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McAlister's Deli is giving away free iced tea today

In honor of National Iced Tea month, McAlister's Deli will say thank you to its guests by treating each of them to a 32-ounce glass of McAlister's iced tea, today, Thursday June 29.  From open to close today, McAlister's Deli will give away its … more

St. David’s HealthCare opens new 24-hour emergency center in Leander

St. David’s HealthCare today announced the opening of St. David’s Emergency Center in Leander, which serves as an extension of St. David’s Round Rock Medical Center, a Level II Trauma Center.

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A.C. Bible leaves behind Leander legacy

Arthur Calvin Bible, the namesake of Bible Stadium at Leander High School, passed away last week at the age of 99, leaving behind a legacy of influence and community stewardship in Leander. more

Residents back Cedar Park council’s Vietnam War statue redo

Cedar Park City Council members got some support Thursday night for their decision to turn down a Vietnam War statue because it didn’t include a woman.

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City of Leander opens new intramural sports turf field

The City of Leander unveiled nearly five acres of synthetic sports turf field at Robin Bledsoe Park earlier this month, paving the way for young athletes to enjoy soccer, lacrosse, flag football, field hockey and more. 

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For your consideration: Ballot measures up for a vote May 5

In addition to races for mayor and city council seats, Cedar Park and Leander voters will decide on a host of ballot measures in the May 5 election. Most involve administrative changes to the … more

The biggest and best Fourth of July celebrations in the Austin area

It’s that wonderful, hot-as-heck time once again in our fair and free country. It’s time to fire up that grill, crack open some cold ones, inflate those pool toys and stock up on the mother of all personal fireworks displays like there’s no … more

Being here now

In the Fall of 1971 I found my copy of Be Here Now, Baba Ram Dass’ classic introduction to Eastern Thought. I read it, and put it in a prominent and safe place in my library. From time to time, as … more

Hats off to you, grads

As the class of 2017 walked onto the floor to the rousing melody of "Pomp and Circumstance" by their school band, their long graduation gowns flowed like ribbons over the bare floor of the HEB Center in Cedar Park, Saturday, June 3. more

White nationalist rally at Texas A&M University has been canceled

Saying they’re concerned about student safety, Texas A&M University leaders announced Monday that they have canceled a planned white nationalist rally on campus … more

McNeil football coach’s son and another student arrested

Two McNeil High School students were arrested last month on charges they illegally recorded video of another student in the bathroom and then posted the video on social media. A third student, a … more

Advisory committee recommends school bond vote for Leander ISD

The Leander Independent School District has until Aug. 21 to make a decision about whether or not to seek a bond issue for the funding needed for new area schools. At its regular meeting last … more

Camp Bow Wow seeking permit to open in Cedar Park

The Cedar Park City Council is considering a request for a special use zoning permit by a nationally known, high tech, pet friendly dog boarding operation. Camp Bow Wow has asked the Cedar Park … more

Leander ISD addresses campus safety, security

In the aftermath of a deadly high school shooting in Parkland, Florida that left 17 dead by a lone gunman, Leander ISD officials are addressing the district’s current safety and security systems with parents and students. more

TxDOT forgives $1.3 billion in unpaid toll fees

Local drivers to see little relief from toll forgiveness plan or new fee limits more

Voters OK $454.4 million Leander ISD bond

Voters approved a $454.4 million bond package on Election Day, which will allow Leander ISD to address the rapid district growth, safety and facility improvements throughout the district. more

The Samaritan of Cedar Park

Erika Pratt is passionate about the work she does at Samaritan Health Ministries. Starting her career as a secretary for a hospital in Waco, Pratt completed her degree at Baylor. She went on to work … more

Abbott signs bill restricting insurance coverage of abortion

Greg Abbott on Tuesday signed a bill that will require Texas women to pay an extra health insurance premium for non-emergency abortions, one of three abortion-related items the governor placed on … more

Bill regulating do-not-resuscitate orders heads to governor's desk

The Texas Senate on Tuesday evening voted to adopt a House-amended version of Senate Bill 11, which requires doctors to obtain explicit legal permission from patients before issuing … more

Ted Cruz, John Cornyn at odds over Senate GOP health care bill

Republican leaders in the U.S. Senate on Thursday unveiled their plan to overhaul President Obama's 2010 health care law. Within hours, Texas' two Republican senators took opposite positions on the measure. more
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