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The city of Taylor will host a virtual town hall meeting Friday, April 3, at 4 p.m. to provide an update on COVID-19. The meeting will stream live on the city’s Facebook page.

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Williamson County is "feverishly" searching for more COVID-19 testing kits and needs at least 1,000 specifically for first responders.

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In a press conference Tuesday afternoon, March 31, Gov. Greg Abbott stated that social distancing is working and "now is not the time to let up, but the time to redouble our efforts."

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In a press conference Tuesday afternoon, March 31, Gov. Greg Abbott stated that social distancing is working and "now is not the time to let up, but the time to redouble our efforts."

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Much of east Williamson County remains without confirmed COVID-19 cases while nearby communities see case and recovery numbers climb.

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WILCO – On Saturday March 28, the Williamson County and Cities Health District (WCCHD) received notification of the first COVID-19 death in Williamson County.

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Essential employees at the government and school level have moved their duties into cyberspace.

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Although there are more cases of COVID-19 reported in Williamson County, none have been confirmed in Taylor. Some residents who were diagnosed with the disease are healthy once more.

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HUTTO – All across Williamson County, cities and towns are feeling the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and Hutto is no exception. On Tuesday, March 24, the city of Hutto laid off 48 city employees.

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It is important to note that an arrest should not be considered as evidence of guilt. The defendants are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

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The Williamson County and Cities Health District (WCCHD) announced several new positive COVID-19 cases this week, bringing the County’s total to 27.  Confirmed cases are in cities either intersecting I-35 or west of the interstate. Cases have not been confirmed in Taylor, Thrall, Granger, Hu…

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On Saturday, a 17-year-old girl was found dead with a gunshot wound to the face at a local hospital in Taylor.

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Williamson County's cases of COVID-19 are now up to 19, and a list of cities with documented cases is now available.

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On Tuesday afternoon, Williamson County Judge Bill Gravell issued a Stay Home, Stay Safe Order for Williamson County. The order went into effect at midnight March 25 and will continue until 11:59 p.m. April 13.

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On March 24, Williamson County issued what is called a Stay Home Stay Safe Order. The announcement was made in conjunction with Travis County and other local leaders.The press release explaining the orders is as follows:In a proactive effort to reduce the number of new COVID-19 cases in Will…

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A Taylor City Council position and charter amendments slated for a May election have been moved to the November ballot, which might be the same fate for Taylor ISD.

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While classrooms remain dark, lessons and meals will continue for some local students.

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As of Saturday, March 20, nine people currently in Williamson County have been diagnosed with COVID-19

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On Tuesday, March 17, Governor Greg Abbott alerted the Texas National Guard to be prepared to assist with response efforts for COVID-19.

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The concern of COVID-19 has caused many places to close their doors momentarily, but Shepherd's Heart Food Pantry is not one of them.

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