Complete Autoworks now open in downtown Kyle

The new shop opened on Front Street on Jan. 6.


Texas Disposal Systems renews contract with city of Kyle, donates $1.5 million to veterans memorial

Kyle City Council renewed its contract with Texas Disposal Systems and accepted a $1.5 million donation from the company at its Jan. 21 meeting.


The city of San Marcos seeks input from the community as it advances transit plan

Residents attending the meeting will have the opportunity to address the proposed transit redesigns routes and other concepts based on feedback from a previous community meeting back in Oct. 2


Permian Highway Pipeline opponents gather in downtown Kyle

Organizer Purly Gates said she hopes to make locals more aware of the potential impact of the project.



Hays CISD hires Patty Moreno as first-ever fine arts director

Moreno began her career at Kyle and Tom Green Elementary schools.


Shipley Do-Nuts opens Jan. 22 in Buda

The doughnut and kolache shop opened on Main Street.


Buda hires Melissa McCollum as director of planning

McCollum has worked for the cities of Cedar Park, Georgetown, Bastrop and San Marcos.


Cross Plants and Produce closes Kyle shop and nursery

The owners have sold the property after receiving an offer on the land.



San Marcos breaks ground on La Cima fire station

The new facility will replace the current Fire Station No. 2, which was built in 1954.


Pet Supplies Plus now open in Buda

There are hundreds of locations nationwide.


ENF Technology breaks ground on $45 million headquarters in Kyle

Hays County commissioners and Kyle City Council approved a five-year property tax rebate in March.


Barton Springs Edwards Aquifer Conservation District will be plaintiff in Permian Highway Pipeline lawsuit

The organization was party to a letter of intent to sue filed in October.



Buda's TexStar Chiropractic expands services with new practitioner

The clinic will now be able to offer expanded hours.


Satterwhite Business Park now leasing in Buda

The first of six phases is complete.


Austin Public Health confirms city’s first rubella case since 1999

Austin Public Health is investigating a confirmed rubella case, the first case of the contagious viral infection in Travis County since 1999.


Ginger Sushi + Poke Shop in downtown San Marcos now closed

The restaurant opened in June of last year.



Cheer & Chow on N. LBJ San Marcos has closed

The locally owned restaurant offering burgers, wine, beer and more at 214 N. LBJ Drive, San Marcos closed in late December.


Texas oil and gas industry could see a major slowdown in 2020

The oil and natural gas industry paid a record-setting $16.3 billion in taxes and royalties to local governments and the state in 2019, the Texas Oil and Gas Association announced Tuesday.


Family-owned food truck Tacos El Primo brings authentic Mexican cuisine to Kyle

Tacos El Primo offers asada, pastor, cabeza, lengua, buche and carnitas for tacos, tortas and quesadillas.


The Coffee Box is now open on Bunton Creek in Kyle

The new truck offers a full menu.



Third-generation owner of Wonder World Cave and Adventure Park expands attractions, connects to San Marcos

“The dream is to create space for people to come out just to enjoy all things San Marcos."


Enrollment in gifted and talented program raises concerns in SMCSD

A district staff member said there are low placement numbers for GT students throughout the district.