Education leaders from Leander ISD, Austin Community College and Texas State University addressed Cedar Park Chamber of Commerce members at the June 12 luncheon, noting partnership among them as a driver for student success. more »
Emilie has reported on education, business, city and county news since 2009. After a stint as a radio reporter in her hometown of New Braunfels, she wrote for the Temple Daily Telegram and later joined Community Impact Newspaper in October 2011.
The Leander ISD school board is considering raises for its staff. Teachers on average will receive a 1.55 percent raise while employees in other departments will receive an average 1.69 percent pay increase, if the board approves the measure June 20. more »
The City of Cedar Park is offering emergency response classes Tuesday evenings from 6–9 p.m. starting June 11. The community emergency response team would be asked to support professional emergency personnel in an emergency or disaster. more »
CR 179 in Leander is scheduled to close June 8 for reconstruction of the Brushy Creek bridge. The closure coincides with the end of the Leander ISD school year and will likely extend into September or October. more »
The creators behind the Naanfull Indian Grill concept wanted to fill what they considered a gap in the local restaurant industry. They decided to begin serving customizable wraps, rice bowls and salads as well as traditional Indian platters to a new more »
Amy Sanborn, owner of Amy’s China Cuisine, believes loyal customers are one of her restaurant’s greatest assets. She works seven days a week to ensure a smooth operation, which includes paying special attention to her guests. more »
On almost any weekday, the lunch crowd at Pita Fusion lines up for a turn to create a meal from more than 100,000 possible combinations of ingredients. more »