The Kerrville City Council will consider Tuesday during a special meeting providing homebuilder Lennar 33 acres of city-owned property to approximately 125 affordable homes along Texas Loop 534.
By Melissa Federspill at the Uvalde Leader-News, October 19, 2020 Every other Saturday morning, locals with a fondness for fresh, farm-to-table goods can make their way over to 310 Pearsall Road to visit the Cottle Farmstead market, where there’s a bounty of organic produce and fresh-baked goods on display. Cottle Farmstead is the made-with-love project […]
After a summer of declining unemployment rates following Gov. Greg Abbott's widespread business reopenings during the pandemic, the state's unemployment rate jumped to 8.3% in September.
Full reform of the state funding system for special education is necessary, but given the current “financial and societal climate” alternatives to that overall goal may be necessary.
Community Health Development Inc. has received a $46,479 grant from the Community Foundation of the Texas Hill Country’s pandemic response fund, “Hill Country Strong.”
Kayte Graham, who runs the market, has been keeping the popular market alive through curbside pickup service at Pint and Plow during the coronavirus pandemic, but earlier this week, she happily announced that the open-air market would return on Oct. 2 at the Schreiner Mansion on Water Street, near the Butt-Holdsworth Memorial Library.
Looking to buy a new home? Mortgage interest rates have hit all-time lows during the pandemic’s economic downturn. The same cannot be said of home prices, which are going nowhere but up. That could all change next year when the eviction moratorium is lifted, but for now, it’s a seller’s market.
U.S. citizens who have undocumented family members were barred from receiving stimulus checks earlier this year. They're hoping that Congress doesn't leave them out again.
The Hill Country Post Community Store is now open! 🛍️ Dismiss