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Home for the holidays? There are many ways to celebrate and help others in Cedar Park, Leander and surrounding areas. Here are some events to bring cheer to your holiday season whether it be seeing a … more
Pedernales Electric Cooperative will offer 10 local high school students the opportunity to visit the nation’s capital next summer as part of the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association’s … more
The parents of two Cedar Park girls, aged 5 and 6, accused of never sending their children to school or teaching them to communicate have both been arrested and charged with first-degree … more
Some drivers say problems with construction on an extension of New Hope Drive doesn’t appear to be helping traffic, despite the project’s overall goal of increasing capacity for traffic traveling … more
Lineworkers from Pedernales Electric Cooperative won eight awards at the International Lineman’s Rodeo on Oct. 13 in Bonner Springs, Kan. Every single competitor from PEC earned an award during the … more
The Leander City Council is considering making changes to the city’s regulations on access management with the goal of freeing up traffic near developing lots next to thruways or other high-volume … more
The Round Rock Police Department aims to help preserve holiday cheer with Operation Front Porch, which can prevent package theft during the holiday season. This is the second straight year the … more
A new area yoga studio is setting out to become a community hub for physical, mental and emotional wellness and fitness. Enter Buck to Basics Yoga Studio, a cozy space at 2501 S. Bagdad Road in … more
Leander ISD’s bands continue to excel, with Vista Ridge winning first place in the UIL 6A Marching Band contest Several of Leander ISD’s high school marching bands recently placed high in … more
Gasoline prices in Austin have fallen 6.6 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $2.38/g on Monday, Nov. 12, according to GasBuddy's daily survey of 830 stations in Austin. This compares with … more
Brad Holland, CEO of Cedar Park Regional Medical Center has announced that he will leave Cedar Park Regional Medical Center in December, 2018 to pursue a new professional opportunity. The hospital … more
The Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority plans to increase tolls across its network of toll roads beginning Jan. 1, 2019. The increases, scheduled to range from 1-3 cents per toll booth on … more
Brian Malik Baptiste, known just as “Malik,” is a 2014 graduate of Leander High School and a budding musician known for his proficient sound layering ability.Baptiste was in the process of making … more
Leander, Cedar Park and Round Rock will join forces with the City of Austin to manage an expansion of the Brushy Creek Regional Wastewater System. The expansion, approved unanimously on Oct. 18, sets … more
Judge Edna Staudt was presented the 2018 Glenn Shepard Servant Leadership Award on Oct. 30 in the Williamson County Precinct 2 Courtroom by Tony Moline, president and CEO of the Cedar Park Chamber of … more
The much-discussed 'blue wave' never really came ashore, though many incumbents in longtime Republican strongholds like Williamson County felt the effects of a surge in Democrat voting. In … more
A pair of Austin psychologists were found guilty this month of conspiracy and fraud in a healthcare kickback scheme. A 68-year-old Cedar Park man pleaded guilty earlier in the case.William Joseph … more
Williamson County judges have appointed Anthony Odiorne as a new associate judge in the Magistrate’s Office. Odiorne was previously a private attorney in Georgetown. Prior to that, he was a … more
More than a year and a half after a double homicide shooting, survivor Jaclyn Burden, 24, met with the first responders who saved her life.Burden said March 15, 2017 was the most terrifying day of … more
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