Congressman John R. Carter (R-TX-31) is now accepting nominations for the 2017 Congressional Veteran Commendation (CVC) program. This program allows the distinguished veterans of District 31 the opportunity to be formally honored for their wartime sacrifices and peacetime community involvement. The CVC program is nomination-based,
The City of Georgetown is the fifth fastest growing city in the United States with a population over 50,000 and the 2nd safest city of our size in Texas. We are perennially ranked as one of the top places to retire in the country. Our
Former Georgetown City Council member Jerry Hammerlun passed away June 17.
Jerry was elected to the Georgetown City Council in 2012. He also served on the boards of the Georgetown Education Foundation and the Boys and Girls Club of Georgetown amongst many others.
As an active member
One look around Jarrell provides ample evidence of the growth and new businesses that arrive in the city and surrounding area every day.
Summer of 2017 includes opening the doors on long-awaited chain stores like Sun Fresh Market on Town Center Blvd and Tractor
It is officially summer in Central Texas, and that means more time spent in the water. While you’re cooling off by the pool or in the lake, consider doing aquatic exercises to increase your metabolism, build muscle mass and improve joint health. At St. David’s
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Joe Austin, the head football coach at Southwestern University, announced today that he will be hosting a football clinic with a couples theme. The clinic will be held at The Georgetown Palace Theatre (810 S. Austin Ave, Georgetown,
Is it weird to use The Inferno for a summer vacation column? Was trying to find something as profound as the feeling of not thinking about work for ten whole days in a row. Dante fits the bill, one, when you go to Hawaii; two,
Can a judge be called for jury duty?
Absolutely! Judges are not excluded from jury service under that law; however, the odds of being selected are quite slim. Most litigants do not want a judge on their jury. In all likelihood, if selected, the other jurors
Is it just an urban myth that officers touch the car or the trunk to leave fingerprints in case something happens?
No, it is not an urban myth. Officers used to do it to leave fingerprints (before departments began video recording everything) and to make sure
Dear Savvy Senior,
I would like to hire a personal assistant/home helper for my mom to assist with some simple household chores like house keeping, errand running, driving her to the doctor, and keeping her company. But mom doesn’t require personal/physical caregiving nor does she require