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The Leander Public Library has canceled two events originally scheduled for June, purportedly after receiving public backlash over one of those events. Valeri Abrego-Liszewski, an Austin-based … more
Round Rock received a new fire station on Thursday, marking the third new fire station to open in the northwest suburban area in the last month. more
The Leander library has canceled two events originally scheduled for June, purportedly after receiving public backlash over one of those events. Valeri Abrego-Liszewski, an Austin-based … more
Three newly-elected council members were sworn in and Mayor Troy Hill outlined an ambitious list of goals he wants to accomplish in the coming year during the Leander City Council’s May 16 … more
For her 102nd birthday party, the only food she wanted was cheese, crackers and a cold beer. On Thursday, Martha “Marty” Wetherby, a former elementary school music teacher, celebrated her birthday at The Pointe at Cedar Park, a senior living home where she currently resides. more
Leander City Manager Kent Cagle was terminated “with cause” from his position Monday in a 6-to-1 vote by the Leander City Council. It was a sudden turn of events, as the council announced a … more
Rodney Robinson was met with cheers from his supporters late Tuesday night as he announced his victory.Robinson’s election to the Cedar Park City Council was secured in a recount of more than 5,700 … more
Gas prices across the Austin area fell another 1.8 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $2.47/g on Monday, according to GasBuddy's daily survey of 830 stations. Prices 0.4 cents per gallon … more
Thousands of festival-goers were able to beat the weather and enjoy Leander’s annual Old Town Street Festival on Saturday. Originally, weather forecasts had called for rain on Saturday. … more

The Leander City Council plans to hold a special meeting Monday morning to discuss the employment of Leander City Manager Kent Cagle...

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The public’s right-to-know, government transparency and privacy concerns were front and center of a heated May 2 Leander City Council debate over whether to the mayor and council members should use … more

The streets of Old Town in Leander will be filled to the brim next week with artisans, musicians and food vendors as part of the annual Old Town Street Festival.

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Rodney Robinson was declared the winner of the Cedar Park City Council Place 5 race by 2 votes Monday after the Cedar Park City Council canvassed the election results. The final count of the 9 … more
Austin gas prices have fallen 2.6 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $2.49/g today, according to GasBuddy's daily survey of 830 stations. Gas prices in Austin are 2.1 cents per gallon … more

The third annual Jazz & Art on Main festival Saturday looked almost as if it weren’t going to happen.

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The lack of toll-free frontage roads along Toll 183A in Cedar Park has long been a point of contention for drivers who don’t want to pay a toll on the most expensive stretch of toll road in Central … more
A Vista Ridge High School student was awarded the highly-selective Gates Scholarship on April 26, the second prestigious scholarship he’s received in five months.  Quincy Johnson, a … more
The Leander City Council unanimously approved a $4 million bid from Workman Commercial Construction Services, LTD for the construction of the new Fire Station No. 5 that will service southwest … more
Vandegrift High School is one of the top 100 high schools in Texas and part of the top 1000 in the nation, according to a newly released ranking of high schools. The list, created by U.S. News & … more
Cedar Park officially opened its fifth fire station last Friday with a grand opening ceremony held by the city and Williamson County. The new station, Fire Station Number 5, opened after a line of … more
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