Read some of the most popular Houston news among readers from Community Impact Newspaper's August coverage.
Amazon 4-star store opening at The Woodlands Mall anticipated for September
Amazon 4-star, a retail store from the Seattle-based technology company, is expected to open mid-September at The Woodlands Mall, according to Brookfield Properties.
UPDATE: Teachers’ union granted temporary restraining order in lawsuit against Cy-Fair ISD
Officials with Cy-Fair American Federation of Teachers confirmed Friday night that a Harris County District Court judge granted the union a temporary restraining order.
The order stated that despite the district’s in-person professional development policy, teachers do not have to step foot on Cy-Fair ISD campuses before Sept. 7.
Whiskey Cake announces The Woodlands location opening in September
Farm-to-table restaurant Whiskey Cake has announced it is anticipating a September opening at 27800 North Fwy. Service Road, Oak Ridge North.
Mikael Floyd resigns from Pearland ISD board of trustees
Mikael "Mike" Floyd resigned from the Pearland ISD board of trustees, according to a social media post made by Floyd and a press release sent out by the district Aug. 14. Floyd had served on the board for one three-year term. His term would have ended in May 2020, had the election not been pushed to November due to COVID-19.
NEW: Karbach Brewing Co. brewmaster Chris Juergen to bring brewery, restaurant to Tomball
Chris Juergen, brewmaster at Houston's Karbach Brewing Co., has plans to break ground on a brewery and restaurant in his hometown of Tomball by year's end, the Tomball Economic Development Corp. announced late Aug. 11. Juergen is a Tomball High School graduate.
Anna Lotz, Ben Thompson, Danica Lloyd, Shawn Arrajj, Andrew Christman and Haley Morrison contributed to this report.