Georgetown's Water Conservation Team is looking to bring awareness to sustainable watering resources with its first annual Painted Rain Barrel Project.
The funding is for events in Georgetown taking place between Oct. 1, 2022, and March 31, 2023.
Back to school is just around the corner, and Del Valle is the first district in the area to kick off classes, on Tuesday, August 9.
Fire crews spent the day attacking hotspots that remained within the 451 acre scare. Monday afternoon, Walter Flocke with the Texas A&M Forest Service said the fire was 90% contained.
CapMetro is partnering with H-E-B and For the Children for the back-to-school supplies drive on Saturday July 23 and Saturday July 30 at four H-E-B locations.
Trucks and Tunes will be held from 4-7 p.m. and is a free and open to the public.
Traffic is being diverted through subdivisions and shopping centers. Residents are being asked to avoid the area and to seek alternate routes, if possible.
Asha Lynn Cross, 14, and Emilee Solomon, 14, both went missing on June 29. On Tuesday, the girls were found and a man was arrested.
Officials are restricting watering with an irrigation system or hose-end sprinkler effective June 28 due to sustained high water use nearing system treatment capacity.
On July 2, Austin Pets Alive, the Austin Animal Center, Williamson County Regional Animal Shelter, and Georgetown Animal Shelter will host an adoption event.
Have you seen her? Georgetown police are searching for missing 15-year-old Samarh "Sam" Power.
The shelter has been closed since June 19 due to staffing shortages and it had anticipated reopening on June 21 but says it now expects to reopen on June 23.
Sculptures will be installed in October and will be on display until October 2023. All sculptors with works selected to be in the tour will be awarded a cash prize.
The shelter anticipates returning to its normal schedule on Tuesday, June 21.
The program is a collaboration between Rural Capital Area employers, the Georgetown Chamber of Commerce and Georgetown ISD to provide middle and high school educators’ professional development opportunities to enrich the classroom to career connections made for students.
Georgetown police are searching for 15-year-old Payton Jacobson who was last seen in northwest Austin on May 8.
Some of your favorite swimming spots might even be closed this summer because of the lack of lifeguards.
Over 40 barbecue vendors from all over Texas make up the Troubadour Festival, a first-of-its-kind event in Georgetown.
The renovated community garden features 25 in-ground garden beds, 48 raised beds, and eight ADA-accessible beds, which are open for gardeners to begin planting flowers, vegetables, and fruit.
Interim Police Chief Cory Tchida was one of three finalists from the more than 50 applicants who applied for the position from across the country.