by Mike Payne
Politics in Williamson County went pretty much as expected in recent elections. Republicans held on almost everywhere, despite increasing efforts by Democrats to change the landscape. Much adulation and roaring came from the Left about the “closing gap” that they said should be
Judge Bill Gravell, Republican nominee for County Judge, recently traveled to New York City to secure loan funding after purchasing 452 acres of land for economic development for Williamson County in Hutto. The combined current lending environment and Hutto's A+ rating means funding is available
Ever imagined being locked in a room and challenged to break out using nothing but your skills and brainpower? Well, the owners of Georgetown's newest immersive entertainment invite you to round up your family and friends, put down the phones, and find out if you've
City, nonprofits celebrate
In May, the City of Georgetown, The Williamson Museum, and Preservation Georgetown will host a series of Preservation Month events in Georgetown to celebrate Preservation Month.
May 5: Plein Air Painting with Preservation Georgetown at Grace Heritage Center, 817 S. Main
The Institute of Museum and Library Services announced the Georgetown Public Library is one of 10 recipients of the 2018 National Medal for Museum and Library Service, the nation’s highest honor given to museums and libraries that make significant and exceptional contributions to their communities.
Georgetown ISD held the first of what they hope will be many Community Based Accountability Summits intended to give parents an opportunity to provide feedback on the measures they believe are important indicators of student success. About 30 participants gathered in the Innovation Center of
The City of Georgetown recognized and celebrated National Emergency Telecommunications Awareness Week with a proclamation and a special lifesaving award. Mayor Dale Ross acknowledged the compassion and professionalism demonstrated by operators who function as a vital link to firefighters, rescue and law enforcement personnel to
[caption id="attachment_3310" align="alignleft" width="300"] Navy JrROTC C/LCDR Emily Daniel will be an aviation technical in advanced electronics, likely traveling with a carrier group because, "She just wants to serve her country."[/caption]
Georgetown High School recognized and honored 11 juniors and seniors who have committed to military
Faith in Action filled the church at First Baptist of Georgetown for their 17th Annual Benefit Concert April 19. The "Call to Service in God's Vineyard" included 15 churches and raised money to help seniors maintain independence and quality of life.
The program included 11 choirs
For the third time April 17, Williamson County Commissioners Court conducted a public hearing to discuss the possibility and need to participate in the Texas Housing Foundation, a regional housing authority. Its mission, born out of Housing Authority Law 392 and due to a shortage,