In 2020, Humble officials will explore future initiatives to revitalize downtown Humble and encourage more retail and restaurant growth.
With the oil and gas industry slow to recover and an expected surge in low- and moderate-wage jobs on the horizon, local experts are forecasting a shortage of affordable housing in the Greater Houston area.
The event saw representatives from the city of Conroe, Montgomery County, the Texas Legislature and more.
Here are the most-clicked upon news stories by readers in the Lake Houston, Humble and Kingwood areas throughout 2019:
Humble ISD is moving forward with its project to relocate Quest Early College High School from its current space within Humble High School to the district's career and technical education building.
Kingwood High School, which received about 6 feet of water during Hurricane Harvey, has been granted $25.4 million to pursue adding flood barriers to the campus to protect it from future flood events.
As housing costs continue to rise in the Greater Houston area and land availability becomes scarce, experts say more residents and developments are turning to apartments—and they will increasingly do so for the foreseeable future.
The 104-room hotel will offer complimentary breakfast, washers, dryers and airport shuttles to George Bush Intercontinental Airport as well as a business center and a 24-hour fitness center.
To combat flooding in the region, officials are studying drainage systems in the Kingwood area using the new Atlas 14 data as a reference.
The cattery was BARC's most recent step toward expanding its shelter space.
The salon will open in early 2020 in the incoming commercial development
The Harris County Common School District 50 was compiled into Humble ISD by the Texas legislature in February 1919.
H-E-B Market at Northpark will open Nov. 13 in the Kingwood Place development.
With parts of Harris County being targeted for home buyouts by the Harris County Flood Control District, these spaces once occupied by flood-prone homes now offer opportunity for more flood-prevention projects.
The Royalton at Kingwood, a high-end multifamily development from Dallas-based firm SWBC Real Estate, will …
Luxury apartment complex 255 Assay is preleasing and will open in December at 255 Assay St., Houston. The …
The city of Houston, the North Harris County Regional Water Authority and other area water agencies are continuing to expand the Northeast Water Purification Plant, the city’s major surface water treatment project.
The Sarah at Lake Houston, a luxury apartment complex from Dallas-based GenCap Partners, Inc., will debut in …
Fountainwood at Lake Houston will open in summer 2020 at 17990 W. Lake Houston Parkway, Atascocita. The $45 …
Editor's note: This story has been updated to clarify the difference between Texas Central's Sept. 13 announcement about a design-build contract with Salini Impregilo and an October 2018 announcement about a limited-notice-to-proceed agreement with Salini Impregilo.
The East Montgomery County Improvement District received a $1.5 million grant from the U.S. Economic Development Administration to construct a new office building in the 500-acre East Montgomery County Industrial Park.
A proposal to revise Montgomery County's Drainage Criteria Manual was deferred at the Aug. 27 Commissioners Court meeting after drawing criticism during a public hearing on the item.
A longtime employee of the city of Humble was appointed to be the new public works director at the Humble City Council meeting Aug. 8. Council members unanimously voted to appoint Assistant Director of Public Works Mark Arnold to replace former Public Works Director Barry Brock, who recently retired.
As city and county officials work to mitigate drainage issues in Kingwood, more than 100 area residents are pursuing legal action against a developer that allegedly exacerbated the damages their homes sustained during a heavy rain event in May.
Editor's note: This story is Part 1 of a three-part series looking at how Hurricane Harvey continues to affect the Kingwood area two years after the storm.