Elizalde was serving as Dallas ISD’s chief of school leadership prior to the hire.
Pflugerville residents will have the opportunity to vote on up to $191.3 million in roads and parks projects this November.
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The low-level misdemeanor trial featured a YouTube user commenting on a juror's cat and one potential juror—who was not selected—whose name appeared on Zoom as "Goth Brooks."
The county has surpassed 7,000 total reported cases.
Recent statistics show the positivity rate for testing could be an early sign of local coronavirus trends to come.
Panelists at a virtual discussion hosted by the Pflugerville Chamber of Commerce discussed how the business landscape has endured significant change in the five months since the coronavirus hit.
The group will offer socialization, supplemental arts instruction and a consistent environment for students in grades four through eight.
Co-owners Jennifer Cazazos and Britany Rodriguez said the store sells products centered on herbalized nutrition, including for before and after workouts, as well as vitamin supplements.
UPDATED: First Baptist Church in Georgetown offers remote learning assistance, care for GISD students of working parents
The program is now at capacity.
Nearly 60% of Dripping Springs ISD families opt to send their students back to campus in mid-September
Almost 60% of Dripping Springs ISD students are registered to switch to in-person classes in September.
The order only takes effect in the county’s unincorporated areas, and those within a city limit must still abide by the provisions established by the city officials.
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JUST IN: Court to move forward in establishing committee to look into Williamson County Confederate statue placement
The committee will be formed in December with a possible report presented to the court in March.
Face coverings will be required in all indoor public areas, and guests will utilize a touchless check-in procedure. The hotel has also administered enhanced sanitization practices and additional employee training
A planned fire station and training facility in New Braunfels is en route to be moved to another location after officials established a roughly 35-acre tract that has been deemed a more suitable location.
A program approved by New Braunfels City Council will offer an $85,000 investment to provide financial incentives to United Training Center LLC.
Patients at Resolute Health Hospital, located at 555 Creekside Crossing, New Braunfels, are now allowed one visitor due to an adjusted visitation policy that went in place Aug. 11.
Eligible adults and children can receive low- or no-cost immunizations through the office of public health.
For services provided during the first three weeks of the school year, families are asked to fill out an online meal form and request services by Aug. 17.
Brig. Gen. Charles Duke’s career at NASA spanned over 10 years. He was involved in five Apollo missions from 1966-72.
The salad and grain bowl chain plans to open another location this fall on The Drag.