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.
Park facilities will continue to be closed until the county sees a 14-day decline in cases, as recommended by the WCCHD.
"Walking is a great way to get the dogs out of their kennels and to work on socializing," says the shelter.
The crash happened at around 5:45 a.m. on Monday, June 1 in the 300 block of Carlos Parker Boulevard SW in Taylor.
Alligators are a protected species in Texas and according to Texas Parks & Wildlife, the spring is their mating season.
The park closures will begin Thursday night and run until Monday morning. Parks will have signs prohibiting anyone from using the area.
The city says the closures will help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
The deceased was later identified as 17-year-old Jade Erwin of Elgin, Texas.
The suspect said the resident needed to withdraw cash and meet them with the money, their bank card, and their driver's license at a location in Austin.
he ceremony will take place on Wednesday, January 15 at 4 p.m. The public can meet at the site location in Fannie Robinson Park at 260 S. Dolan Street.
A man inside of the suspicious vehicle was arrested for outstanding warrants. Police believe another suspect was involved and has not been identified.