A 10-foot-tall aluminum rooster regularly occupies the corner of FM 1431 and US 183 in Cedar Park—one of the city’s busiest intersections—to attract curious furniture buyers to Austin’s Consignment Depot.
Amy Sanborn, owner of Amy’s China Cuisine, believes loyal customers are one of her restaurant’s greatest assets. She works seven days a week to ensure a smooth operation, which includes paying special attention to her guests.
The so-called “aqua cliff” may have been avoided after the Lower Colorado River Authority board voted Nov. 14 to endorse emergency drought relief that would potentially provide water downstream for southeastern Texas rice farmers.
When the Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization awarded the City of Kyle $3.87 million in mobility funds in 2011, officials had proposed using $770,400 of that money toward construction of bicycle lanes and sidewalks along FM 2770 and FM 150
San Marcos voters re-elected their mayor and two City Council incumbents by wide margins Nov. 6 while offering strong support for the creation of a large riverfront park on the east side of I-35, according to unofficial election results.
Salvador Hurtado stepped up to a 2012 Nissan Sentra on Sept. 22 with a few razor blades and a spray bottle in hand. When he stepped away 60 minutes later, he did so as one of the top 10 window tinters in the world.
A potential bond election and the transition of Austin ISD into an arts-rich school district were key points in Superintendent Meria Carstarphen’s State of the District address Nov. 13 at the Toney Burger Center.