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 25-29.

Urban Skillet brings halal burgers to Cy-Fair

California-based Urban Skillet has opened near Cypress Creek High School. Officials said the eatery is touted as having the best halal burgers in California.

Read the full story by Editor Danica Lloyd.

Emergency vehicle provider Frazer to move headquarters to Sugar Land

More than 250 new jobs are coming to Sugar Land with the relocation of emergency vehicle provider Frazer’s headquarters.

Read the full story by Reporter Aubrey Vogel.

$26M price tag approved for Montgomery High School revamp

A guaranteed maximum price of about $26 million for Montgomery High School renovations—slated to begin this summer—was approved by Montgomery ISD trustees on March 19.

Read the full story by Reporter Emily Lincke.

The Skin People dermatologists provide skin care at Bellaire office

Both cosmetic and medical dermatologists and estheticians provide skin care at a new dermatologist office in Bellaire.

Read the full story by Reporter Asia Armour.

Harris County commissioners approve property tax exemption for qualified child care centers

An estimated 327 Harris County child care providers now qualify for 100% property tax exemption after Harris County commissioners authorized the exemptions at a March 26 court meeting.

Read the full story by Reporter Melissa Enaje.