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 May 6-10.

Harris County raises property tax exemptions for seniors, disabled homeowners

The amount senior and disabled homeowners in Harris County can exempt from the value of their homes before paying property taxes now covers the entire value of a median-price home in the county.

Read the full story by Editor Shawn Arrajj.

Family-owned Julio's Mexican Grill offers authentic Mexican cuisine across north Houston

With several locations across the Greater Houston area, Julio’s Mexican Grill serves authentic Mexican and Tex-Mex cuisine in Magnolia, Spring and The Woodlands.

Read the full story by Reporter Jovanna Aguilar.

105 Fever opens studio for hot yoga in the Braeswood area

105 Fever, located on Houston's Braeswood Boulevard, is now teaching the Bikram yoga method in a heated studio.

Read the full story by Reporter Asia Armour.

Alvin ISD announces 2024 summer school program

Alvin ISD officials announced the district’s summer school program, with classes set to take place in June.

Read the full story by Editor Jake Norman.

New EPA standards could have impact on Sugar Land, Missouri City

Harris County and nine other Texas counties don’t meet the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s new national air quality standards for fine particulate matter, released in February. The pollutant can have dangerous and costly health effects, federal officials said.

Read the full story by Reporters Melissa Enaje and Aubrey Vogel, and Editor Kelly Schafler.