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 March 11-15.

Trader Joe's announces newest store in Sugar Land

Local residents will have a new grocery store option to choose from, with Trader Joe’s officials announcing a new store heading to Sugar Land.

Read the full story by Editor Kelly Schafler.

Texas counties, EPA respond to attorney general's lawsuit on new federal climate policy

Officials from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Texas counties are weighing in after a lawsuit was filed by Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton in efforts to block the EPA's new federal air quality standards.

The new federal climate policy was announced Feb. 7 and aims to lower the amount of fine particulate pollution emitted by power plants, vehicles and industrial facilities by a 2032 deadline.

Read the full story by Reporter Melissa Enaje.

Chuy's hits 20 years at Shenandoah location on I-45

Tex-Mex restaurant Chuy's celebrated 20 years at its Shenandoah location Feb. 28, according to Visit Shenandoah. The restaurant offers favorites such as burritos, tacos, fajitas and enchiladas as well as house specialties such as the Chuychanga, according to its menu.

Read the full story by Editor Vanessa Holt.

City of Houston, METRO to repair hazardous road conditions along Westheimer Road

The city of Houston and the Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County are collaborating to repair pavement and improve bus stops on Westheimer Road from Loop 610 to downtown Houston.

Read the full story by Reporter Cassie Jenkins.

Aerospace industry in Houston set to boom as numerous projects hit key milestones

Feb. 15 was a day to remember for Houston’s aerospace industry.

Two projects with Houston origins passed key landmarks. It started with Intuitive Machines, which is headquartered at Houston Spaceport, launching a payload to the moon from Florida.

Read the full story by Editor Jake Norman.