The City of Georgetown recently took steps to address changes in the electric power market. Those changes will affect your electric bill if the City of Georgetown provides your electricity. I’d like to provide you some information about changes to your bill, provide some background
District 7 Councilman Tommy Gonzalez is campaigning to retain his seat on the Georgetown City Council. He is eager to continue his focus on providing the highest level of public safety, world-class parks and trails systems, and ensuring quality city services while maintaining a low
Congressman John Carter shared the honor of The Red Poppy Capital of Texas in the very place our source flowers grow. As a guest in Flanders, Belgium at the centennial celebration of the end of The Great War, the Congressman placed three ceramic poppies, donated
Elizabeth McFarland, community leader, attorney, volunteer and Veteran, announced her candidacy in the Georgetown City Elections for Georgetown ISD Board of Trustees.
McFarland says, “With Scott Alarcon’s decision to move on and serve our community in other ways, I am eager and excited about the prospect
Williamson County Juvenile Services held a special ceremony during their January board meeting. Director Scott Matthew recognized retiring Director of Facilities Allan Bijou, who spent the entirety of his 32-year career with the county in service to the Juvenile Center. With family, friends and colleagues
At noon on January 8, 2019, the 86th Texas Legislature took the oath of office. I am honored to have been chosen to represent you. We will only have 140 days to pass bills, so covering everything important to you requires focus and a great
I find the continued and increasing lack of knowledge and information in social media circles completely infuriating.
Happily, the universe has tapped into its own great tendency for irony for Nick Sandmann, the kid from Covington who received death threats and vilification for the out-of-context video
“Enough research will tend to support your conclusions.” This thought from the author of The Complete Murphy’s Law, Arthur Bloch, could be applied current controversy concerning Georgetown Utility System’s green energy program. After reviewing the recent coverage by local media, there is certainly no shortage
Georgetown Film Maker Achieving a Lifelong Dream (by giving us nightmares!)
JJ Perez has been watching scary movies since he was a little boy and just recently released his very own horror film; written, filmed and premiered right here in Georgetown. He is completely self-taught and,
Brookshire Brothers opened their newest store along the busy I-35 corridor in Jarrell in November. Company CEO John Alston said, “We are continually looking for opportunities that make sense strategically for our company. The phenomenal growth in the Williamson County area and the visionary leadership