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. 26-March 1.

Moon lander shuts down, as officials with NASA, Intuitive Machines call mission a success

Intuitive Machine’s moon lander is going to sleep for at least the next few weeks, which comes nearly a week after the vessel landed near the south pole of the lunar surface.

Prior to the vessel shutting down, officials were concerned that the mission could end earlier than planned due to it being tilted over after its landing. In the week since, however, they have called it a success and hope the vessel could wake back up once exposed to solar light again.

Read the full story by Editor Jake Norman.

6 restaurants that have recently opened in the Greater Houston area

Looking to get out of your neighborhood to try a new dining experience? Check out the following restaurant news from across the Houston metro, as recently reported by Community Impact.

Read the full story by Reporter Jovanna Aguilar.

5 new retailers coming to Houston Premium Outlets this spring

Houston Premium Outlets announced in a Feb. 22 news release the mall is welcoming several new tenants this spring.

Read the full story by Editor Danica Lloyd.

New affordable housing community Rasmus-Temenos to combat homelessness amid I-45 widening

Temenos Community Development Corporation and The NHP Foundation, a not-for-profit provider of affordable housing, have opened Rasmus-Temenos, a 95-unit permanent supportive housing complex in Houston, in efforts to combat homelessness in the community.

Read the full story by Reporter Shaheryar Khan.

SnoDreamz brings New Orleans-inspired shaved ice to Missouri City

A beloved Houston family business has now expanded to Missouri City.

Denise and John Tankersley opened SnoDreamz 14 years ago, following the influx of New Orleans residents moving to Houston after Hurricane Katrina, current owners Crystal Tankersley Ikeakor and Andy Ikeakor said.

Read the full story by Reporter Aubrey Vogel.