Candidate for Mayor Josh Schroeder says he has talked to many people in the community about road needs; "I've come to believe our most pressing road needs are (1) Shell Road; (2) projects in Southeast Georgetown; and (3) alternate routes to relieve congestion on Williams
The Williamson Museum announced the resignation of Executive Director, Mickie Ross last month. Ross served the museum in a variety of roles since 2000, from board member to volunteer and staff member.
“I am very proud of the work the museum has done to play such
Shawn F. Hood is a candidate for City Council, District 2. He echoes what others are thinking about Road Bonds and is pleased to note that the City is also taking a step back from planning on the downtown garage. "It is a positive move
• As of October 2019 there are over 343,000 registered voters in the county.
• There are 94 voter precincts.
• There are 24 elected officials at the county level, 100 at the city level and 110 within the school districts.
• In addition to conducting county
Mayor Mary Condon has been serving Florence, without pay, for the past 25 years, and is running for her final term in 2020. With 12 years on city council, and 13 as mayor, her list of accomplishments is long. In this campaign, she looks forward
by Rich Lowry
Bernie Sanders may be on the verge of gaining an insurmountable lead in the Democratic nomination fight, but he's not letting that get in the way of his socialist principles.
Asked in a "60 Minutes" interview about old statements praising Fidel Castro's supposed achievements
Dr. Keith Roach
DEAR DR. ROACH: I know drinking a bottle of wine isn't good for me, but is it really that bad? I'm a 74-year-old female in excellent health who stays active and enjoys relaxing with wine—before, during and after dinner. I seriously want to
It's not just the former Presidential candidate. I’m paraphrasing here, but a lot of urban people think rural people just don’t get it. I wonder if they have any sense of history, or reality. First of all, it’s the people “out in the country” who
"Republican leadership and conservative principles have made our community a great place to call home"
(Round Rock, TX) - John Carter, Republican nominee for Texas’ 31st Congressional District, released the following statement after primary Election Day:
“I’m honored to be the Republican nominee for Texas’ 31st Congressional
The mission of the Central Texas Philharmonic is to provide accessible and varied quality musical and educational experiences focused on enriching the quality of life in Central Texas.
On February 24, they did that and more at a very special concert at the Klett Center. Even