge crowds that flock to the Interactive, Film and Music portions of the event, SXSWedu hopes to gain similar influence as leaders in education and technology assemble to discuss the state of education.
The City of Hutto has hired an engineering firm to develop a Safe Routes to School plan, a federally funded program that encourages children to walk or bike to school. A public input meeting is set for March 7 at 6 p.m.
Overcast skies and high winds did not prevent participants from canoeing, kayaking, scuba diving, snorkeling and walking alongside the 90-mile stretch of the San Marcos River to pick up recyclables and trash
Hundreds of parents, children, donors, community members and Round Rock city officials gathered Saturday morning to officially open the Play for All Abilities Park, a park designed to accommodate children with special needs.
Beginning March 23, the Capital Metropolitan Transportation Authority will extend the hours of its MetroRail Red Line service on Friday and Saturday nights after an approving vote by the Austin City Council on March 1.