Unless the area receives a significant amount of rainfall before June 1st, the City will enter Stage 2 Water Restrictions. Here's what you need to know.
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Lubbock is growing and will continue to grow if we are smart about it.
On this week's edition of The Matt Crow Show, District 1 City Councilman Victor Hernandez spoke with Matt Crow to share his thoughts on some of the major local issues in Lubbock.
Vaccinations are available for children ages 2 months and older and will cost $15 for one dose or $20 for two or more doses. Adult vaccination prices vary.
Council members heard a push from a citizen to allow off-leash hours at a local park, a new truck stop, and an expansion for the City’s three-year-old animal shelter.
The Godbold Center once housed the original St. Mary’s Hospital. It now contains Café J and Chrome.
Precinct delegates and elected officials have started the 2014 Lubbock County Republican Party Convention. The convention is being held at Lubbock's Memorial Civic Center.
Following an invocation by Pastor Jim Robinson, Party Chairman Carl Tepper welcomed delegates and provided an overview of the convention schedule.
Stage 1 drought restrictions are currently in place, which places restrictions on when homes may use their sprinkler systems.
Several road infrastructure projects were approved by Lubbock Metropolitan Planning Organization’s transportation policy committee yesterday during the committee’s regular meeting.
The eight approved projects for the 2015-18 Transportation Improvement Program are: Continuing to rebuild 34th Street, with special attention to the stretch of the road between Quaker and Indiana avenues; Adding landscaping improvements along University Avenue between Marsha Sharp Freeway and Amherst Street; Continuing to rebuild Erskine Street, with between Texas Tech Parkway and Indiana Avenue; Widening a stretch of 98th Street from University Avenue to U