1:21 PM Nov 7, 2019 CST

City of Hutto: Perfect Game to bring in more than $271 million in tax revenue over 30-year period

The city of Hutto released updated financial tax revenue projections for its Perfect Game mixed-use development in a Nov. 6 news release.

Round Rock mayor issues updated statement regarding health

Round Rock Mayor Craig Morgan said a mass removed from his spine on Oct. 11 has been found to be benign.

‘We cannot exist like this in a primary election': Travis County clerk says voter behavior, state law need to change ahead of 2020

Travis County's 2019 election results were not final until 3:40 a.m. the next morning due to a perfect storm of issues that the clerk said needs to be addressed before the 2020 election.

Local leaders, residents react to Pflugerville's failure to meet water quality standards

Pflugerville City Council members and residents condemn Pflugerville's nearly yearlong water treatment failure as "unacceptable."

Estimated $100M expansion to increase wastewater treatment capacity at plant in Round Rock

Beginning in spring 2020, the Brushy Creek Regional Wastewater System Treatment Plant will undergo a three-year expansion to increase capacity by 40%.

Joe's Italian Kitchen serves up traditional Italian cuisine, family favorites in Pflugerville

Joe's Italian Kitchen has been serving up authentic Italian food in Pflugerville for nearly two years.

Railroad quiet zone work continues, and 3 other Round Rock transportation projects to know

Updates on RM 620 construction, I-35 improvements and McNeil Road extension.

Taco Bell on FM 685 in Pflugerville closed for remodel

Taco Bell at 1712 FM 685, Pflugerville, is temporarily closed for renovations.

CommUnityCare purchases 5 Carousel Pediatrics locations in Central Texas

CommUnityCare Health Centers acquires Carousel Pediatrics

Round Rock studio Toast + Timber offers crafting classes

Craft options at Toast + Timber range from hand-painted door mats to wood signs, seasonal door hangers, coat racks, bottle openers and more.

The Academy of Western Martial Arts opens in Hutto

The academy, which specializes in "historically accurate" medieval and Renaissance practices, officially opened in Hutto Nov. 3.

Cookies, Cupcakes and More is coming soon to Hutto

The bakery will offer a variety of specialty cupcakes, cookies, cakes, muffins, brownies and more.

UPDATED: Here is how Texas voters weighed in on 10 state constitutional amendments on the ballot Nov. 5

Ten constitutional amendments went before voters in Texas on Election Day, Nov. 5.

UNOFFICIAL RESULTS: Williamson County $447 million roads and parks bond passes

Williamson County 2019 bond results start to come in

Pflugerville City Council member Doug Weiss secures re-election

Incumbent Doug Weiss was re-elected to a second term on Pflugerville City Council.

Travis County voters approve Expo Center proposition

Precinct 1 Commissioner Jeff Travillion said in a statement that investment in the Expo Center is "long overdue."

Victor Gonzales re-elected as Pflugerville mayor

Pflugerville Mayor Victor Gonzales was re-elected in November 2019.

University Square under construction in Round Rock

The professional and medical office development is anticipated to open in summer 2020.

Williamson County veterans services director named service officer of the year in Central Texas

Williamson County Veterans Services director honored with state organization award

Round Rock ISD's Steve Flores named Central Texas Superintendent of the Year

Steve Flores, Round Rock ISD superintendent for the past six years, has been named the Central Texas Superintendent of the Year by The Austin Chamber of Commerce.

Your 2019 voter guide to state constitutional amendments on the ballot in Texas

Texas voters can vote for or against 10 amendments to the state’s constitution Nov. 5.