SAN MARCOS/BUDA/KYLE – San Marcos’ population of 46,685 is expected to swell by 70 percent during the next two decades, according to estimates from the Texas State Data Center. more »
Witty statements and clever turns of phrase fill the air at the annual competition with two main events, Punniest of Show and Punslingers.
Round Rock Express co-owner and founder Reid Ryan is leaving his role as CEO of the team in order to take over as president of business operations for the Houston Astros.
HID Global broke ground Jan. 14 on its 200,000-square-foot manufacturing facility in North Austin with a goal of opening it by next January.
On May 17, officials from all over Central Texas kicked off the development of a plan that will help guide the next 25 years of transportation in the region at the Palmer Events Center.
Magnolia High School Eagle Scout Brian Drieu organized, fundraised, designed and constructed an outdoor wood covering—called a pergola—for Alzheimer's and dementia residents at The Heritage Tomball Retirement Community's memory unit.
The Round Rock ISD board of trustees will hold a workshop May 18 to discuss the expectations of the future superintendent, the board's relationship with that individual and more, said board president Catherine Hanna at the May 16 meeting.
Metro plans to open high occupancy toll lanes along Hwy. 290.
Williamson County commissioners heard from several county representatives requesting additional funds for supplies and positions at a May 14 budget workshop meeting.
The City of Kyle is scheduled to hold a special runoff election June 1 between Chad Benninghoff and Joe Bacon for the District 3 seat on Kyle City Council after neither candidate earned a majority share of the vote in the general election.
Blackbaud Inc., a software and services provider for nonprofits, held a ribbon-cutting ceremony May 16 to celebrate its new Network Operation Control Center located in The Domain.
Federal budget shortfalls and proposed cuts could have far-reaching effects for a number of San Marcos–area organizations. more »
Cedar Park and Leander’s pursuit of a reliable water supply has become more dramatic in recent months as significant policy changes and infrastructure projects come closer to reality. more »
The residential landscape of Cypress is poised for change throughout the next few years, as several livable centers are planned for Fairfield, Bridgeland, Towne Lake and Cypress Creek Lakes. more »
Grapevine is back to business as usual with term limits defeated and incumbents re-elected for three-year terms May 11. more »
Bills by Rep. Eddie Rodriguez, D-Austin, seek to support the burgeoning cottage food industry and have made progress with bipartisan support. more »
The Texas House passed a dozen pro-gun bills, including campus-carry legislation, that face an uphill battle in the Senate. more »
Lakeway Regional Medical Center marked its one-year anniversary with a celebration that included food, music and prizes, but LRMC CEO David Kreye said there is more to come. more »
The growth in the energy sector in The Woodlands over the last two years has been significant. more »