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Update, Saturday, 4:30 p.m. The Stroll festival will be closing at 5 p.m. today due to the continuing rain this afternoon and evening, according to the DGA. Update, Saturday, 1 p.m. The vendors booths and food court at the Stroll are open. Live performances will be on the Whoo-Village stage

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Blue Santa’s elves are busy working to provide toys to children in need in Georgetown. Like they do every year, Blue Santa and his elves need your help. A program of the Georgetown Police Department, Blue Santa provides toys to more than 1,500 children in Georgetown during its annual toy

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Carol Light’s contributions to arts and culture in Georgetown were recognized earlier this month in a proclamation at a City Council meeting that acknowledged her career and lifetime of service to the arts. Mayor Dale Ross remarked on Light’s contribution as an artist at the meeting. “Carol Light is a

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ArchivedCity HallEconomic Development

The sale of a 154-megawatt photovoltaic solar project to NRG Energy last week moves the City of Georgetown electric utility a step closer to a 100 percent renewable energy supply. The PV solar electricity plant near Fort Stockton will supply energy to Georgetown through a 25-year purchased-power agreement that starts

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A limited-edition collectible brass Christmas ornament featuring the P.H. Dimmitt and Co. Building at 801 S. Main Street is now on sale. The 10th annual ornament sale is a project of the Georgetown Main Street Program. Only 400 of the ornaments are available. Ornaments may be purchased at the Visitors

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A safe way to dispose of unwanted or expired medications is now available in Georgetown on a year-round basis. A secure medications collection box is located in the lobby of the Public Safety Operations and Training Center at 3500 DB Wood Road. Lobby hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.,

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The City of Georgetown is recruiting highly-qualified and dedicated individuals to serve as volunteers on one of Georgetown’s advisory boards or commissions.  The City Council depends on citizen board members to assist in evaluating local issues to enrich and promote the community. The deadline to apply for a volunteer position

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ArchivedCity HallEconomic Development

After a year in business, Georgetown’s first brewery can’t keep up with demand and is set for a major expansion. Rentsch Brewery at 2500 NE Inner Loop is planning to triple its building footprint and increase production by ten-fold. In addition, the craft brewery plans to add an outdoor beer

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Organizers of a community-wide dinner on Thanksgiving Day are seeking volunteers and monetary donations. Community Thanksgiving will take place from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Thursday, November 24. Event organizers plan to serve a traditional Thanksgiving meal, free of charge, to 500 people. The Community Thanksgiving will be served

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The ninth annual Art Hop is a statewide arts competition sponsored by the Georgetown Art Center. Works in the exhibition, including prints, drawings, paintings, sculptures, and photographs, are on display from September 30 through October 29 at the Georgetown Art Center and Georgetown Public Library. “The Art Hop is a

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