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The City of Round Rock on Saturday hosted centennial events commemorating the city’s first 100 years. The event included music, performances, a car show, vendors, a 100-yard “centennial” dash and more. Pictured: Lora and Jay Weber with Maggie Moo’s provided cool treats in period costume.(Elaine Prout for the Leader)

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City takes input on proposed railroad quiet zones

By FAUZEYA RAHMAN

Special to the Leader

The familiar sound of a train horn might soon be nothing more than a memory for various areas in Round Rock. City officials held an open house on Aug. 22 to discuss railroad quiet zones, where trains will not be allowed to blow horns while passing designated areas except in cases of emergency.


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