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Liberty Fest returns to Leander on Monday, July 4. The free annual event will again feature live music, food, children's activities and a fireworks display. This year's event will be held at … more
The cities of Cedar Park and Leander are gearing up for their respective 4th of July events next week, which is projected to be mostly sunny with temperatures around 100 degrees.Leander will once … more
The Williamson County Public Affairs office took home two statewide awards for communication from the Texas Association of Municipal Information Officers annual conference in Houston this … more
Gas and oil prices are heading in the right direction, finally. But the reasons why might be no cause for celebration.Traders drove down the price of U.S. crude oil 11% over the past two weeks and … more
Williamson County Judge Bill Gravell and Travis County Judge Andy Brown both released statements within the last week confirming that high heat and drought conditions have led them to ask fireworks … more
Williamson County filed a lawsuit on June 17 seeking to block the City of Austin from using the Candlewood Suites hotel and site at 10811 Pecan Park Boulevard to provide housing for people … more
A Rock Rock woman convicted of embezzling more than $775,000 from her former employer, was sentenced to 51 months in jail. Cynthia Linette Jones, 52, a former office manager for a Central Texas … more
Local Boy Scout and Cedar Park HS cross country athlete Isaac Plotts organized and led a shoe drive that collected 218 pairs of quality shoes for people in the community without current access … more
People of all ages enjoyed Cedar Park's 2022 Go Skateboarding Day, held at the city'ss Brushy Creek Skate Park on Friday, June 17, which featured free skating, vendors, and several competition … more
The Williamson County Sheriff's Department reports that three suspects have been arrested and charged with the June 12 homicide of 16-year-old Adrian Murillo Curiel of Cedar Park.According to … more
Williamson County Commissioners on Tuesday issued a county-wide burn ban due to "severe drought conditions, above average heat, low humidity, low fuel moistures and high winds that are creating … more
The Texas Center for the Book seeks nominations for its Sixth Annual Literacy Award. The winning organization will receive $2,000 cash award, with at least one honorable mention recipient … more
Leander celebrated its first Juneteenth Jubilee celebration Saturday, joining other area cities in marking the historic day the Union army arrived in Galveston, Texas, to announce that all enslaved … more
Former Cedar Park City Council member Stephen Thomas was unanimously appointed by the council and sworn into office Thursday to fill the vacant Place 1 seat. The seat became vacant after Cedar … more
Juneteenth is a celebration of Black history and freedom whose celebration for years went relatively unnoticed by White Americans. It rose in prominence following 2020’s sweeping protests against … more
Williamson County Emergency Medical Services is asking residents to take three minutes to answer a few questions regarding their perspectives on EMS vehicles using lights and siren operation.The … more
The Round Rock City Council approved an agreement with technology products manufacturer Valex Corporation to bring more than $12 million in capital investments and 75 new jobs to the area over the … more
The Cedar Park Medical Center has seen the number of babies it delivers annually grow by 20% in recent years, driven by local population growth and residents feeling more comfortable choosing the … more
Leander City Council Place 3 candidate David McDonald and Leander City Council Place 5 incumbent Chris Czernek won their respective races Saturday night by sizable margins."I am appreciative that the … more
Leander Mayor Christine DeLisle's Ad Hoc Committee will hold its first meeting at 10 a.m. this Saturday to discuss how to encourage more volunteerism around the city, including coordinating and … more
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