3:47 PM Dec 2, 2019 CST

New federal funding available for small businesses affected by Hurricane Harvey

Small-business owners can apply for up to $250,000 dollars in federal disaster relief.

Beacon Federal Credit Union relocating in Seabrook

The relocation will allow Beacon to expand and create a drive-through, something it cannot do at its existing location.

Reserve Wine and Spirits coming this month to League City

The 3,000-square-foot business will feature wines from all over the world and have a large selection of spirits and craft beer.

Farmhouse Furniture now open in Seabrook

The business builds and sells handmade custom furniture, including tables, benches, kitchen islands and other wood-based items.

Kirk and J’s BBQ now open in Seabrook

The business sells brisket, ribs, pulled prk, smoked sausage and other barbecue favorites.

Houston Runoff Voter Guide 2019: Mayoral candidates Sylvester Turner and Tony Buzbee

Mayor Syvlvester Turner faces Tony Buzbee in the Dec. 14 runoff.

Jenuine Treasures opening Nov. 29 in Seabrook

Jenuine Treasures will sell handcrafted items, and the business will offer crafting classes.


Here is who has filed to run for U.S. District 22 in the March 3 primary

Several candidates have announced their intention to run for U.S. District 22, a seat that has been held by Pete Olson since 2008.

Amazing Point of View Eye Care & Eye Gym now open in League City

The business specializes in sports vision assessment and training by using special equipment to train athletes to improve reaction time, hand-eye coordination and peripheral awareness.

US Small Business Administration loans up by 29% since 2015 in Houston region

U.S. Small Business Administration loans to the Houston region have increased by 29% since 2015, and individual loan amounts have increased by 44%.

Clear Lake City-County Freeman Branch Library joins Family Place Libraries national network

By joining the network, the library will be able to provide resources to families to help them nurture their children’s development and early learning.

BARC Animal Shelter celebrates debut of cattery with $1 adoptions for cats, kittens

The cattery was BARC's most recent step toward expanding its shelter space.

West Mansion being razed; Pasadena officials do not know what is next for the site

The historic James and Jessie West Mansion at 3303 NASA Parkway, Pasadena, is being razed.

Settlement in Harris County bail bond lawsuit receives final approval

Critics of the settlement have said it presents public safety concerns.

Prodigy Hair Salon closing by January

The location will be demolished to make room for the expansion of Houston Methodist Clear Lake Hospital.

Houston Food Bank in need of donations, volunteers after tossing nearly 2 million pounds of contaminated food

The Houston Food Bank needs help after it was forced to throw out about 1.8 million pounds of food.

Texas high-speed rail construction could move forward following agreement between Texas Central, Mass. Electric Construction Co.

Construction on the Texas high-speed rail could continue to gain traction following an Early Contract Involvement agreement between Texas Central and Mass. Electric Contruction Co.

Marburger's Sporting Goods closes in Seabrook

The business, which was open for 46 years, has not announced plans to relocate.

Houston continues investment in 2020 census outreach

Houston City Council approved the second half of a $1.5 million contract

Residents to get early look at new League City Animal Care and Adoption Center

Residents who want to get a sneak peek at how the new League City Animal Care and Adoption Center is coming along will have their chance Friday.

League City considering raising water rates to supplement system improvements

League City plans to spend $501 million over the next 10 years improving its water and wastewater system, and the city is considering raising water rates to help pay for the work.

Kolache Factory opens in League City

A grand opening with giveaways and prizes will be held Dec. 14.

Mario's Pizza & Pasta celebrates 50 years in Bay Area

The business originally opened in 1969 in Galveston.