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Cedar Park City Council holds first-ever Council Chat

Members of the Cedar Park City Council and city staff hosted a first-ever ‘Council Chat,’ taking off-the-agenda questions from residents and providing answers to any who attended the Sept. 4 … more

LISD Board works to keep students cool

After hearing stories from concerned parents about excessive heat on school buses and heat-exhausted children coming home after school, the Leander ISD board took action by directing administration … more

A Life of Service: Leander’s first police chief dies one day after 91st birthday

Those who knew and served with Cecil D. “C.D.” Hill said the man who became the City of Leander’s first police chief was someone willing to lend his hand to those in need.  Hill was … more

Wilco lifts burn ban after weekend rains

Williamson County Judge Dan Gattis on Monday lifted the burn ban for unincorporated areas of Williamson County.Gattis' office advises residents to remain cautious with any outdoor burning activities … more

The way of the (Code) Ninja

Most technology in the modern world is run on code. From smartphones to cars to websites to entire factories, very little in our our modern world could operate without code — the language of … more

New veterans park opens in Leander

On a calm Saturday morning, surrounded by the sounds of gentle fountains and the fluttering of dragonfly wings, members of the Leander City Council and the Leander Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 10427 … more

A Rising Star: Young Tejano Musician Up for Best Female Artist

Mia Garcia, an 11-year-old from Austin, is making history as the youngest person to be nominated for Best New Female Artist at the Tejano Music Awards.Coming from a musical family, Garcia recorded … more

Senate candidate O’Rourke speaks to packed house in Cedar Park

There was not one vacant seat at Congressman Beto O’Rourke’s town hall meeting last Wednesday morning, as the Democratic challenger to Senator Ted Cruz spoke to a packed house at the Cedar Park … more

CTRMA approves veterans toll discount

The CTRMA has approved a toll discount program, allowing participating qualified veterans to drive toll-free, starting on Nov. 1, on the 183A toll, the 290 toll, the 71 toll lane, and the future 183 … more

Come one, Come all: Ben Hur Shrine Circus performs in Cedar Park this weekend

The Shrine Circus has returned to H-E-B Center at Cedar Park with six performances scheduled for Labor Day weekend, Aug. 31 through Sept. 2. The Ben Hur Shriners will host the Carden Circus, the only … more

New mixed-use development planned in Cedar Park

A new 126-acre development called Indigo Ridge North could add a major retail, office and restaurant development to the northeast section of Cedar Park. Previously a planned development, the … more

A Heated Issue: Leander ISD board considering solutions to hot buses

With outdoor temperatures rising above 100 degrees this month, temperatures aboard some Leander ISD school buses have also swelled, with some reporting temperatures above 115 degrees. “It was … more

Christian Brothers Automotive opens Leander location

A retired firefighter and his wife have opened a Christian Brothers Automotive franchise in Leander. It is the city’s first and the fourth Christian Brothers Automotive location in the greater … more

Domino’s delivers with new ‘pizza theater’ concept

Domino’s Pizza recently unveiled one of its new ‘pizza theater’ concepts in Jonestown, allowing customers to see every step in the process of creating their pizza order. Before 2009, the … more

Beloved Wilco K9 officer retires, adopted by handler

Eight-year-old Dutch Shepherd and Williamson County Sheriff’s Office K9 Officer Rody has traded in his badge for a bone and some well-deserved rest and relaxation with his handler Deputy Josiah … more

PEC Board of Directors elects officers

At its regular meeting on Aug. 20 at the Marble Falls District Office, the Pedernales Electric Cooperative Board of Directors elected officers for a one-year term. Paul Graf, District 6 Director, was … more

The Dancing Angel: Tribute paid to beloved CPHS dance teacher

It wasn’t hard to see that Stacy Kaye Danielson, longtime director of the Cedar Park High School dance teams, was loved by her community. She embodied the spirit of selflessness, kindness and … more

Beto O'Rourke schedules campaign stop in Cedar Park

Beto O'Rourke, the Democratic nominee for U.S. Senate, is on a march to visit every county in Texas as a part of his race against Republican incumbent Ted Cruz. Next week, O'Rourke will visit … more

Leander aims to drop tax rate in face of rising home values

If the Leander City Council adopts the proposed fiscal year 2019 budget as presented, homeowners in the city could see minimal change in their city tax bill despite rising property values. At … more

Tumble Tech gymnastics athletes reach for the sky

Tumble Tech opened in 2015 in Cedar Park with the mission of providing area athletes an aerial sports sanctuary and a positive environment for kids. Recently, two of its young students, gymnasts Leah … more
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