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The Capital Metropolitan Transportation Authority (CapMetro) system plans to expand its pickup service area in Leander.   The CapMetro Board of Directors was briefed Wednesday, June … more
A few additional details have been revealed about the 15-year-old boy who drowned on June 1 at Twin Lakes Park, behind the Twin Lakes YMCA.   The case is still under investigation by … more
Williamson County's total market value increased by $9 million this year, the second-biggest increase in the county's history.   County staff detailed at the June 4 Williamson County … more
New details have been revealed about the evidence tampering charges against former Williamson County Sheriff Robert Chody and former Assistant County Attorney Jason Nassour related to the … more
Early Voting has begun in the runoff election for the Leander City Council Place 6 seat.    Becki Ross, the incumbent, received 45% of the votes during the May 4 municipal … more
After years of bus driver shortage, including having 50 bus driver positions vacant during the start of the 2023-24 school year, Leander ISD is making a major busing policy change. Leander ISD … more
Leander ISD is projecting a  $15 million budget shortfall in the 2024-25 Fiscal Year.  While the budget deficit is $5 million smaller than the district's estimates in January, district … more
The Cedar Park Police Department is investigating the drowning of a 15-year-old boy Saturday afternoon at Twin Lakes Park, behind the Twin Lakes YMCA. The department received the call at 4:45 … more
After eight years of delays and challenges, the City of Leander finally held a groundbreaking ceremony Wednesday, May 29, for the Leander Senior Center. Located at 709 Municipal Drive near the … more
A Leander ISD district employee was put on leave for alleged inappropriate use of technology during an 8th-grade Cedar Park Middle School field trip. On May 22, district officials were notified … more
Caroline Osborn, a recent graduate of Speech-Language Pathology from the Moody Honors Program at the University of Texas, had the opportunity to see her hard work promoting inclusivity and … more
Michael Herrera is still the winner of the Leander City Council Place 2 election following the final tallying Friday evening of the election recount. Esme Mattke Longoria, who lost her … more
The Leander ISD Board of Trustees approved 2.5% pay increase for every staff member as a part of its 2024-25 compensation plan at its board meeting earlier this month. “Within budgetary … more
Shine On Performing Arts is preparing to present a brand-new musical version of the timeless classic Alice in Wonderland. This version will take the audience down the rabbit hole with the … more
Brianna Hollie, a 16-year-old senior at Success High School, says she is eager to step into her future. “I’m so happy to be graduating, especially a year early! It helps give me a … more
Williamson County leaders held a groundbreaking ceremony on May 14 for the new 120,000-square-foot Williamson County Administration Building. Approved back in February 2023 by the Williamson … more
Lucretia “Shā” Rogers has effectively been named the planned first police department chief for Leander ISD's new district police department. The Leander ISD Board of Trustees … more
Stony Point High School’s Navy Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps (JROTC) has earned its third “Distinguished Unit with Academic Honors”. The group was also ranked the number … more
Cedar Park residents may soon find their Internet is faster and easier to access due to Google Fiber coming to the city. Last Thursday, the Cedar Park City Council entered a non-exclusive … more
On May 4, Leander resident Mike Sanders won his election to a seat on the Williamson Central Appraisal District (WCAD) Board of Directors. Appraisal districts determine a home's assessed value, … more
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