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 June 3-7.

METRO ridership rising, still lower than prepandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic's effects can still be seen in public transportation ridership from Katy to Houston, according to usage statistics from the Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County.

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The Cove Craft Beer & Wine provides casual hangout spot for Kingwood community

The Cove Craft Beer & Wine was founded in 2019 by Jeff Relag and Shawn Geiser, who have been buddies since they graduated from Kingwood High School with the class of 1985.

Read the full story by Reporter Jovanna Aguilar.

Cy-Fair ISD board to consider library policy changes

A proposal to further revise Cy-Fair ISD library policies is on the agenda for upcoming board meetings June 13 and June 17.

This measure comes just weeks after district administration decided to reduce the number of librarian positions districtwide by more than half ahead of the 2024-25 school year.

Read the full story by Editor Danica Lloyd.

Houston Northwest Chamber of Commerce to relocate to City Place ahead of 50th anniversary

The Houston Northwest Chamber of Commerce—which supports local businesses with resources, events and more—will be relocating to City Place, according to a June 5 blog post from the Chamber. The organization is led by President and CEO Bobby Lieb and is currently located at 4201 FM 1960 W., Ste. 195, Houston.

Read the full story by Reporter Emily Lincke.

11 ways to celebrate Juneteenth in Houston

To commemorate and celebrate Juneteenth, there are multiple events planned this June. This is not a comprehensive list of events.

Read the full story by Reporter Asia Armour and Intern Atirikta Kumar.