Bill Gravell took the final oath at the historic courthouse January 1, sworn by Texas Supreme Court Chief Justice Nathan Hecht and surrounded by family and grandchildren. Having won their respective races, other officials sworn in were Judge KT Musselman (JP1), Judge Ed Edna Staudt
Recycling Christmas trees and boxes
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
The Georgetown Eagle Baseball Team went 19-0 in regular season play and are beginning tournament play for another trip to the UIL State Championship. Despite having a grueling schedule, late night games or Saturday afternoon trips or double headers, all three teams came out
Notwithstanding a highly divisive primary season, Georgetown and Williamson County played host to senior statesmen and VIPs on several occasions in 2018 to generate support for the Republican ticket in the mid-term general election. It even looks like President Trump's October visit to Texas was
New for 2019 • What Jarrell's Got
On January 8, Jarrell's first animal hospital celebrated its grand opening and officially opened its doors to help animals and their humans locally.
Jarrell Animal Hospital is the newest, and only, local vet between Salado and Georgetown. They provide services
I am not going to say I'm old. I don't feel emotionally "old" and I have friends, born before me, who would be annoyed to think they must be even more "old."
I am certain, however, that I'm over the hill and entering the domino years.
by Mike Payne
It has well been observed for centuries that when new leadership emerges, noticeable change inevitably follows. As noted in John Heywood’s 1546 proverb collection, “A new broom sweeps clean.” Accordingly, the recent election of County Judge Bill Gravell should usher in a new
January 10, 2019 is the 15th 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
It has been an amazing year in Georgetown. Looking back on 2018, there are so many good stories to celebrate. Here are my picks for the Top-10 stories of 2018.
10. South’s Best Lists
Georgetown was honored this year to be named No. 1 on The South’s
Art for Georgetown's Sake
Texas Bach Festival
On the heels of major musical success in 2017, the Texas Bach Festival (TBF) expanded in 2018; providing more opportunities for Georgetown and all of Central Texas to experience one of the world’s most celebrated composers. Founder and Conductor Barry