Here are four business-related news briefs from around Clear Lake and League City.


Community Health Network began the demolition, expansion and reconstruction of its clinic at 2360 S. Gulf Freeway, Ste. 100-C, League City this fall. League City Women and Children’s Clinic is now Victory Lakes Family Care, offering care to all children, women, men and seniors including primary care, obstetrics, pediatrics, dental and behavioral health, according to an Aug. 31 Community Health Network media release. The clinic also offers COVID-19 vaccinations and financial services, and plans to expand its dental services. 281-824-1480.

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A temporary art installation has opened as of early September at Exploration Green, a former Clear Lake golf course that is in the process of being converted into a detention pond and walking trails complete with native vegetation and local wildlife. The installation, located at Phase 1 of the project at 16205 Diana Lane, Houston, is titled “Sounds of Tomorrow - The Oracle Tree” by artist Lina Dib. Around a prominent pine tree in Phase 1 are benches that give residents a vantage point of Exploration Green, and speakers in the tree play nature sounds recorded by Dib. 281-317-7535.

Clear Lake-based nonprofit COVID-19 Wall of Memories partnered in September with local nonprofits and businesses to donate eight carts worth of healthy snacks, energy drinks and other items to intensive care unit staff at HCA Houston Healthcare Clear Lake. Seabrook nonprofit Changing Hearts and Minds Program, Webster ice cream shop Scoop Craft Creamery, Clear Lake-based personal injury firm Krist Law Firm and the Bay Area Democratic Movement participated in the donation events on Sept. 9 and 10.


Abendigo's Cafe and Cupcakes served its last meal in late September. The business, located at 1035 Clear Lake City Blvd., Houston, was known for its homemade soups, fresh salads and various specialty cupcakes.