Six months into pandemic, Austin officials scrambling to save music venues, child care facilities and restaurants
City Council is set to begin making choices on which businesses to try to save on Oct. 1.
Lakeway City Council plans to meet in-person Sept. 21 for the first time since March, when the spread of COVID-19 prompted meeting restrictions.
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The concept aims to pay tribute to the site's roots as a post office.
While housing inventory remains low, home prices continue to rise.
As of Sept. 18, eight patients are hospitalized, four are in intensive care units and seven are on a ventilator.
The new tax rate would cost the average homeowner $0.41 more than last year in city property taxes.
The Kido Home platform is available for children ages 2-6 and will feature online small-group classes led by trained instructors.
Round Rock ISD families can now monitor the number of confirmed coronavirus cases by campus.
State-created Save Muny Historic District to take over concession responsibilities at historic golf course
Negotiations over the fate of the Lions Municipal Golf Course remain ongoing between the city and The University of Texas board of regents.
Eanes ISD officials met virtually for a special called meeting Sept. 17 to discuss reopening campuses amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Uwe’s Bakery & Deli, located at 1024 W. San Antonio St., Ste. B, New Braunfels, is celebrating its fifth anniversary Sept. 18 and 19.
Central Health finalizes budget with increased tax rate, more health care services for low-income residents
Local health care district Central Health is budgeting a nearly $20 million increase in health care delivery services for Austin’s low-income residents.
"This season is a big, black box, and there are a lot of unknowns, as far as what the season's going to look like," said Dr. Bradley Berg, a BSW pediatrics doctor in Round Rock.
Based on current struggles teachers are facing, Chief Academic and Innovation Officer Brandy Baker said she will distribute a survey to teachers the week of Sept. 20 to determine struggles, impact and needs regarding simultaneous on-campus and virtual instruction.
After over 200 public comments and council discussion, the Leander City Council denied the proposal in a 6-1 vote.
Rolling in Thyme and Dough opening a new drive-thru, plus more South Austin and Dripping Springs business news
Here are five recent updates from South Austin and Dripping Springs businesses.
Williamson County raked in more than $460 million in residential sales dollars in August.
Texas Bean and Brew House, located at 1328 N. I-35, San Marcos, is celebrating its one-year anniversary Sept. 20.
Four Points Outdoor Eatery is anticipating to be fully open in late September or early October and will feature between eight and 10 international food trailers and a covered patio.
Over 11,000 students returned to RRISD campuses this week as in-person learning resumed Sept. 15.
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The influenza vaccine is recommended for nearly all patients of all ages ahead of this year's flu season, Dr. Sam Rolon said.