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National Night Out

This is a Great Way to get out and meet your neighbors and help reduce crime in your neighborhood......... National Night Out is a great opportunity for citizens and law enforcement to partner up against crime. We invite you to attend the event, meet your neighbors and commit to helping law enforcement reduce crime in your community. This ...

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Haunted Austin

Haunted Austin Posted on October 5, 2015 by Guest Blogger If you’re looking for a good ghost story, not only does Austin have some ghoulish ones to tell, the city is also full of festive ways to celebrate Halloween. Many of Austin’s paranormal experiences are not limited to All Hallows’ Eve, but can be enjoyed any time ...

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Things to do in Austin September 2015

Kids are back in school but there are still many things to do in September in this great city Austin Texas.   Here are a few of our favorite events going on this September in Austin: Event Location / Time Website Date Out of Bounds Comedy Festival Venues and times vary www.outofboundscomedy.com Sept 1 - 7 Slipknot Austin 360 Amphitheate ...

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  • Another No. 1 for Austin: Texas capital's home values grew faster than anywhere else over past decade 07 Dec 2016 13:59:28 +0000

    In the last decade, half of America has struggled with languid home values, while the other half of the country has seen rapidly rising prices. The national leader in the latter category was Austin, where the value of a typical home soared by 64.9 percent between Sept. 30, 2006, and Sept. 30, 2016. Home prices have been on the rise with impressive vigor across much of the South as well as in pockets of the West and the industrial Northeast. But values are more depressed today than they were a decade…

  • Year in review: Obama's SXSW visit, hotel sale top ABJ's March stories 07 Dec 2016 13:47:45 +0000

    Real estate transactions and technological innovation are two constants in Austin's business world. That was apparent in March, as the annual South By Southwest festival descended on the Texas capital. To help readers recap some of the highlights of the year, Austin Business Journal is looking back at the top stories of 2016, month by month — and recapping what has happened since the stories were published. Here are the big ones from March: • Here's how Austin envisions its transportation network…

  • With $4.6B exported to Belgium last year, Texas looks to build on trade ties with European country 07 Dec 2016 13:42:31 +0000

    If you're a Texas business looking to expand into the southern half of Belgium, I have good news: The Texas Economic Development Corp. has signed a memorandum of understanding with economic development officials in the Belgian province of Wallonia. A princess was involved. The agreement was signed Tuesday as part of a seven-day economic trade mission undertaken in part by Belgium's Princess Astrid, sister of Belgium's reigning monarch King Philippe. The agreement allows the Texas Economic Development…

  • Here's what a Trump presidency means for the economy 07 Dec 2016 06:00:00 +0000

    The upset presidential election victory of Donald J. Trump and the Republican hold of the House of Representatives and the Senate signal major changes ahead in both the federal government’s approach to growth and the Federal Reserve’s approach to monetary policy. Most evident will be a return of supply-side tax cuts, large operating fiscal deficits, and a move back toward more traditional monetary policies that, over time, should lead to higher short and long-term interest rates. Below we outline…

  • HEB Grocery gets accreditation to expand pharmacy services across Texas 06 Dec 2016 21:56:51 +0000

    San Antonio-based HEB Grocery Co. has received the green light from two accreditation commissions that could significantly impact its pharmacy business across Texas. The Utilization Review Accreditation Commission and the Accreditation Commission for Health Care have awarded a specialty pharmacy accreditation to HEB. As a result, the company’s more than 260 stores across the Lone Star State can now provide more specialized clinical services to patients with more complex and chronic illnesses. In…

  • Christi Craddick elected as Texas Railroad Commission chair 06 Dec 2016 21:50:14 +0000

    Christi Craddick was unanimously elected as chair of the Railroad Commission of Texas, the state agency that regulates the oil and gas industry. During the Railroad Commission's Tuesday morning meeting in Austin, commissioners David Porter and Ryan Sitton elected Craddick as chair. Craddick, a Midland native, will succeed outgoing chairman David Porter, who did not seek re-election in 2016. Her father Tom Craddick once served as Texas Speaker of the House. “We are in a pivotal time for enormous…

  • Report: Austin a top destination for tech companies, jobs (and real estate rates prove it) 06 Dec 2016 21:02:44 +0000

    Austin's reputation as a high-tech jobs machine remains strong, a new study has found. The number of high-tech jobs in the area grew 33 percent from 2013 to 2015, according to the Tech-Thirty report by CBRE Group Inc. Only San Francisco and Phoenix grew faster in the United States or Canada. However, the momentum behind high-tech job growth in the Texas capital could be slowing. Austin's 33.3 percent growth for the past three years is relatively unchanged from the 33.4 percent growth noted in CBRE's…

  • Real Estate Council of Austin names 2016 award winners 06 Dec 2016 20:55:58 +0000

    The Real Estate Council of Austin will honor Travis County Commissioner Gerald Daugherty with its top annual award — the 2016 Gary S. Farmer Commendation of Excellence. He’ll be feted at RECA’s awards lunch Dec. 14. Click on the photo to see more about Daugherty and the other winners. “Gerald has fought tirelessly to curb county spending and improve the region’s transportation infrastructure,” said RECA Board Chair Brian Cassidy. RECA represents mostly commercial real estate professionals…

  • Austin attorney named Texas Secretary of State 06 Dec 2016 18:39:05 +0000

    An Austin attorney who is also CEO of a renewable energy company has been named the top elections official in Texas as well as the lead state official on relations with Mexico and other foreign nations. In a surprise Monday afternoon announcement, Gov. Greg Abbott appointed Rolando Pablos to the position as the 111th Texas Secretary of State. He succeeds Carlos Cascos, whose last day will be Jan. 4. Pablos currently chairs the Texas Racing Commission but will vacate the seat once he starts his…

  • Year in review: Yeti's real estate plans, STR ban among ABJ's top February stories 06 Dec 2016 13:59:39 +0000

    While housing affordability and traffic remain big threats to Austin's continued prosperity and allure, some worry that city regulations could hamper the city's business climate. That topic grabbed headlines in February, so to help readers recap some of the highlights of the year, Austin Business Journal is looking back at the top stories of 2016, month by month — and recapping what has happened since the stories were published. • Austin City Council bans Type 2 short-term rentals: The decision…

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