Sugar Land features Houston Restaurant Weeks participants, city to ticket those without masks: News from the metro

Six Sugar Land restaurants, including Perry's Steakhouse & Grille, are participating in Houston Restaurant Weeks 2020. (Courtesy Perry's Steakhouse & Grille)
Six Sugar Land restaurants, including Perry's Steakhouse & Grille, are participating in Houston Restaurant Weeks 2020. (Courtesy Perry's Steakhouse & Grille)

Six Sugar Land restaurants, including Perry's Steakhouse & Grille, are participating in Houston Restaurant Weeks 2020. (Courtesy Perry's Steakhouse & Grille)

Read the latest Houston-area business and community news.

Sugar Land-Missouri City

6 Sugar Land restaurants participating in Houston Restaurant Weeks 2020 on Aug. 1-Sept. 7

Houston Restaurant Weeks—an annual, monthlong fundraiser benefiting the Houston Food Bank—began Aug. 1 and runs through Labor Day weekend.

Service First Automotive opens Aug. 3 in Missouri City after experiencing coronavirus-related delays



Service First Automotive had a grand opening for its Missouri City service center Aug. 3. The new location at 9450 Hwy. 6, Missouri City, is offering 50% off oil changes until Aug. 9.

Conroe-Montgomery

ROUNDUP: 6 businesses now open, coming to or relocating in the Lake Conroe area

Read the latest on businesses in the Lake Conroe area.

Katy

Willie Mae's Soul Food Cafe and Music Lounge to open in Katy area

Willie Mae's Soul Food Cafe and Music Lounge will open in the Katy area in 2021, said Ryan Muccular, the co-founder and owner of That's My Dog, which she runs alongside her husband, Kevin Muccular.

Cy-Fair

Cy-Fair nonprofits accepting, distributing school supplies for families in need


The start of the school year is just around the corner, and local nonprofits are accepting donated school supplies to distribute to families in financial need.

Lake Houston-Humble-Kingwood

Get a sneak peak inside the new Humble Museum before it opens


Robert Meaux, the president of the museum’s board of directors, said the old location saw roughly 2,000 visitors a year, but he hopes the new location with its new logo, well-lit displays and more organized layout will encourage tourists, local residents and students to learn about Humble’s rich history.

The Woodlands

Cinepolis The Woodlands officially reopens with discounted classics

Cinepolis The Woodlands announced July 31 that it has reopened following a four-month closure due to coronavirus.

Heights-River Oaks-Montrose

Houston police will start writing tickets for refusing to wear a mask

Citing continued community spread and high COVID-19 positivity rates, Houston police officers will be instructed to issue citations for refusal to wear a mask in public, Mayor Sylvester Turner announced Aug. 3.

Andrew Christman, Claire Shoop, Kelly Schafler, Andy Li, Danica Lloyd and Matt Dulin contributed to this report.


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