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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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Dr. Bruce Gearing, Leander Independent School District’s superintendent as of Sept. 3, holds many titles --- world educator, wind-surfer, musician, community member, father, husband, future-thinker and outdoor enthusiast, among many others. 

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With the spreading Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic forcing local governments to close facilities and pull back services in order to protect public health, some people in Leander and Cedar Park have … more
Bell County Deputy John Andrew Rhoden was killed early Sunday while assisting the Williamson County Sheriff's Department with a vehicle pursuit. more

The Leander Independent School District announced the hiring of a new Chief Technology Officer at a meeting on May 21. Beginning July 6, Jason Miller will be leading the Technology Services departments as well as the district’s vision for technology and innovation.

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The Leander City Council honored several individuals Thursday, Aug. 15, during its council meeting for their quick actions that saved the life of a young woman who was attending her son's Leander Little League baseball on June 14 at Benbrook Ranch Park.

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The Cedar Park Police Department is investigating  an early Thursday morning shooting incident at an apartment complex at 2000 S. Lakeline Boulevard.Police officers responded to the 3 a.m. call … more

While discussing recent tours of special education classrooms at two different district campuses, the Leander Independent School District Board returned to the conversation of inclusion. 

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Texas House District 136 incumbent John Bucy III started out strong in the first major reporting period of the 2020 elections. He out-raised his new challenger, Cedar Park City Council member Mike … more
The planned Lakeline Park project moved closer to development Thursday after the Cedar Park City Council held the first reading and public hearing for the proposed rezoning of 200 acres of land to … more

The Williamson County WilCo Forward grant program is helping more than 1,600 local small businesses with their financial woes, as they deal with the impacts the COVID-19 pandemic has created. A total of more than $18.5 million has been issued since the program launched May 6. 

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The Cedar Park City Council will discuss "possible action related to funding and timing for an update to the Parks and Open Space Master Plan" Thursday during its regular council meeting.

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Voter turnout for odd-year General Elections has always been low. Road bond elections and proposed constitutional amendments never excite voters the way elections for governor or president do. That … more
First-degree murder charges were filed against the suspected shooter in Sunday's now fatal Cedar Park shooting after the victim died of his gunshot wounds at the hospital Wednesday, according to the … more
A  man was charged with misdemeanor driving while intoxicated and felony intoxication manslaughter following a t 10:30 p.m. May 21  accident where a woman was allegedly fatally struck by … more

Texas State Rep. John Bucy III (D-Austin) is hosting three paintings by a former Leander resident in his office at the Texas State Capitol through the month of August.

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Leander took a step towards its future Wednesday, March 4, with the kickoff of the largest and most ambitious development in the city's history.Leander city officials and Northline Leander … more
Prior to speaking to print media about the re-opening process in Williamson County that began at 8 a.m. Monday, Williamson County Judge Bill Gravell commented on the death of George Floyd and the ongoing protests that resulted.  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
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