The CDC has eased mask-wearing guidance for the fully vaccinated, allowing them to stop wearing masks outdoors in crowds and in most indoor settings.
The city of Georgetown is no longer requiring face coverings to be worn in city facilities and all public meetings will return to in-person.
The new water and wastewater rates for the City of Georgetown went into effect on January 1.
Two 17-year-olds charged with killing 16-year-old Daniel Aguillón are back in the community having been detained for 13 days.
The Georgetown Fire Department says it's hiring but it has noticed a lack of interest as it looks for paramedics to join the team.
The City is hosting a live music event on May 20 to offer residents a chance to learn more about the new proposed City Center public space.
So far this week State Farm says it has received about 3,000 storm damage claims. Most are from Central Texas counties.
The US Attorney's office says federal authorities arrested 21 individuals on April 8 and the other 14 were already in custody.
Some homebound seniors in Williamson County are getting their COVID-19 vaccinations thanks to some Texas National Guardsman.
The animal shelter is aiming to help more pets return to their homes before they even make it to the shelter by participating in this challenge.
Just a quick look around Georgetown Square showed it was packed with shoppers and visitors on Friday afternoon.
The guidelines state that face coverings are still required in city facilities.
According to the mayor, ERCOT billed Georgetown $44.8 million for energy used during the storms, more than the city spends a year on electricity.
School districts in Travis, Williamson, and Hays counties are choosing to keep their mask policies in place even after the statewide mandate is lifted.
As a result, Georgetown electric customers will see no difference in their electric rates, despite the high energy costs from the storm.
Top ranked Cedar Park took on fifth ranked Georgetown for the third time this season.
Police are asking the public for help in locating 47-year-old Julie Hall who was last seen at her apartment in Georgetown on Friday, February 19.
The husband of a Georgetown woman who has been missing for over a week has been arrested in connection with her disappearance.
Other debris, such as sheetrock or flooring or material should not be included with limbs.
Anyone with information about Julie and/or her whereabouts is asked to call the Georgetown Police Department Tip Line at 512-930-2746.