CEDAR PARK, TX — Communities in and around Austin are able to enjoy virtual programming offered by Austin Pets Alive! all from the comfort and safety of home, and continuing supporting the import work to help save vulnerable animals of Central Texas. Amid the pandemic, families can access fun downloadable […]

AUSTIN, TX — The City of Austin Economic Development Department and the U.S. Small Business Administration San Antonio District Office on Friday announced an upcoming, free virtual workshop on federal financial resources for businesses, non-profits, and self-employed individuals impacted by thecoronavirus pandemic. Topics will include recent revisions to the Paycheck […]

By Mary Barinka Community Autism Resource Specialist Hormel Historic Home In April we celebrate Autism Acceptance/Awareness month!  (As guest columnist this week I want to add Appreciation to the alliteration.)  Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a neurological developmental condition impacting one’s processing of social interactions, communication and sensory information. Since […]

AUSTIN (KXAN) — The Austin Parks and Recreation Department’s Aquatic Division is in search of up to 650 lifeguards for the upcoming summer season. Division leaders said, under normal circumstances, some positions would already be filled since training is typically in November. Because of the pandemic and the restrictions, however, […]

UT Austin launches program to make COVID-19 testing more accessible UT rolled out mobile testing sites to areas where off-campus housing is most prevalent. AUSTIN, Texas – Through mobile testing units, the University of Texas at Austin has a goal of making testing more accessible for students who are remote […]

“How funny would it be if I actually found the love of my life during a pandemic,” she asked jokingly. “I’m looking for that soulmate stuff—that thing where that something inside you recognizes that something inside them.” Sharna also revealed why it’s been so important for her to maintain some […]

Eliminate the risk of a beer can turkey disaster. Fresa’s Considering food and football are already sacred in Texas, it follows that Austin is bound to come through for everyone’s favorite holiday of overindulgent eating and game-watching. But plans for loafing away Thanksgiving day can often run up against […]