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Multiple Austin-area communities will celebrate Juneteenth, a day commemorating the end of slavery in Texas.
Strickland Bros. 10 Minute Oil Change began servicing customer vehicles at 2001 S. A.W. Grimes Blvd., Round Rock, in mid-May.
Long Island Deli opened in the former Little Red Wagon building at 1207 E. Palm Valley Blvd., Round Rock, May 24.
National figures run parallel to local data, as a recent snapshot from the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services indicates an approximately 3,000% increase in the number of telehealth sessions held nationwide from March 2019-March 2021.
From an ice cream joint to a well-known used book store, several new businesses are now open or coming soon to Round Rock.
Smokey Creek Cajun Bar and Grill will host a grand reopening June 11 at 1 p.m.
From pride festivals to live, outdoor music to mini-golf in a library, the month of June is packed with things to do.
The Round Rock ISD board of trustees voted to table a resolution that would have allowed the district to engage with a firm to further explore single-member districts during a June 2 meeting.
Texas is home to the highest speed limit in the nation, with maximum speeds reaching 85 mph on a portion of SH 130 between Austin and San Antonio.
Texas teachers respond to Gov. Abbott’s calls for legislative, district committees on school safety following Uvalde shooting
The Texas State Teachers Association wants lawmakers to push for gun legislation in the wake of the Uvalde shooting.
The Tiemann Art Gallery will close by the end of July, according to owner Carrie Tiemann.
Hutto-based barbershop Thig's Diamond Kutz opened a second location in Round Rock on May 25, according to owner William Thigpen, following delays from planned March and April openings.
ICYMI: Round Rock City Council approves economic incentive for Valex; council members sworn in; BCRUA contracts approved
Catch up on the latest actions taken by Round Rock City Council at its May 26 meeting.
Williamson County Commissioners Court moves forward with restructuring emergency dispatch communications
The agreement could bring changes to telecommunications for law enforcement, the fire department and emergency medical services.
Voters in Hays, Travis and Williamson counties had the opportunity to weigh in on candidates for state and local positions ahead of the November general election.
Representatives of Velvet Taco and the city of Round Rock have confirmed a new location is coming to the area soon.
Committees will investigate the mass shooting.
Round Rock's third Whataburger location opened at 281 University Blvd. in early May.
The district is taking advantage of the U.S. Department of Agriculture Summer Meals Program, the Seamless Summer Option, according to a news release from RRISD.
Austin-area cities will hold several LGBTQ pride events this summer, some for the first time.
A new Black Rock Coffee Bar location will host a grand opening event June 3 featuring free drinks from 5 a.m.-9 p.m.
Several hundred pay their respects to fallen soldiers