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Local parent Mavis Chase raised concerns over proposed changes to the Leander Independent School District bell schedule at the LISD Board Meeting on Thursday. The proposed changes would provide a 40-minute minimum time frame between drop-off times at elementary, middle and high schools in the district. 

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There will be a planned water outage on Friday, September 6, 2019 from 9:00 am - noon for select areas for scheduled water system improvements and fire hydrant replacements.Those areas include:• A … more

Westside Elementary earned a national distinction, the prestigious Lighthouse School Certification from the “Leader in Me” program.

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The Lago Vista Independent School District adopted the 2019-2020 school year budget at a special meeting on Thursday. Lago Vista ISD also adopted the proposed tax rates for the 2019-2020 school year.

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Larkspur Elementary held a dedication ceremony on Friday. Larkspur Elementary Principal Tracie Montanio spoke to students, parents, faculty and Leander Independent School Board members. 


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Cedar Park Parks and Recreation department held Splash Jam, a Back-to-School bash, at Milburn Park on Sunday.

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Cedar Park Police Department’s Financial Crimes Division Sergeant Scott Buchanan and Cedar Park Police Officer Anthony Bridgewater said there has been an increase in phone scams in the area. 

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The Leander City Council honored several individuals Thursday, Aug. 15, during its council meeting for their quick actions that saved the life of a young woman who was attending her son's Leander Little League baseball on June 14 at Benbrook Ranch Park.

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Capital Metro will close Whitestone Boulevard/RM 1431 between U.S. 183/Bell Boulevard and Discovery Boulevard over the weekend while performing construction work on the railroad crossing.The section … more
The Leander ISD Board of Trustees voted Thursday to hire Dripping Springs ISD Superintendent Bruce Gearing as the new the Leander ISD Superintendent. Gearing's contract is for three years with … more

AJ’s Bar & Grill and Patchouli Joe’s Books & Indulgences aim to open their doors in the Old Town district within a month

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Cedar Park's National Night Out celebration Tuesday drew between 40 and 50 block parties marking the event.

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A local Vietnam War veteran who rescued seven different people during that conflict rode a helicopter again for the first time in years last Thursday.

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It was 1993 and Slobodan Vujisic's home town of Belgrade was in the grip of war.

Vujisic was worried for  his family’s lives and for his.

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A local Vietnam War veteran who rescued seven different people during that conflict rode a helicopter again for the first time in years last Thursday.

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Leander ISD announced Thursday night that it has named Dripping Springs ISD superintendent Bruce Gearing as the lone finalist to replace outgoing Superintendent Dan Troxell.

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Cedar Park is launching its 2019 National Night Out kick-off party from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. this afternoon at Heritage Oak Park at 875 Quest Parkway.

The event is open to the public and will include music, a petting zoo, a climbing wall, a bounce house, the DPS Helicopter, foo and and drink and appearances by McGruff, the National Night Out Knight, Texas Stars Hockey and Austin Spurs.

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The Williamson County Animal Shelter over the weekend was able to achieve a total of 63 adoptions of dogs and cats after offering 100 free adoptions as part of an initiative to challenge the community to help with overcrowding at the shelter.

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Early morning visitors to the Starbucks at The Parke on Monday got a bonus item with their usual order of coffee: a chat with local police officials.

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A Cedar Park local of seven years celebrated his 100th birthday last Wednesday with a small crowd of around 30 family members – many of them spanning generations on the family tree.

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