Perfect 10 Beauty Bar in The Woodlands rebounds, Cy-Hope holds food distribution event: News from Houston

Esthetician Melissa Reyes gives a client a facial treatment. (Courtesy Trox Photography)
Esthetician Melissa Reyes gives a client a facial treatment. (Courtesy Trox Photography)

Esthetician Melissa Reyes gives a client a facial treatment. (Courtesy Trox Photography)

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The Woodlands

After weathering shutdown, Perfect 10 Beauty Bar resumes signature cosmetic services, technical training


The salon now allows an extra 15 minutes between appointments for full sanitization and has several other safety measures in place, Lopez said. That includes maintaining strict appointment timing, placing hand-washing stations throughout the salon and requiring clients to wear masks.

Lake Houston-Humble-Kingwood



Humble ISD drops high school graduation capacity to 25% to curb spread of coronavirus


Humble ISD has announced upcoming graduation ceremonies at George Turner Stadium will be smaller than originally anticipated to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

Cy-Fair

Cy-Hope to hold food distribution event in Cypress July 17


In partnership with the Houston Food Bank, local nonprofit Cy-Hope is hosting a food distribution event July 17 at Lone Star College-CyFair, 9191 Barker Cypress Road, Cypress.

Spring-Klein

Raising Cane's coming soon to Spring's Vintage Park shopping center


Lousiana-based fast-food restaurant Raising Cane's will be opening a new location in the Vintage Park shopping center later this year. Set to be located at 10950 Louetta Road, Houston, the restaurant is slated to open in October.

Vanessa Holt, Kelly Schafler, Danica Lloyd and Adriana Rezal contributed to this report.


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