Taylor City Council votes in favor of new special events policy amid holiday parade controversy
The City of Taylor found itself in the middle of a controversy when LGBTQ+ supporters were excluded from last year's annual parade.
Williamson County, state officials sign major computer chip relocation deal
South Korea officially opened a new business incubator in downtown Austin on the heels of deals signed by Texas and Williamson County with a South Korean government nonprofit that aims to help Korean business expand globally.
Elderly Taylor couple receives new roof thanks to veterans assistance program
A little more than 400 veterans have been helped by the program which began in 2016.
Missing Taylor man found dead in Lampasas River
Belton police confirmed the man, who matched the description of a missing person from Taylor, was dead. A positive ID is pending.
Marshals arrest suspect in Taylor deadly shooting
Esmeralda Alderete was wanted for a Dec. 12 shooting in the 1400 block of Jones Street where a man was later pronounced dead.
Pflugerville man dead, 2 injured in wreck in Taylor
Taylor police are investigating a wreck that left a Pflugerville man dead and two people injured on Saturday night. Investigators say there were open bottles of alcohol in both vehicles.
Critics claim proposed Taylor event guideline is 'War on Christmas'
While the majority of people in public comment urged the city council to vote no on the proposed guidelines, a couple of people spoke supporting the city.
Nearly $4.24B in bonds on November ballot for Central Texas schools
Nine Central Texas school districts have called bond elections for this November, asking for nearly $4.24 billion for campus improvements, security and technology upgrades and new construction.
1 dead following crash in Taylor
Taylor police are investigating a deadly crash that happened early Thursday morning.
Samsung plant, local growth plans take shape in Taylor
City of Taylor is looking forward to growth with the Samsung plant and new Taylor ISD buildings.
Intoxicated man believed responsible for deadly car crash in Taylor
The Taylor Police Department says 40-year-old John Crayton, Jr. was operating a vehicle while intoxicated and failed to stop at a red traffic control signal.
List of Central Texas school districts' first day of school
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.
Lobby of Justice of the Peace Precinct in Taylor to remain closed due to COVID
The lobby will be closed to the public through Wednesday, July 27 to protect the health and safety of the community.
Taylor residents, businesses can now resume regular water usage
The Brazos River Authority said Wednesday afternoon that a water leak was found at its East Williamson County Water Treatment Plant.
COVID exposure closes lobby of Justice of the Peace Precinct in Taylor
The lobby will be closed to the public through Friday, July 22 to protect the health and safety of the community.
Man charged with arson after he set fire to historic Taylor home owned by civil rights advocate
A Taylor man was charged with arson after setting fire to the historic Taylor home belonging to civil rights advocate and physician Dr. James Lee Dickey.
Fireworks banned in Taylor under zero tolerance city ordinance
City Ordinance 98-19, which has been in effect since 1998, states it is illegal to possess, use, or sell fireworks inside Taylor city limits.
Taylor Tax Office will be closed June 24 through July 4
The Taylor Tax Office will be closed June 24 through July 4 so Taylor staff can assist in staffing the three other Williamson County Tax Office facilities.
Taylor police investigating crash that killed Thrall man
A preliminary investigation revealed a black 2008 Harley-Davidson motorcycle was traveling west when it lost control and the driver was thrown into an intersection.
President Joe Biden thanks Samsung for investing in Texas but names wrong town
The Samsung plant President Biden toured in South Korea is expected to be a model for the company’s new venture in Texas. His high praise came with a slight geographical mistake.