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 Feb. 12-16.

Port of Galveston to get 4th terminal complex

The Port of Galveston, the nation’s largest cruise and cargo port, will soon undergo the development of a fourth cruise terminal complex, which will be used by MSC Cruises.

Read the full story by Reporter Rachel Leland.

Savor the flavor: Eat Drink HTX offers budget-friendly dining experience Feb. 15-29

For fans of Houston Restaurant Weeks, a sister event comes in the form of Eat Drink HTX, officials announced in a Feb. 1 press release.

Produced by The Cleverley Stone Foundation, the two-week event allows customers to explore more casual dining options at a lower price point.

Read the full story by Multi-Platform Journalist Sierra Rozen.

Fort Bend County paves the way for future growth amid population spike

Fort Bend County anticipates new development projects to accommodate a projected population doubling by 2045, Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce officials said.

Read the full story by Shaheryar Khan.

Popular food trucks among 11 vendors coming to new Conservatory Galleria food hall

A new dining hall concept called Conservatory Galleria will open Feb. 19 at the former location of The Roxy, bringing 11 vendors and two bar areas on opening day.

Read the full story by Editor Shawn Arrajj.

Texas A&M University signs lease with NASA for $200M space institute

Texas A&M University has signed a ground lease with NASA, which officials are calling “the first domino to fall” toward developing the college’s $200 million space institute next to the Johnson Space Center.

Read the full story by Editor Jake Norman.