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Jon Michael Gravitt, (Plumber Jon), 57, of Leander, Texas, Master plumber died Thursday, September 20, 2018 in his home from complications of heart disease. Jon was born September 7, 1961 in Tokyo, … more
It’s opening night for three Leander ISD high schools, with each drama program ready to put on their own musical production. more
Bill Alan McCann born October 8, 1933 lost his battle to cancer on September 25, 2018. He passed peacefully in the comfort of his own Leander home with family surrounding him. Bill had been a part of … more
Cedar Park Police determined street racing caused a fatal crash near the intersection of West Whitestone Boulevard and Walton Way last week, killing two young children. more
For years, school finance reform has been a messy political challenge that Gov. Greg Abbott has been reluctant to wade into.But an 86-page slide show titled “Improving Student Outcomes and … more
On a calm Saturday morning, surrounded by the sounds of gentle fountains and the fluttering of dragonfly wings, members of the Leander City Council and the Leander Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 10427 … more
Mia Garcia, an 11-year-old from Austin, is making history as the youngest person to be nominated for Best New Female Artist at the Tejano Music Awards.Coming from a musical family, Garcia recorded … more
There was not one vacant seat at Congressman Beto O’Rourke’s town hall meeting last Wednesday morning, as the Democratic challenger to Senator Ted Cruz spoke to a packed house at the Cedar Park … more
Gasoline prices in the Austin area have risen 2.5 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $2.60 per gallon on Monday, Oct. 1, according to GasBuddy's daily survey of 830 stations in Austin. This … more
The Leander Fire Department will add a fifth firehouse in 2019 to keep pace with population growth on the west side of the city.  more
Pedernales Electric Cooperative (PEC) will temporarily close its Cedar Park office beginning Nov. 1 for renovations. The utility cooperative says the updates will allow it to better serve its members … more
After candidate filing began last week for Cedar Park and Leander's May 5 city elections, vacancies in the cities' mayor positions quickly drew interest. Corbin Van Arsdale filed for mayor … more
City of Austin Utilities has discovered that at least one customer had someone visit her house and tell her that her utilities would be disconnected if she didn't make a payment within a short time … more
The City of Cedar Park has hired Ben White, former Vice President of Economic Development for the Round Rock Chamber, as its new Director of Economic Development.  The position has been … more
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton issued an official, nonbinding opinion Wednesday saying school districts cannot drive students to polling places unless the trip serves an educational … more
Departing last Friday afternoon and returning Saturday evening, the second all women's Honor Flight Austin took 42 World War II, Korean and Vietnam War veterans from across Texas to Washington D.C. … more
While Texas' infant mortality rate is lower than the national average, a new study shows wide variations in rates across different areas of the state and among different racial groups. The … more
The Texas Department of Transportation last week hosted an open house to discuss the proposed improvements to FM 734 (Parmer Lane) from RM 1431 to SH 45 North designed to reduce congestion and … more
The Jonestown Police Department and the U. S. Drug Enforcement Administration will give the public its 16th opportunity in eight years to prevent pill abuse and theft by ridding their homes of … more
Days before Martin Luther King Jr. Day, the scene that played out among the Greater Arlington Missionary Baptist Church’s wooden pews was, in some ways, reminiscent of the civil rights movement … more
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