The Advocate sat down for a little Q&A with Mayor Ross this week to find out what more is in store after Georgetown received national attention on several fronts throughout 2016.
How would you characterize your expectations for the coming year?
I think it will be
Governor Greg Abbott cut $1.5 million in criminal justice funding for Travis County after Sheriff Sally Hernandez announced her department would reduce its cooperation with federal immigration authorities.
The Advocate spoke to Williamson County Sheriff Robert Chody to explain a bit about Texas Senate Bill 4,
A civil and environmental engineer with more than 21 years of experience started yesterday as public works director, a new position for the City of Georgetown. Octavio Garza comes to Georgetown from the City of Waco where he had been the public works department director
The Georgetown Chamber of Commerce held its annual awards gala at the Sheraton January 27. The sold-out crowd represented the Who's Who of Georgetown and enjoyed dinner and drinks. The banquet agenda recognizes and awards the efforts of individuals and businesses who have gone above
[caption id="attachment_1472" align="alignleft" width="300"] Paulette Taylor talks about the demolition of the original Carver School.[/caption]
The Georgetown Cultural Citizen Memorial Association hosted tours of the historic Shotgun House Feb. 4-5 to share the history and commemorate the education and culture of the African American community in
The Rotary Club of Georgetown-Sun City along with the Jarrell High School INTERACT Club sponsors a Career Guidance Program throughout the school year. This exposes students to different promising, long term careers where there will likely be jobs waiting for them after the post-high school
[caption id="attachment_1465" align="alignleft" width="1024"] Patriots and their EGA teammates shared the half-time court at the Senior night game Feb 7.[/caption]
While still only 8am, the Patriots are already warmed and wound up for the first of two daily practices. Despite having what they call "not a
The Jarrell ISD Board of Trustees voted unanimously Feb 6 to call a $54 million bond election to be held May 6, 2017.
The bond would allow Jarrell ISD to build the district's second elementary school, along with additions and renovations to Jarrell Middle and High
[caption id="attachment_1458" align="alignleft" width="300"] Chief Justice Nathan Hecht at the Texas House.[/caption]
Chief Justice Nathan Hecht delivered the State of the Judiciary Feb. 1 to a joint session of the Texas legislature.
Williamson County Judges Billy Ray Stubblefield and Bill Gravell were honored to have been invited
[caption id="attachment_1477" align="alignleft" width="1024"] State Representative Terry Wilson celebrated his grandfather's 90th birthday on his swearing in day.[/caption]
Welcome to "Sit-Rep", a series of articles brought to you as part of my promise to always stay in touch with the people of HD20 during the 85th