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 April 1-5.

H-GAC unveils $18.77 billion in funding for 2025-28 regional road projects

The Houston-Galveston Area Council unveiled $18.77 billion in roadway and public transportation projects across the Houston region April 3 as part of its new 2025-28 Transportation Improvement Plan.

Read the full story by Reporter Jessica Shorten.

7 restaurants that recently opened, closed or are coming soon in Pearland-Friendswood area

Several restaurants either recently opened or are set to open in the Pearland-Friendswood area, while one recently closed. This list is not comprehensive.

Read the full story by Editor Jake Norman.

The Edison Cultural Art Center aims for end of 2024, beginning of 2025 completion

Progress continues on construction of The Edison Cultural Art Center, a mixed-use development working to bring an arts hub to the Missouri City area.

Read the full story by Reporter Aubrey Vogel.

Fixed-rate water bills for Houstonians to start in May

Houston Mayor John Whitmire announced details of his Water Bill Improvement Plan during a press conference April 4 to help address Houstonians’ frustrations with inaccurate water bills.

Read the full story by Reporter Cassie Jenkins.

Tiffany’s Tiny Flower Truck cultivates, connects Fulshear community

What began as a mobile flower business in September 2020 to “spread blooms” across Katy and Fulshear during a time of uncertainty has transformed into a collaborative space for women and neighbors, said Tiffany Calicott, owner of Tiffany’s Tiny Flower Truck.

Read the full story by Reporter Asia Armour.