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The City of Leander will close most of the Pat Bryson Municipal  Hall until Monday after a city employee who worked in the building tested positive for the coronavirus.While no other infections … more

Galveston Assistant City Manager Rick Beverlin III will soon be leaving his position to begin his new role as the new Leander City Manager. Beverlin is set to start in the position on Dec. 2.

The Austin Police Department is investigating a body discovered Thursday, Feb. 27, in a field near a wooded area by the intersection of northbound U.S. 183 and Lakeline Boulevard as a possible … more

Williamson County is preparing to ramp up in-person access to County offices by June 1. County buildings will reopen by following procedures to ensure the safety of the public and county employees.  

The City of Cedar Park canceled the last vestige of its original 4th of July community events - the "Pop Up Parades" planned as a safer replacement for their annual parade - on Thursday after Gov. … more
Capital Metro will close Whitestone Boulevard/RM 1431 between U.S. 183/Bell Boulevard and Discovery Boulevard over the weekend while performing construction work on the railroad crossing.The section … more
The Leander Independent School District approved an Attendance Zoning Charter for elementary schools for the 2021-22 school year at their Feb. 27 meeting.  more
The Leander City Council approved $60,000 in business grants Tuesday for the first batch of 16 business who applied for the City of Leander's new COVID-19 Emergency Business Grant Program.The Council … more

The City of Leander will celebrate National Night Out tonight from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.


The Leander Independent School District Board of Trustees discussed the creation of a community-accountability system and unveiled their new board operating procedures at a meeting on Jan. 16. 


With the next Cedar Park City Council election heating up, the first batch of campaign finance reports released Wednesday, Jan. 15, already shows big money donations from a small, concentrated collection of donors have returned to dominate local fundraising for the 2020 races.

Cedar Park pastor Hanoi Avila has also dropped out of his council race.


The Williamson County and Cities Health District (WCCHD) announced three new positive COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, bringing the County’s total to 22.?

For the last month, the Cedar Park City Council was unified, polite and efficient in its meetings for the first time in nearly a year as Council members put aside divisiveness to focus on working … more
A total of $200,000 in grants were dispersed Monday, April 20, to 63 Cedar Park businesses through the City of Cedar Park's newly implemented Small Business Assistance Program, which aimed to help … more

Football practice moved to Running Brushy Middle School, volleyball game moved to Anderson High School at the same times, band practice and all other school activities are cancelled


After much discussion and disagreement, the Leander Independent School District Board and Superintendent Dr. Bruce Gearing reached a compromise last week. With a 4-1 vote, the board approved the District Improvement Plan as presented, with the additional directive to the administration to reconsider and redefine the performance objectives for Goals 1-7. 


Cedar Park City Council member Rodney Robinson, whose final day in the military was on Sept. 30, is dealing with the same challenge thousands of veterans face each year – leaving a professional they have served in since high school and struggling to find a way to translate their years of experience into a civilian job.


The Cedar Park City Council voted 5-to-2 Thursday to adopt the lowest property tax rate in 22 years for Fiscal Year 2020, marking the seventh consecutive year the tax rate has been lowered.

Cedar Park celebrated a "major milestone" for the planned $350 million Bell Boulevard Redevelopment project Thursday, Feb. 27, after the Cedar Park City Council approved the critical step of … more

The National Alliance of Mental Illness (NAMI Central Texas) in collaboration with Ascension Seton will be presenting a free webinar to help individuals manage distress and anxiety that may arise due to unprecedented isolation and uncertainty amid the covid-19 outbreak. 


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