Chick-fil-A closes after employees test positive and more: Business, community news from Houston area

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Chick-fil-A in Missouri City closes after 4 workers test positive for COVID-19

A Chick-fil-A restaurant in Missouri City is closing after four of its employees tested positive for COVID-19.

The restaurant is located at 9130 Hwy. 6, Missouri City.

Monarch Health & Wellness Boutique sets soft opening date for July



Monarch Health & Wellness Boutique is set to host a soft opening July 8 at 1414 Northpark Drive, Ste. H, Kingwood, in the Centre at Northpark shopping center.

24 Hour Fitness closing dozens of locations, including one in League City

Gym chain 24 Hour Fitness announced June 15 it is permanently closing more than 100 of its gyms nationwide, including one at 2765 S. Gulf Freeway, League City, as it files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.

Mayor Sylvester Turner: Google's move to Houston contributes to city's emerging tech ecosystem

Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner said Google's decision to open a sales office in Houston will contribute to the city's efforts toward "establishing a very integrated, robust ecosystem."

UPDATED: Alden Bridge Pool to reopen June 18 following temporarily closure

The Alden Bridge Pool will reopen June 18 following a temporary closure caused by a pool employee testing positive for COVID-19 June 17.

7 ways to treat dad this Father's Day while supporting North Houston businesses

Although Father's Day may look a little different this year due to social distancing guidelines as a result of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, there are still several ways to treat dads June 21 while supporting local businesses and restaurants in North Houston.

ABC 13, Jake Magee, Matt Dulin, Ben Thompson, Hannah Zedaker and Kelly Schafler contributed to this report.


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