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A Cedar Park saxophonist experienced the trip — and performance — of a lifetime this summer. Fifteen-year-old Will Lambert, who will be a sophomore at Cedar Park High School this month, was … more
Avid swimmers and mermaid fanatics in the Austin area will be able to fulfill their dreams of sprouting colorful tails and becoming part of the undersea world with the addition of a new school called … more
Arthur Calvin Bible, the namesake of Bible Stadium at Leander High School, passed away last week at the age of 99, leaving behind a legacy of influence and community stewardship in Leander. more

Cedar Park City Council members got some support Thursday night for their decision to turn down a Vietnam War statue because it didn’t include a woman.

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Twenty young cancer patients camped, relaxed and had “boatloads” of fun during the 28th annual “Teen Lake Escape” at the McIngvale Mansion in Lago Vista.Each year’s trip is free and is put … more
In addition to races for mayor and city council seats, Cedar Park and Leander voters will decide on a host of ballot measures in the May 5 election. Most involve administrative changes to the … more
Unofficial election results show Troy Hill winning the mayoral runoff in Leander. more
The Leander City Council will take up the issue of setting the city’s tax rate at its Aug. 2 meeting. The Council will discuss and consider a proposal to adopt a tax rate for fiscal year 2018-2019 … more
At its last meeting on July 26, the Cedar Park City Council adopted a resolution to amend its own rules of procedure, including meeting dates and start times. The resolution adjusts the meeting times … more
Leave it to Will Lambert to get the whole neighborhood hopping along with music while raising money for an important cause. The Cedar Park High School saxophonist is working his way to becoming … more
After recent heavy rains in the Central Texas area, a sampling of mosquitoes taken at an expanded trapping site in Cedar Park has tested positive for West Nile Virus in September. The testing is … more
As vast, timeless and limitless as space is, it has brought together two different people who enjoy its mysteries above all else. Now a 13-year resident of Cedar Park, Donald Schliesser’s … more
The City of Austin Utilities is warning local customers that someone claiming to be from the company or Austin Energy, is demanding utility bill payment from customers within an hour, or else risk … more
Thanks to a partnership between the Williamson County Sheriff’s Office and local police forces, several newly appointed Texas Peace Officers will help clean up local crime.Eight cadets graduated … more
Local drivers to see little relief from toll forgiveness plan or new fee limits more
Achieving literacy by the third grade is a significant milestone for children, parents and educators. It’s also one of the biggest problems faced by area school districts.  Research shows … more
The Cedar Park police are reminding citizens to be aware of their surroundings after a recent “jugging” incident in which criminals follow a person out of a bank to rob them. more
Leander residents have elected a new mayor. Troy Hill, who served one term on the city council before resigning to run for mayor, beat Vic Villarreal in a runoff election held last Saturday.Hill won … more
Commuters who normally ride the Capital Metro rail system from the Leander station will have to find alternative transportation between Leander and the Lakeline Station through June 28.  more
Chris Connealy has been appointed by the Williamson County Commissioners Court to serve as senior director of Emergency Services effective July 16. Connealy takes the role following the retirement of … more
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