A race to determine a seat on the Pflugerville ISD board of trustees is separated by only 2 votes. What happens if a recount is requested? Read here to find out.
State crews will perform controlled implosions of the northbound I-35 to northbound US 183 flyover between 6-8 a.m. in the morning on May 8 and May 15.
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District officials are mulling over a program that may save the district more than $2 million in utility costs.
Austin could enter Stage 2 under health guidelines by next week if downward COVID-19 trend continues
The change could happen as soon as the week of May 10.
The contractor on the Bohls Middle School project has requested an extension on the timeline to substantially complete construction.
The annexation includes a land swap deal with the city of Pflugerville.
Council decided to remove Harris after a lack of transparency with finances.
Construction continues on Pecan Street and Limmer Loop/FM 1660.
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The May 5 ruling from a U.S. District Court judge striking down a federal moratorium does not affect orders in place in Austin or Travis County.
The coffee shop also has a location in Round Rock.
At the start of the pandemic in March 2020, child abuse advocates feared they would see a drop in reported cases of suspected abuse and/or neglect.
Property owners have until May 17 to file a protest of their home's appraisal.
The Round Rock planning and zoning commission recommended rezoning the future site of The District as a PUD to City Council.
Customers can visit the new location by appointment.
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The Rabb family currently operates 16 locations of the gas station and convenience stores.
Phase 2 of the 620 project won't wrap up until Feb. 2022.
The gift shop has options for Mother's Day coming up on Sunday.
Austin-Travis County interim Health Authority Mark Escott said he expects the FDA to authorize Pfizer's vaccine for kids 12 and up within a week.
The stores opened March 15 and sell liquor and mixers.
Watch for new traffic patterns at the Pecan Street and FM 685/Dessau Road intersection starting May 5.
The plan will look at existing assets, underutilized spaces and growth opportunities.