January 10, 2018 was the 14th anniversary of Rachel Cooke’s disappearance. In 2003, at home on Christmas break from college, Rachel (then 19) went out for a run and has not been seen since. Her parents' search received state- and nationwide attention, including being featured
Candidate for County Judge Bill Gravell held a public meet & greet at the Georgetown municipal airport January 9. Hosted by business leaders Jim and Patty Schwertner, Mayor Dale Ross and several others at the Schwertners' private hangar, more than 350 guests attended, enjoyed signature
Georgetown City Council District 5
I am writing this letter to inform my constituents in District 5 that after careful deliberation, I have decided not to seek re-election to the Georgetown City Council this spring. Shortly after I began serving my term on council, our business
Kevin Pitts, President of the Georgetown BBVA Bank announced his candidacy for the Georgetown City Council, District 5 Seat, currently held by Ty Gipson.
Pitts and his family moved to Georgetown in 2013 and quickly began serving the community. He believes his background on nine Georgetown
Anna Eby told The Advocate this week that she plans to run again to keep her seat as Georgetown City Council District 1 Representative.
Eby has been a resident of Georgetown since 2001 and is a trial and appellate attorney and small business owner. While proud
Captain Evelyn McLean of the Georgetown Police Department announced her candidacy December 4 for Justice of the Peace Pct 3.
McLean began her law enforcement career in 1991 as a Communications Operator for the Pflugerville Police Department but over time realized she didn't want to sit
St. David’s Georgetown Hospital named Louis Soto-Chavez, a medical-surgical nurse, 2017 Caregiver of the Year. This award recognizes employees who demonstrate St. David’s HealthCare’s core values in their interactions with patients, visitors, physicians and fellow staff members.
Soto-Chavez was selected because of his willingness to provide
Georgetown Jewelry gems are not just under glass
On June 3, 2013 Ricky Poe and his wife Cyndee opened Georgetown Jewelry after searching for the perfect place to build a business. While they are experts in the business and try hard to provide good quality with
Georgetown’s rapid growth means that our city street network continues to expand. The city’s road network currently has 704 lanes miles of city streets, which is three times larger than it was 25 years ago. This growth puts more demand on our budget for street
City of Georgetown residents are encouraged to recycle Christmas trees, boxes, and wrapping paper to reduce material going to the landfill. If you recycle your tree, please remove the tree stand and any garland, ornaments, or lights. Artificial trees cannot be recycled.
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