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Cedar Park lands transportation startup company, city to gain 230 jobs

A $1.3 million economic development package approved by the Cedar Park City Council Thursday night will help bring a Pennsylvania transportation company and more than 230 jobs to the city. more

Leander mayor’s race to include three candidates

Cedar Park and Leander residents have until 5 p.m. Friday to step forward to run for election to city council seats this year. Election day is May 5 and early voting is April 23-May 1. more

WilCo YMCA Teen Court seeking participants

Organizers for the 22nd Williamson County YMCA Teen Court program are seeking students to participate in mock trials on real life cases Saturday, Sept. 16 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Twin Lake YMCA … more

Cedar Park City Council rejects Vietnam War veteran statue over diversity concerns

The Cedar Park City Council rejected a plan for a new Veteran’s Memorial Park statue at its Feb. 8 meeting. Two female council members said it’s time for more women to be represented in the city’s military service memorials. more

Williamson County man charged with cruelty to livestock

A Williamson County man has been charged with three counts of cruelty to livestock after a tip led Williamson County officers to rescue more than a dozen starving horses.Williamson County Sheriff Robert Chody said Jesse Gonzales, Jr., 69, was … more

12th Annual Bluegrass Festival scheduled for Leander

Six top bluegrass bands and a bevy of arts, crafts and food vendors will be featured at the City of Leander’s 12th annual Bluegrass Festival the weekend of Sept. 22. more

1431 widening project to continue into 2019

Traffic tie-ups on East Whitestone Boulevard will continue through early spring of 2019 as road widening is expected to continue for several more months. According to Diann Hodges, TxDOT spokesperson … more

Greg Kelley ruling may be delayed

Friends, family and supporters of Greg Kelley, who is seeking to overturn his 2014 conviction for super aggravated sexual assault of a child, are anxiously awaiting a ruling in the case by Williamson … more

Paxton asks high court to approve court-drawn House maps

AUSTIN — Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton on Oct. 27 filed a brief urging the U.S. Supreme Court to reverse a lower court ruling that required nine of the state’s 150 House districts to be … more

Recreation supervisor joins Leander's Parks and Rec

The City of Leander has a new recreation supervisor who will be dedicated to managing and creating community events. Heather Taylor, who has helped develop programs for young people at 10 military … more

The flowers man: Lakeline Oaks resident surprises ladies with flowers every week

Since July of last year, 84-year-old Andy Carver has made it his mission to buy a bouquet of flowers each week and give them to a widowed woman resident at Lakeline Oaks as a surprise. No one knows who it will be, they just know “Andy is the flower man.” 

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Christine Eady Mann suspends campaign

Dr. Christine Eady Mann, the first Democratic candidate to officially announce a bid for the 31st District Congressional seat in the 2018 elections, re-entered the race on October 17 after temporarily suspending her campaign in July. more

WilCo Sheriff unit busts Leander marijuana grow operation

Williamson County sheriff’s office is in the process of obtaining arrest warrants for two individuals after dismantling an indoor marijuana growing operation of 20 plants in a Leander home, Oct. 27, police said. more

Cedar Park picks final design engineer for Bell Boulevard realignment

Cedar Park is moving one step closer to realigning Bell Boulevard into a walkable, mixed-use development destination district. more

‘Heart of Bell Boulevard’ public workshop planned

‘Heart of Bell Boulevard’ public workshop planned Cedar Park officials seek input for future mixed-use development more

Feeding families: Karen Faulkner of Student Charities provides consistency in the lives of hungry students

Karen Faulkner has been working as a registrar for Leander ISD for more than 20 years. After noticing that students were often hungry in the classroom, she decided to do something about it. more

Leander Council briefed on plans for creation of Trail of Trains

Bridget Brandt, the president of the Leander Chamber of Commerce, briefed members of the Leander Council Thursday on plans for the creation of a Trail of Trains in the city to celebrate Leander's founding as a railroad town. Work is underway by … more
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