The City of Taylor has announced that it has lifted its boil water notice as of 11:30 a.m. on Friday, February 26.
Several Central Texas cities have issued a boil water notice after power outages caused issues at distribution plants.
This article will continue to be updated as more schools making decisions based upon the weather.
Two brothers have been charged following an investigation into the kidnapping of one of their ex-girlfriends. One of the brothers has been arrested but police are still looking for the other one.
All five streets are expected to be completed by next summer.
This week, Williamson County reported 337 new cases in one day which breaks the record of 208 cases set back in July.
Testing will be conducted from November 16-20 at the Williamson County Expo Center starting at 9 a.m.
City officials in Taylor have announced that the Christmas Parade, Wine Swirl, and Christmas Fair events which are held annually during the holiday season will be canceled this year due to ongoing concerns regarding the COVID-19 pandemic.
Taylor High School teacher Blanca Fransua Claudio Laracuente has been arrested for having a sexual relationship with a 16-year-old male student.
The injured resident was treated for smoke inhalation and transferred to Ascension Seton Williamson County Hospital.
A person in Taylor has claimed a $2 million Powerball prize for the drawing on May 13. That person has elected to remain anonymous.
The city of Taylor is looking to reopen closed facilities after a meeting with the county health district about how the number of new cases a day has decreased since the summer.
The cause of a house fire that killed two adults and a dog in Taylor remains under investigation.
The City of Taylor Animal Shelter says that an irrigation company working in Murphy Park called them Wednesday about a beaver they found stuck in a drainage hole.
Volleyball is always the first sport to kick off the UIL fall season.
Taylor's Main Street Car Show, the largest public event in the City, is traditionally held in historic downtown Taylor on the last Saturday of October.
COVID-19 tests at these locations are available for all Texans, whether they are Williamson County residents or not, says the county.
Georgetown, Hutto, Taylor, Cedar Park, and Round Rock have all passed a similar mask ordinance.
Mayor Brandt Rydell will issue an executive order canceling several upcoming events in the city, including the planned Independence Day vehicle parade and fireworks display.
It’s not just public facilities impacted. After talking with county health leaders, the city has changed the way they celebrate upcoming holidays.