San Marcos - Buda - Kyle
Stay informed about the latest local news in San Marcos, Buda and Kyle, including city council coverage, I-35 updates and the newest business and development headlines affecting your community.
San Marcos City Council is set to reconsider the Chapter 380 agreement with Hill Country LLC that will provide financial incentives for an 820,000-square-foot film and video production facility in La Cima at an upcoming July 5 meeting, citing environmental concerns.
Hays CISD approves design for new elementary school to help overcrowding at Negley Elementary School
The new school will be located in the Anthem Subdivision in Kyle north of FM 150 and west of FM 2770, and it will be built on approximately 13 acres of land.
Certain aerial fireworks, including stick rockets and missiles with fins, have been banned by Hays County, while Travis and Williamson counties have partnered with distributors to stop the products from being sold.
Council Member Natasha Harper-Madison spearheads an initiative for the city to create an interdepartmental plan for Austinites to take care of themselves during the summer months
Up to $5 million will be used to evaluate mental health services in Uvalde in the wake of the May 24 school shooting. The Hill Country Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities Center was asked to provide lawmakers with an assessment of the community's needs.
The county will work with individuals holding reservations affected by the closure to move them to other dates once the natural area fully reopens to swimming.
The Hays CISD board of trustees adopted the fiscal year 2022-23 budget of $306.6 million at a special meeting June 28.
A temporary restraining order will allow some abortion clinics across Texas to resume abortion care for at least two weeks. A secondary hearing is set for July 12.
The board meets in the Kunkel Room at the Historic Buda Elementary Campus, 300 San Marcos St., Buda, at 5:30 p.m., unless otherwise stated.
As Texas experiences a dry summer, burn bans and fireworks restrictions are in place in various counties. Fireworks are always prohibited on U.S. Forest Service land.
Kyle City Council approves $40K homestead exemption with additional $10K exemption for residents with disabilities, veterans, seniors
At a special meeting June 25, the Kyle City Council approved a $40,000 general homestead exemption and an additional $10,000 exemption for residents with disabilities, veterans and seniors.
‘The state's highest environmental honor’: Texas Environmental Excellence Awards return for 30th year
For the 30th year, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality will honor people and groups for their achievements in environmental protection and preservation.
Texas is one of 13 states with a "trigger law" that is set to take effect within 30 days and will effectively criminalize all abortions in Texas, unless someone's life is threatened if they remain pregnant.
Kyle City Council directed city staff to come up with a plan to fully staff the city pool amid a lifeguard shortage.
Kyle and Hays County leadership joined Alliance Industrial Co. for the groundbreaking of the new logistics center in Kyle to be completed in early 2023.
From Round Rock to San Marcos, see the latest plans for new construction and renovations filed for restaurants, bars, residential communities and businesses.
See construction plans for a new Adidas location, a new Smokey Mo’s BBQ restaurant and a new Tint World auto shop.
The Pedernales Electric Cooperative office in Kyle is now open after a two-month closure for renovations.
During a public Senate hearing regarding the shooting in Uvalde, Texas DPS Director Steven McCraw said law enforcement waited 74 minutes to neutralize the gunman while they "waited for a key that was never needed."
The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment receives $2M in federal appropriations for study on climate change and its effect on Texas water
At Spring Lake in front of The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment on June 20, U.S. Rep. Lloyd Doggett, D-Austin, announced the procurement of $2 million in federal appropriation funds for a new project to study the impact climate change has on water in Texas.
Rebecca Farrell sat down with Community Impact Newspaper to discuss the effects the pandemic had on mental illness across the country.
Hays County commissioners receive study findings for potential animal shelter to aid overpopulated San Marcos Regional Animal Shelter
The Hays County Commissioners Court held a workshop to discuss the findings of an animal shelter and animal services feasibility study for the county at a meeting June 21.