A Blue Birthday
The Georgetown Police Department continues to set the standard in community outreach. Georgetown officers make a consistent effort to support and demonstrate trust with kids and Captain Evelyn McLean volunteered to provide a very special and unique experience for 8-year-old Jack's birthday
Officers and members of four local chambers of commerce met at Cook-Walden Davis in Georgetown March 29 in the second Cross-Town social to help members make new and bigger connections outside their immediate areas.
The event included officers, members and a few elected officials from Jarrell,
Christian Brothers Automotive in Georgetown celebrated one year under new ownership with a customer appreciation party and an official ribbon cutting hosted by the Georgetown Chamber of Commerce to recognize their membership. Owner Keith Guyton, surrounded by family, cut the ribbon and talked about services;
If you’re from Georgetown, then you know probably remember the names Jerry and Coco Honnell. If not, you certainly know their food. The Honells owned “The American Bistro” in Georgetown for years before moving to Round Rock to up their game. And up it, they
Williamson County’s Republican nominee for County Judge is looking forward to walking arm in arm to the ballot box with his fellow nominees in November.
Judge Bill Gravell says, “I am humbled to be the Republican nominee, and I look forward to working and serving in
Congressman John Carter has been serving and leading in Central Texas for more than 35 years. From 1981 to 2002 he was Judge of the 277th District Court and admits, at that time, he had no desire to run for Congress.
On September 11, 2001, he
How long have you lived in Georgetown? What do you love about it?
I have lived in Georgetown 17 years. I love Georgetown's distinctive character and feel, as well as its natural beauty. I love that, despite the growth, Georgetown is still a place
Ben Stewart has been a member of the GISD Board of Trustees since November 2016 when he was appointed to fill the Place 7 seat.
In the five years he’s been a Georgetown resident, Stewart, who has two daughters at Carver Elementary, has taken an active
Marcos Gonzalez is running for the open seat in Place 6 to replace Greg Eady, who is not running for re-election.
Gonzalez and his wife were born and raised in Georgetown. After some time in the Ozarks, they came back, he says, "Because I always knew
Stevie Nicole Jones is running for the GISD Board Place 6 because she wants to bring greater diversity, transparency and equal rights to all students and parents across the district. "I feel strongly about those issues because while I believe we do many things well.