The acupuncture center will hold a grand opening in April.
The program will also allow city staff to model budgetary options and will cut time researching information such as city salaries and progress on local projects.
Mayor Pro Tem Bill Foulds slated to take over for longtime Mayor Todd Purcell as Dripping Springs cancels election for uncontested seats
The city of Dripping Springs will not hold a May 2020 election for multiple uncontested seats.
Austin City Council approved the purchase of the Rodeway Inn in November. City staff does not expect to close on the property until mid-April.
The 30-year-old Austin City Council member is serving the final year of his first full, four-year term.
There are eight Yaghi's locations in the Austin area.
The men’s haircut and barber shop service opened at Lantana Place on Feb. 14.
The former Austin mayor will become the founding dean at the University of Houston Hobby School of Public Affairs.
Austin’s eight-year effort to rewrite land code advances to final vote with City Council's second-round approval
A majority of Austin City Council voted in favor of the land development code rewrite, setting the stage for a final vote on a project that has exhausted the community for roughly eight years.
Easy Tiger will open a third location in the former Red's Porch space in South Austin.
Dripping City Council considered a request for the city support fundraising efforts for a community skatepark at a recent meeting.
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.
A long-planned brewery and taproom is expected to open later this year.
Tense land development code debate leaves Austin City Council members concerned over tenor of proceedings
Climate change denial and a sweeping compromise proposal highlighted Austin City Council's debate over long-awaited changes to its land development code.
Capital Metro reports ridership gains for 16 consecutive months, sees MetroRail numbers return to preconstruction figures
MetroRail ridership is back to the preconstruction numbers.
Work group members recommended a series of bond reforms at a Feb. 11 Travis County Commissioners Court meeting.
Travis County commissioners approved a request from the county sheriff to decommission nearly 200 jail beds.
Travis County commissioners announced Feb. 11 the hiring of Julie Wheeler as intergovernmental relations officer.
Dell Children’s Medical Center to spend more than $300 million over next 3 years to expand Mueller campus
The Dell Children’s Medical Center campus in Mueller is set to break ground on an expansion plan following the announcement of significant investment over the next three years.
The team did not disclose terms of the sponsorship deal, but said it was a "multiyear" arrangement.
Travis County criminal court judges issued a standing order Feb. 7 to expand the use of personal bonds for misdemeanor defendants. Advocates say the order does not go far enough.
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.
Circle C Orthodontics is celebrating its 10th anniversary this February.