Matiullah Noori and his 29 family members are living in a South Austin apartment complex after fleeing Afghanistan last year. The refugee works night shifts so he can take his siblings to school, attend remote classes at Austin Community…
When it was announced early last year that the long-running post office on Speedway would be closing, concerns — and gossip — began swirling through the neighborhood. Now, new details are coming out about the building's future.
If you think of the number of new home groundbreakings and the number of new homes finished and sold as trains traveling on two parallel tracks, historically they've kept pace. That's no longer the case.
The AISD board of trustees will decide whether to include a bond on the November ballot. Members will also finalize which projects are included in the bond package. Voters overwhelmingly approved Austin ISD’s last bond in 2017.
A developer that owns multiple properties on East Sixth Street wants to revitalize the area and turn a handful of spots into music venues, including the former Easy Tiger restaurant and Buffalo Billiards.