The first-ever Williamson County Fair and Rodeo opens its gates to guests Oct. 21 with live music, carnival rides, food vendors, rodeo events and more. (Courtesy Pexels)
Note: The following stories were published between Oct. 20-21.
Retail orders will soon be delivered on the lawns of Frisco residents by air.
This is the third location of the New York-based chain to open in Texas. It is locally-owned by Round Rock native T.J. Mahoney.
The first-ever Williamson County Fair and Rodeo opened its gates this week to festivalgoers and livestock enthusiasts—nearly two years after Williamson County officials partnered with a local fair association to fund the event.
Kyle City Council approved a memorandum of understanding with Central Southwest Texas Development, LLC for Phase 2 of the Kyle Crossing development project during a regular meeting on Oct. 19. The project has had multiple developers drop out of the project over the past two years, but officials have finally come to an agreement over the two plots of land.
The contest, which was hosted by Niagara Bottling in partnership with the National Recreation and Park Association, will provide the park with a renovation worth $90,000.
Matt Payne, Brooke Sjoberg, Iain Oldman, Zara Flores and Lauren Canterberry contributed to this report.