Sheriff Robert Chody understands law enforcement is about more than arrests. Since his election in 2016, he has created and affected many changes to make Williamson a safer and more connected county. He spoke with the Advocate to talk about his “top five” and other
7-11pm • October 12th, 13th, 19th and 20th
Williamson County's scariest and most popular haunted house is ready for visitors beginning Friday, Oct 12. The Williamson County Sheriff's Office begins preparation months in advance to convert the historic—and presumably haunted—County Jail, which housed prisoners from 1889
Williamson County opened the doors to the new North Campus Facility on SE Inner Loop May 25. Home to EMS, Fire Marshal Special Ops, Mobile Outreach, Wireless Communications and the Sheriff's Office vehicle storage and inspection area, this campus provides much needed space for all
Janet Cooke and Rentsch Brewery partnered together for the first annual Rachel Cooke Memorial Run. More than 100 runners gave new meaning to the term "warming up" for the race on as the temperature at the starting line was 18°.
Janet is the mother of Rachel
Students from Liberty Hill ISD provided cuteness overload December 9 at the Williamson County Brown Santa Teddy Bear parade. Over 100 students K-12 brought more than 250 toys they purchased themselves through chores, bringing in quarters and dollars, allowances and gifts.
Pictured above, Santa led the