Missed any of our articles from this week? Take a look at what you might have missed from Community Impact’s coverage areas in Houston from Jan. 15-19.

Fuhgedaboudit Bagel Co. now offering New York-style bagels in Spring

Fuhgedaboudit Bagel Co. offers fresh daily baked New York-style bagels, such as rosemary and olive oil; wild thyme and olive oil; and jalapeno cheddar and plain bagels.

The bagel shop held its second location's soft opening Jan. 16 and is now serving the Spring area.

Read the full story by Jovanna Aguilar.

Developer shares interior images for upcoming Ritz-Carlton Residences in The Woodlands

Interior images for the upcoming Ritz-Carlton Residences planned in The Woodlands were released by developer Howard Hughes on Jan. 18.

The project, designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects, will feature 111 private residences available in 15,000 square feet of interior space as well as 3 acres of outdoor amenities.

Read the full story by Editor Vanessa Holt.

Houston ISD to open Cullen Military Academy in the 2024-25 school year

Houston ISD will soon open a new military academy aimed at supporting students aspiring to serve in the U.S. military after graduation.

According to a Jan. 11 news release, Cullen Military Academy will open at Cullen Middle School in HISD beginning in the 2024-25 school year.

Read the full story by Reporter Wesley Gardner.

New AI technology in Sugar Land aims to improve safety, traffic flow

Drivers and pedestrians in Sugar Land will soon be monitored by an artificial intelligence-powered traffic system to be installed on 92 traffic signals as part of the city’s efforts to improve traffic safety.

On Jan. 16, Sugar Land City Council voted to purchase NoTraffic’s AI Detection System from Texas Highway Products, which will cost $2.7 million.

Read the full story by Reporter Rachel Leland.

Harris County Republican and Democratic parties agree to a joint primary election in March

For the first time in Harris County, the Republican and Democratic parties agreed to conduct a joint election during the March 5 primary election cycle.

Teneshia Hudspeth, Harris County's chief election official, said in a Jan. 14 news release the election day voting process will be the same one used when voting in the November election.

Read the full story by Reporter Melissa Enaje.