Mannix will begin as the Burnet Police Department chief on July 13.
Families can choose to receive training via weekly video calls or through instructional videos online.
If new shelter-in-place orders are needed in Austin, local officials hope to have 'productive dialogue' with Gov. Abbott
With area ICU beds at 85% capacity, officials are preparing the Austin Convention Center to accept hospital patients and are calling on health professionals from around the country to assist in Texas.
In its first full month of reopening since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, Georgetown sales tax revenue picked up again.
The former superintendent of Texarkana ISD will fill the role left vacant by outgoing Superintendent Brad Lancaster, who has served LITSD for more than eight years.
District 2243, a proposed mixed-use development, could be the Leander's largest mixed-use development.
Austin Public Health reported 482 new coronavirus cases in Travis County on July 7, bringing the total to 12,408. Of that, there have been 9,348 recovered cases and 151 fatalities.
Postal Annex offers packaging supplies, copy services, notary services, greeting cards and more.
DATA: Almost 11,900 jobs retained in Lake Travis-Westlake area due to first round of federal PPP loans
In the nine ZIP codes that make up the Lake Travis-Westlake area, the data shows 79 companies received loans from the Paycheck Protection Program ranging from $350,000 to $10 million.
Georgetown saw a slow in unemployment claims between May 27 and June 27.
Citing a need for city officials to share information and provide for the health, safety and welfare of its citizens, particularly in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, Lakeway City Council has begun discussions about whether to create a local health unit.
Currently, 112 patients are hospitalized, and 33 are in intensive care, per the report.
The business plans to open Aug. 1.
Redevelopment, which includes efforts to repurpose aging corridors, buildings and vacant lots, is essential to the city's long-term growth strategy.
San Marcos City Council learned details about a partnership between the city and Hays County at a July 7 meeting that could advance coronavirus testing efforts.
With 74.8 new hospitalizations per day over past week, Travis County could move into coronavirus risk Stage 5
Under Stage 5, Austin Public Health could suggest only essential businesses remain open.
“Know this is fluid. We are going to navigate this together and communicate as effectively as we can as frequently as we can," GISD Superintendent Fred Brent said.
County commissioners will continue discussions on Tesla with economic development staff at their next regular voting session.
Comal County and Guadalupe County each reported two deaths last week, increasing their COVID-19 death tolls to three and nine, respectively.
The guidelines address on-campus activities, attendance requirements, and health and safety precautions that should be enforced at Texas schools this year.
Thousands of Central Austin businesses received hundreds of millions in PPP loan dollars to survive through the pandemic
Alamo Drafthosue and Torchy's Tacos were among the local businesses to receive the largest loans, but 85% of Central Austin recipients received $150,000 or less.
Numbers provided by the Hays County Local Health Department showed 50 new coronavirus cases and one new hospitalization July 7.
According to a survey, 78% of Leander businesses wanted to continue contracting with ACDI despite the cost increase.