Scrumptious Houston celebrates 1 year in Nassau Bay
Scrumptious Houston serves dessert mashups, such as the red velvet "piecaken." (Colleen Ferguson/Community Impact Newspaper)
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By Colleen Ferguson |
Reporter, Bay Area
A native central New Yorker, Colleen worked as an editorial intern with the Cy-Fair and Lake Houston | Humble | Kingwood editions of Community Impact Newspaper before joining the Bay Area team in 2020. She covers public education, higher education, business and development news in southeast Houston. Colleen graduated in 2019 from Syracuse University and the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications, where she worked for the university's independent student newspaper The Daily Orange. Her degrees are in journalism and Spanish language and culture. When not chasing a story, Colleen can be found petting cats and dogs, listening to podcasts, swimming or watching true crime documentaries.
The METRO board of directors met Sept. 21 to give an overview of the drafted budget as well as to receive public comments. It was unanimously approved at the Sept. 23 board meeting.
Qatar Charity along with the University of Houston-Clear Lake Diplomacy Institute will host a food distribution event.
Texas Secretary of State's office announces audit of 2020 election results in Dallas, Collin, Tarrant and Harris counties
In a statement released Sept. 23, the office said it anticipates the state Legislature will fund the process.
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Big League Dreams to reopen in League City; New Caney ISD officials address student possession of a gun, and more top stories from Greater Houston
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While hospitality and tourism were hit hard by the pandemic and some sectors of the industry are slower to recover, experts said they are optimistic as people rediscover their love of the outdoors and revisit old favorite places.
Comcast will award $1 million to small businesses owned by people of color in Fort Bend and Harris counties.
CI Nation roundup: Round Rock ISD trustees considered for censuring; New Caney ISD addresses allegations of student with gun at campus event and more top stories
Take a look at the top five trending stories across all of Community Impact Newspaper’s coverage areas as of Sept. 23.
On average, Harris County homeowners may see lower tax rates in the next year, but it will come at the cost of $17 million in funding for the county’s hospital district, according to Harris County Administrator David Berry.
Brandon Rottinghaus, the University of Houston’s political science chair, breaks down each Texas proposition before voters head to the polls in November.
Redistricting is one of the items on the third special session, and the state Senate released proposed maps on Sept. 18.
The Houston-Galveston Area Council will be celebrating its 55th anniversary this October.