[caption id="attachment_953" align="alignleft" width="1024"] General Chalmers with Purple Heart recipient and Veteran Memorial Advisory member Erik Stoeckle[/caption]
Residents across Georgetown—from the youngest to The Greatest Generation—honored members of our Armed Forces, past and present in many diverse ceremonies on November 11.
Georgetown ISD held events at 11
Feeling blue over Precinct 1 returns
It's no headline that Donald Trump orchestrated the biggest political upset since "Dewey Defeats Truman" to be the 45th President, but many Wilco results were noteworthy and just as surprising.
With one exception, every Republican candidate on the ballot in Williamson
[caption id="attachment_998" align="alignleft" width="300"] I'll leave you with this thought: Tomorrow is November 9. It's the very first day of the 2020 presidential election so we all have good reason to get up early and celebrate. ~Mayor Dale Ross adjourning the Nov 8 City Council
The Georgetown Police and Fire Departments played the third annual Battle of the Badges softball game Nov 13 to raise money for our local Blue Santa. With help from Century 21 and Sun City Softball the event raised an impressive $4021 to purchase toys for
The Texas Department of Transportation hosted an open house for proposed improvements of I-35 at Williams Dr Nov. 17. Those unable to attend the meeting in-person can offer input online at a virtual open house available between until December 1 at Mobility35OpenHouse.com.
The purpose of the
[caption id="attachment_957" align="alignleft" width="300"] Captain Dan Cohen, EMS Clinical Practices and video producer.[/caption]
We would like to be out of business
[caption id="attachment_951" align="alignleft" width="200"] Congressman John Carter[/caption]
November 7, Judge Laura Barker recognized seven graduates of the Williamson County Veterans Court. This is the fourth graduation for the program, and the second with Judge Laura Barker presiding.
“I’m truly honored to be a part of the Williamson
[caption id="attachment_940" align="alignleft" width="256"] Aerial view of a portion of current construction in Jarrell.[/caption]
Jarrell ISD announced November 4 that district enrollment has reached 1505 students; a 50 percent increase over the past five years. Superintendent Dr. Bill Chapman reports current projections show there is no
[caption id="attachment_948" align="alignleft" width="300"] Junior Esteban Woo Kee and Sophomore Co-Captain Samantha Pentecost listen to coach direction prior to arguing the case for the plaintiff.[/caption]
[caption id="attachment_950" align="alignleft" width="245"] Junior, Team Captain Maddison Elliott manages the Defense during pre-competition practice[/caption]
Ten Southwestern University students are studying and
Seniors in Georgetown have a new safety net when it comes to feeling assured and included. The Georgetown Police Department has, as part of its Volunteers in Police Service (VIPS) program, a group called Silver Shields, which provides services to homebound citizens and a sense