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The agreement between Travis County and Emergency Service District No. 2 will fund emergency medical services while the city of Pflugerville negotiates a long-term plan.
A Cold Stone Creamery location opened in Round Rock on May 10, according to a company representative.
Regulators provided an update on grid operations following a weekend notice asking Texans to conserve their power usage.
Williamson County increases property tax exemptions for homeowners, age 65-plus and disabled residents
Commissioners court increased the existing tax exemption for residents age 65 and older as well as residents with a disability to $125,000, and the general homestead property exemption was increased to 5% of assessed value or a minimum of $5,000.
A new Sephora location opened inside the Kohls store at 200 Sundance Parkway, Round Rock, on May 9 with a grand opening held May 14.
Round Rock residents and businesses impacted by the March 21 tornado qualify for low-interest federal disaster loans, following a disaster declaration issued for Williamson County by the U.S. Small Business Administration.
Round Rock officials approved a variance request to an ordinance banning the sale of alcohol within 300 feet of a school during its May 12 meeting.
Following the proclamation of June as National Pride Month in Round Rock by City Council during a May 12 meeting, the city will host its first-ever Pride Festival on June 4.
Council gives rezoning approval for 11.25 acre townhome development just south of downtown Round Rock
Rezoning for a new housing development to be located just south of downtown Round Rock received initial approval from the city's council during a May 12 meeting, as residents asked the council to reconsider.
Round Rock officials gave the first of two required approvals for a budget amendment to create a coordinated cleanliness effort.
Marcus Musgrove took over ownership of Defiant Crossfit on April 29.
Austin-area St. David's HealthCare facilities are being nationally recognized for receiving "A" ratings for the Spring 2022 Leapfrog Safety Ratings.
See plans for a new Palm Beach Tan, an office space and a church—plus, view Urban Rooftop’s renovation details.
Citizens National Bank broke ground on the future new home of its Round Rock location April 27.
In partnership with the city of Round Rock, Lone Star Santas held a Caravan of Toys distribution May 7 at the Bob Bennett building, serving 28 families and a total of 60 children affected by the March tornado.
Capital Metro President and CEO Randy Clarke announced May 10 that he accepted a position as general manager and CEO of the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority in Washington, D.C.
The Round Rock Chamber announced May 8 that the board of directors named Jordan Robinson the chamber's president and CEO effective May 1.
SBA disaster loans available to Williamson County residents, businesses following March 21 tornadoes
The deadline to apply for the low-interest, economic injury loans is Feb. 6, 2023.
Round Rock residents reelected Rene Flores for City Council Place 2, unofficial polling data shows.
The Round Rock ISD board of trustees approved additional pay raises for district staff in the 2022-23 school year during its May 5 meeting, two weeks after approving a compensation increase April 21.
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