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
It is every citizen’s right to make assertions about an organization or individual on social and local media when concerned about appropriate governance. Likewise, it is also the right of elected officials to ensure corresponding facts are made public when necessary.
Even when untrue, damage to
Pat Green to Headline at Red Poppy Festival
This year Georgetown celebrates the 20th anniversary of Red Poppy Festival with special Saturday night headliner Texas Country music singer-songwriter Pat Green.
Green began his career at 18 at Texas Tech and went on to release seven studio albums.
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
As Pct. 1 Constable and friend, I support Evelyn McLean for JP3. I write today because of letters I have seen in support of her opponent I find to be factually incorrect. Unfortunately, social media and the press are pretty much the only way voters
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
The Jarrell ISD Board of Trustees voted unanimously Feb 6 to call a $54 million bond election to be held May 6, 2017.
The bond would allow Jarrell ISD to build the district's second elementary school, along with additions and renovations to Jarrell Middle and High
On January 13, the district judges of Williamson County are announced the appointment of Jerri L. Jones as the new County Auditor for Williamson County.
Ms. Jones has more than 20 years of financial experience including payroll, budgeting, accounting, and analyzing cost data for major military
Williamson County Commissioners Court adopted a total tax rate of $0.476529 per $100 of valuation. The adopted tax rate is a half penny decrease from last year’s county tax rate. For the average homestead valued at $253,380, this will be an increase of approximately $7.40