A class helping those with Parkinson’s disease connect with one another and improve their overall quality of life is marking its one-year anniversary and those who are participating say it’s been life-changing.
Owners of a new restaurant in Woodway are hoping their unique menu, complete with traditional steakhouse favorites, wines from around the world and fresh seafood flown in weekly from Hawaii, will not hit the spot for diners but also provide a place for community.
A local neighborhood elementary school which was dedicated November 11, 1952, is marking its 70th birthday Friday by bringing together current students, staff and family with alumni from the past seven decades.
A local nonprofit chosen as a TFNB Your Bank for Life Charity Champion in 2022 has a mission to end homelessness in the Heart of Texas and has big plans to expand its efforts as they launch a campaign to raise $100,000 this year.
A 4-year-old in Central Texas who gave his mom quite the scare when she couldn’t find him in the backyard where she left him was caught on video going out to the street to give bottles of water to two local garbage disposal employees.
A 2-year-old Central Texas boy who has spent the majority of his life in the hospital after being diagnosed with infant leukemia at 4-months-old rang the bell at McLane Children’s Hospital in Temple signifying the end of chemotherapy treatment and is busy returning to life as a playful toddler.
A University High School senior committed to the University of Texas, but open to a professional career upon graduation, is turning the heads of baseball scouts and attracting the attention of baseball royalty.