Nothing Bundt Cakes to open in Cypress; businesses coming to Lake Houston area and more local news

Nothing Bundt Cakes is coming soon to Fry Road. (Kim Giannetti/Community Impact Newspaper)
Nothing Bundt Cakes is coming soon to Fry Road. (Kim Giannetti/Community Impact Newspaper)

Nothing Bundt Cakes is coming soon to Fry Road. (Kim Giannetti/Community Impact Newspaper)

Read the latest business and community news from the Houston area.


Nothing Bundt Cakes plans new bakery in Cypress

A new location of Nothing Bundt Cakes is slated to open in late January or early February at 9822 Fry Road, Ste. 170, Cypress. The bakery offers various bundt cakes in various sizes and flavors, including classic vanilla, chocolate chocolate chip, white chocolate raspberry, red velvet, confetti, carrot, lemon, marble and pecan praline in addition to rotating seasonal flavors.

Bellaire-Meyerland-West University

Evelyn’s Park breaks ground on second phase of improvements

Construction has officially kicked off on a project that will add several new enhancements to Evelyn's Park, according to a Dec. 15 news release.

Sugar Land-Missouri City

USA Ninja Challenge offers fitness classes, camps for kids in Sugar Land

USA Ninja Challenge, a physical fitness and training facility for kids, opened Nov. 4 at 202 Industrial Blvd., Ste. 903, Sugar Land.

Home Studio 6 in Missouri City carries local, international finds

Nestled off Hwy. 6 in Missouri City, Home Studio 6 is located in a house owner Maury Marlowe believes was built in about 1895. Now, the old-house-turned-shop is a showroom for a wide range of eclectic furniture, jewelry, woodworking, textiles, art and candles.

Lake Houston-Humble-Kingwood

5 businesses, restaurants coming soon to the Lake Houston area

Several new businesses will open in early 2021 in the Lake Houston-Humble-Kingwood area.

The Woodlands

Take a look inside the renovated The Woodlands Waterway Marriott Hotel & Convention Center

After weathering a year of occupancy challenges amid the coronavirus pandemic, The Woodlands Waterway Marriott Hotel & Convention Center completed a redesign of its rooms this year on the heels of a $4 million meeting space renovation in 2019.

Bay Area

League City Mayor Pat Hallisey out of hospital after COVID-19 battle

After a monthlong battle with COVID-19, League City Mayor Pat Hallisey has been released from Memorial Hermann Southwest Hospital just in time for his 71st birthday, according to a Dec. 16 city news release.


Houston Angels' Nutrition now serving gourmet meal-replacement milkshakes in Tomball

Houston Angels' Nutrition opened Nov. 28 in Tomball, according to business owner Lashawn Watson. The business offers gourmet meal-replacement milkshakes in addition to other beverages such as the Hot Mocha Dulce coffee and Mango Tango iced tea.

Danica Lloyd, Hunter Marrow, Claire Shoop, Kelly Schafler, Adriana Rezal, Jake Magee and Vanessa Holt contributed to this report.