Waffle House opens in Spring and more: Business and community news from the Greater Houston area this weekend

Waffle House opened a new location at 20618 Kuykendahl Road, Spring, in early June. (Courtesy Waffle House)
Waffle House opened a new location at 20618 Kuykendahl Road, Spring, in early June. (Courtesy Waffle House)

Waffle House opened a new location at 20618 Kuykendahl Road, Spring, in early June. (Courtesy Waffle House)

Catch up on business updates and community news from the Greater Houston area during the past weekend.

Waffle House now open on Kuykendahl Road

Waffle House opened a new Spring location in early June.

The Woodlands-based AXIOS Industrial Group announces A&L Industrial Services merger

AXIOS Industrial Group LLC, headquartered in The Woodlands, announced its agreement for a merger with the Deer Park-based A&L Industrial Services was effective June 5.



Construction wraps up on Telge 290 Logistics Center in Cypress

Construction has been completed on Telge 290 Logistics Center, a new 207,000-square-foot Class A industrial park at the intersection of Cypress North Houston and Telge roads.

Souq International Markets now open in Katy area

The grocery store sells Chinese, Middle Eastern, Hispanic and American food items.

Magnolia ISD extends free meal pickup service

Magnolia ISD has extended its meal service to provide free meals for students through Aug. 11, according to a June 12 district news release.

Your Floor Store & Remodeling Center to celebrate grand opening in Spring on June 19

Husband and wife Chance and Cecilia Mentesana plan to celebrate the grand opening of their new business, Your Floor Store & Remodeling Center, on June 19.

Face Haus facial bar to soon open first Houston location in Rice Village

Face Haus is bringing its open-concept facial bar to Houston for the first time when it has its grand opening in Rice Village on June 20, the company announced in a June 11 news release.

Ben Thompson, Shawn Arrajj, Hannah Zedaker, Jen Para, Dylan Sherman and Hunter Marrow contributed to this report.


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