St. David’s Georgetown celebrated Nurses’ Week with several events honoring a critical component of the care they provide, the nurses. On Tuesday, May 9, the hospital hosted an opening ceremony for Nurses Week with remarks by Scott Alarcón, CEO of the Georgetown Health Foundation, and
[caption id="attachment_2161" align="alignleft" width="300"] County Court Judge John McMaster administers the oath of office to Mayor Dale Ross for his second term; with wife, Mickie Ross.[/caption]
In a special City Council session, Mayor Dale Ross, Councilwoman Rachael Jonrowe and Councilwoman Valerie Nicholson took the oath of
Georgetown firefighter talks organ donation, health awareness, and appreciation for the job he loves
by Ann Marie Ludlow
Brad Hill is a firefighter, a medic, husband and dad. Underneath it all, he’s simply a fighter.
A native of Round Rock, he decided at age 32 he wanted to
The Williamson Museum hosted a conversation and book signing with Patricia Bernstein, author of Ten Dollars to Hate May 17, at the historic Williamson County Courthouse.
Bernstein's most recent book tells the story of the Ku Klux Klan of the 1920s—by far the most “successful” incarnation
The Texas Bankers Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the Texas Bankers Association, honored Dale Hand of Schwertner with the 50-Year Banker Award during TBA’s 133rd Annual Convention on May 12 in San Antonio. This prestigious award honors bankers with a half century or more of
[caption id="attachment_2182" align="alignleft" width="300"] Georgetown Assistance League: Linda Ledbetter, Linda Meehan, Jana Springer, Shelley Holliday, Sandra Hunt and Shirley Williams.[/caption]
[caption id="attachment_2181" align="alignleft" width="300"] Rotary Club of Sun City[/caption]
Jarrell ISD Superintendent Bill Chapman recognized several businesses "who have helped us over and over again" at the
On May 16, District Judge Rick Kennon swore in Edgar Izaguirre as the newest Williamson County Magistrate. "This is an important ceremony because our Magistrate offices are now fully staffed and there will be no unusual burdens on Justices of the Peace or Judges to
[caption id="attachment_2187" align="alignleft" width="226"] Judge Bill Gravell speaks to dispatchers and communications experts.[/caption]
5th Annual Safety Symposium Special Training for Dispatchers
Williamson County Emergency Services held the 5th Annual Public Safety Symposium May 9-11 at the Expo Center in Taylor. The training focused on Telecommunicators and for
We-Rent-It (WRI), a Texas-based, family-owned business with locations throughout the state is opening its newest store May 22 to provide equipment rental and safety supplies for Jarrell, Georgetown and surrounding areas. WRI is the leading source for rental equipment and contractor supplies in Texas. The company
As Memorial Day approaches, thoughts turn to Veterans and their many sacrifices for independence and freedom. The Delaney at Georgetown is no different. On May 10, this local retirement community held a special Veteran Appreciation Luncheon, complete with JrROTC presentation and top-notch Texas barbecue.