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Last October, Texas education officials told lawmakers they would likely owe the federal government $33 million for illegally decreasing funding for kids with disabilities. They reassured them it was … more
A student at Cedar Park Middle School was diagnosed with whooping cough earlier this week and Leander ISD recommended parents check with a doctor to determine if their children were exposed to the … more
After a brief search, Cedar Park Police found a missing 10-year-old boy safe on Saturday night. The boy was reported missing late Saturday afternoon near Janet Bardles Park. In an unrelated incident, … more
Erin Arias of Leander High School and Mary Iliukevich of Round Rock High School were among the 10 students selected to receive a Career and Technical Education Award from Congressman John … more
Gas prices around Central Texas have risen 7.0 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $2.41/g on Monday, according to GasBuddy's daily survey of 830 stations. Those prices are up 23.3 cents per … more
Six candidates seeking election to three city council seats in Leander met for a candidate forum on Monday night held at Skye Luxury Retirement Living Apartments in Leander. The candidates answered … more
Two River Place residents, Conner Erwin and Brent Werbeck, created a full course triathlon  called Fool’s Race that they will be competing in and benefiting charity along the way.Neither Erwin … more
Williamson County will host its 10th annual free Learn to Fish Day this weekend. The event will be held at the Southwest Williamson County Regional Park, located at 3005 CR 175 in Leander, on … more
Austin gas prices have risen 5.7 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $2.33/g today, according to GasBuddy's daily survey of 830 stations. Gas prices in Austin are 18.6 cents per gallon … more
At an eye-popping $1.5 billion, Indigo Ridge — a master-planned, mixed-use retail project on 155 acres at the intersection of FM 1431 and Sam Bass Road — is projected to be the single largest … more
Politicians are often said to be chasing the polls, but sometimes they run the other way. According to the latest University of Texas/Texas Tribune poll, at least two issues popular with a … more
FORT WORTH – Eleven-year-old Sophia Smith ponders some questions largely left up to urban planners, sustainability experts and city leaders — where do communities put all the trash? As … more
WASHINGTON – Chief Justice John Roberts refused to halt a new federal ban on ownership of bump stocks, the attachments that can make a semiautomatic rifle fire more rapidly, like a machine … more
The Los Angeles Times is joining a new paid subscription news service created by Apple that offers customers who pay a monthly fee of $9.99 access to articles from a selection of publications, many … more
A rezoning request for controversial master planned community was denied by the Leander City Council last week, ostensibly putting an end to plans for the 1,100-unit Chapman Parks development … more
On March 5, the Williamson County Commissioners formed a Citizens Bond Committee to discuss future needs for county roads and parks. The purpose of a Williamson County Citizens … more
Growth is on everyone’s minds these days and it is no different for the City of Leander’s leaders.Thursday’s regular meeting of the Leander City Council is expected to take up several … more

At $1.5 billion, the development is the largest in Williamson County history.  The new tennis facility will anchor Indigo Ridge, a high-end, mixed-use development, and turn it into a true destination development.

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Texas' unpopular statewide standardized test is once again caught in legislative crosshairs, this time after a controversial Texas Monthly article questioned whether the test was evaluating … more
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