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Dripping Springs City Council opts for partial refund to Mark Black in wedding venue fee dispute

Dripping Springs City Council voted Nov. 12 to refund $2,121 of Mark Black's $12,800 request.


Round Rock | Pflugerville | Hutto

Pflugerville City Council approves updated public camping ordinance

Pflugerville City Council approved the ordinance amendment during council's Nov. 12 meeting.


Round Rock | Pflugerville | Hutto

"We’re going to make it right," city manager says: Pflugerville provides next solutions for water treatment failure

Members of Pflugerville city staff and DCS Engineering addressed residents and council members' concerns regarding the city's water treatment failure during council's Nov. 12 meeting.



Lake Travis | Westlake

Bee Cave regulates use of city’s rights of way

Bee Cave officials established an application and approval process for use of its rights-of-ways during the Nov. 12 regular city council meeting.


Lake Travis | Westlake

New child day care facility, Bee Cave Early Learning Center, could be coming to location off Hwy. 71

The Bee Cave Early Learning Center will be located at 15054 Hwy. 71 next to Bee Cave Self Storage, and is planned to be a 10,000 square foot one-story daycare facility with an additional 4,399 square feet of outdoor playground area.


Lake Travis | Westlake

Lakeway discusses land-use map at joint council/zoning and planning meeting

Officials in Lakeway came away from a first glimpse at the city's future land use map knowing they want more specificity when they see a subsequent draft, possibly next month.


San Marcos | Buda | Kyle

City of Kyle hires Mariana Espinoza as new parks director

She most recently lead the Dripping Springs parks department.



San Marcos | Buda | Kyle

Texas State's Science in the Parks aims to increase diversity in childhood development studies

The program is partnership between Texas State and the city of San Marcos.


Central Austin

Neighborhood Goods coming to South Congress in 2020

Department store Neighborhood Goods will open in 2020 at 1009 and 1011 S. Congress Ave., Austin. The company …


San Marcos | Buda | Kyle

Calaboose African American History Museum offers lessons on San Marcos' past

Hays County's first jail now serves as a museum.


Central Austin

Capital CBD American Shaman now open on Burnet Road

Capital CBD American Shaman opened Sept. 19 at 8315 Burnet Road, Ste. C, Austin. Franchise owners Steve Leach …



Calaboose African American History Museum offers lessons on San Marcos' past

Hays County's first jail now serves as a museum.


Cedar Park | Leander

Koller hired as principal at new Danielson Middle School

The Leander ISD board of trustees has hired Mark Koller as the first principal at Danielson Middle School.


Lake Travis | Westlake

Comprehensive plan update shows Lakeway officials must plan against overall slowdown in revenue over next 20 years

As Lakeway's remaining undeveloped land is built out over the next 20 years, new projections show a natural corresponding slowdown in revenue.


New Braunfels

Road closure scheduled for Garden Street in downtown New Braunfels

A portion of Garden Street will close on Nov. 13.



Round Rock | Pflugerville | Hutto

Deborah L Bland, LCSW, PLLC counseling service to open in Hutto

The practice offers counseling and psychotherapy services to adults and children.


San Marcos | Buda | Kyle

OMG Seafood coming soon to Moore Street in San Marcos

The restaurant will be opening its doors in December.


New Braunfels

Portion of $2.5 billion Veramendi development delayed in New Braunfels

The development of a 188-acre section of the Veramendi project is delayed.


Lake Travis | Westlake

Amy's Ice Creams will relocate within Hill Country Galleria

Austin-based, Amy's Ice Creams will relocate to a temporay food truck in the Hill Country Galleria



New Braunfels

South Star Wealth Management opens new location in New Braunfels

The wealth-management company implements and monitors investment strategies.


Austin Mayor Pro Tem Delia Garza says she will not seek re-election as Travis County attorney rumors heat up

Austin's mayor pro tem will not seek reelection to her Southeast Austin district seat in 2020.