Secretary of Education Arne Duncan headlined the final day of the South by Southwest Education conference, offering his thoughts on educational technologies and fielding questions about the future of learning in the United States.
Landowners in Williamson County have formed the Texas Salamander Coalition, a nonprofit organization to represent people whose property value could be affected if United States Fish and Wildlife Service lists three salamander species as endangered.
SouthWest Water Company announced March 8 it had joined with the City of Pflugerville in asking for a 30-day abatement of court proceedings to allow the parties to negotiate a resolution in the dispute between the city and the water provider.
Georgetown City Council will consider a resolution to cancel the city’s May elections at a future meeting after only two candidates filed for places on the May 12 ballot, including District 1 incumbent Patty Eason and Jerry Hammerlun for District 5.
Nearly 550 students, parents and teachers packed two public forums in February to voice concerns about Hutto ISD budget cuts that could include such measures as charging a transportation fee for busing and going to a four-day school week.
At the front of the office buildings for the Pflugerville Fire Department hangs an old black-and-white photo with the names of 27 men with familiar names. Names like Pfluger and Pfennig, Priem and Bohls, and Timmerman and Kuempel.
Panasonic Corp., a Fortune 500 company, stepping in to co-develop the Pflugerville solar farm has cast new light on the city’s big bet that green energy can carry Pflugerville’s economy into the future.