Within the next 30 years, the City of Austin foresees the vast swath of largely undeveloped land known as Robinson Ranch to be one of Northwest Austin’s most bustling urban hubs. However, the family is selective with the property it sells. more »
Sara Behunek joined Community Impact Newspaper in 2011. She covers regional transportation and higher education in Austin, and as editor of the Northwest Austin edition, stays up-to-date on issues having to do with that area.
Following a year in which some area taxing authorities cut their tax rates or implemented only moderate rate increases, some Northwest Austin residents may see as much as a 3 percent increase in their 2012 property tax bill. more »
Capital Metro did not receive a $10.3 million federal grant that would have been used to double-track three segments of the Red Line in Northwest Austin as well as other mobility-related projects located throughout the city. more »
Drunk Fish has the ability to take customers halfway around the world. more »
Sexton said there are three to four key turns that will have a lot of action when the U.S. Grand Prix takes place at the Circuit of The Americas track in November. more »
A flash mob gathered on City Hall plaza May 30 to raise awareness about emergency preparedness. more »
Owner Rusty Winkstern's garden-to-market concept is helping create more than just better tasting salads. more »