Houston Food Bank in need of donations, volunteers after tossing nearly 2 million pounds of contaminated food
The Houston Food Bank needs help after it was forced to throw out about 1.8 million pounds of food.
Texas high-speed rail construction could move forward following agreement between Texas Central, Mass. Electric Construction Co.
Construction on the Texas high-speed rail could continue to gain traction following an Early Contract Involvement agreement between Texas Central and Mass. Electric Contruction Co.
Houston City Council approved the second half of a $1.5 million contract
Residents who want to get a sneak peek at how the new League City Animal Care and Adoption Center is coming along will have their chance Friday.
League City plans to spend $501 million over the next 10 years improving its water and wastewater system, and the city is considering raising water rates to help pay for the work.
Clear Creek ISD school start times will remain the same—at least for now.
Due to wet weather last week, work to repair a storm sewer line under South Shore Boulevard was delayed from Nov. 13-20 to Nov. 20-27, which will force motorists to take detours parts of this week and next.
Early childhood development will be major focus of 2020, Hidalgo said.
Sylvan Beach Park pavilion to get new operator, undergo repairs; supporters fear for historic building’s future
The contract between Harris County and the operator of Sylvan Beach Park’s historic pavilion has been terminated.
The location will be demolished to make room for the expansion of Houston Methodist Clear Lake Hospital.
The business, which was open for 46 years, has not announced plans to relocate.
The business originally opened in 1969 in Galveston.