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Chief Deputy Mike Pendley with the Williamson County Precinct One Constable’s Office was named Deputy of the Year at the 75th Annual Justice of the Peace and Constables Association Education … more

As fireworks stands open for summer business, the Cedar Park Fire Department reminds everyone that most fireworks are illegal in and around Cedar Park.  In addition to potentially starting a fire, fireworks can result in serious injuries, particularly to children.

Economists now expect the Federal Reserve to cut interest rates multiple times this year – coming round to the view held by investors, though they haven't gotten all the way there … more
The Cedar Park Council has unanimously approved a pair of incentive agreements with James Avery Craftsman, Inc. as a part of the company's agreement to build a second headquarters in Cedar Park.The … more
A UK-based company plans to invest $1 million and bring 100 new jobs to Cedar Park after the city council unanimously approved an economic incentive agreement with the company at its June 27 … more
Three Cedar Park City Council members faced criticism and calls for them to publicly apologize during the Thursday, June 28, council meeting over their attendance at a recent protest against a … more
The Leander City Council has begun its search for a new City Manager through a council member-chaired task force they created back on June 6.The Task Force members are Mayor Troy Hill, Mayor Pro Tem … more
One of Cedar Park's signature developments is progressing, with the city council voting last week to authorizing city staff to begin negotiating right-of-way land purchases for the highway … more

One by one, officials on the Williamson County Commissioners Court on Sunday gave their reasoning on why a proposal to fly pride and POW/MIA flags at county buildings was something they couldn’t vote in favor of. 


Around 600 people attended a showcase on Wednesday of future development plans for a slice of Cedar Park near a section of U.S. 183. 

The event was called “A Day in the Bell District” and its goal was to give residents an idea of what the completed development, extending across 52 acres near the section of U.S. 183 between Park Street and Brushy Creek Road, might feel like.

Williamson County Commissioner received a recommendation from a committee Tuesday, June 19, to seek a bond this November to fund road and park projects. The commissioners will decide at a later … more
DALLAS – A relative of the man who opened fire outside downtown Dallas' federal building this week warned the FBI in 2016 that he shouldn't be allowed to buy a gun because he was depressed and … more
Like a number of Texas counties, Williamson County last week filed a lawsuit against the makers, distributors and retailers of pharmaceutical opioids.The lawsuit, which was filed in the a Williamson … more
Dr. Christine Mann, a Cedar Park family physician and a longtime Democratic activist with a record of fighting for women's rights, kicked off her congressional campaign for Texas’s 31st … more
Leander City Council members will discuss several economic development incentive possibilities during Thursday’s regular council meeting... more
Open government advocates say the state's recent legislative session helped to rehabilitate government transparency in Texas... more
Thousands of people descended on Bar K Park in Lago Vista on Sunday for the city’s annual LagoFest event. more
DALLAS – A gunman killed by police in a shooting at the Earle Cabell Federal Courthouse in Dallas Monday morning was a graduate of Vandegrift High School. more
Austin gas prices have fell another 3.2 cents per gallon over the past week, averaging $2.34/g on Monday, according to GasBuddy's daily survey of 830 stations. Gas prices in the Austin area were down … more
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott vetoed a bill Saturday that would have required children under age 2 to be secured in rear-facing car seats... more
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