Two current trustees are running for reelection.
The mobility and master plan plan will identify needs, solutions and improvements to accommodate the city’s rapid growth.
The first coronavirus case in Texas was just confirmed. Here is what Austinites need to know about the virus
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirmed the first case of COVID-19 in San Antonio this morning, according to a news release from the federal agency.
Oscar Wilde's "The Importance of Being Earnest" is the first Buda play for the nonprofit.
The Austin-base restaurant will serve home-made noodles that can be customized to any preference and sushi.
BREAKING NEWS: Texas Rangers find former San Marcos construction manager used city funds, labor for personal projects
The former city employee was arrested Feb. 11 on charges of theft by a public servant.
The arrest follows a criminal investigation sparked by allegations that the employee engaged in improper purchasing practices.
Instead of 3,000 square feet, Waves Gymnastics will open with 6,000 square feet of space.
“This town has always been an artist's town,” Inspired Minds co-owner Sinéad Whiteside said.
In addition to a public meeting on Feb. 19, there will also be a survey available online and on paper, in both English and Spanish, through Feb. 23.
Current high school sophomores, who graduate in 2022, will be the first to fall under the new law.
“This studio is about community,” owner Paul Countryman said.
The projects are the first to receive a new local tax credit.
Opponents file endangered species lawsuit to stop Permian Highway Pipeline; Austin, San Marcos, Kyle, Hays County, Travis County among plaintiffs
Defendents include Kinder Morgan and two federal agencies.
Central Health Equity Policy Council to hone in on improving health care experience for local LGBTQ patients and staff
Central Health Equity Policy Council announced it will work to improve health care experiences for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer adults.
The six propositions include funds for a new school.
Christus Health, a Catholic not-for-profit health care system, will be taking over at CTMC.
Some of the hearty meals include a lean sloppy Joe bowl, chicken carnitas and a sweet potato shepherd's pie.
Tobias was elected in the Jan. 25 special election.
The first location opened in Manchaca in 2018.
Picnic Under the Stars, Oscar Wilde, National Pancake Day and other happenings.
The city of San Marcos fired its construction project manager, Jason Pence, Jan. 27 after placing him on paid administrative leave in December.
The center will aim to advance students in various career programs.
“Our mission is to empower individuals with disabilities through horses,” founder Jennifer Young said.