Cy-Fair hosts events and more Houston-area news

The show is making a stop at Sam Houston Race Park this December. (Courtesy UniverSoul Circus)
The show is making a stop at Sam Houston Race Park this December. (Courtesy UniverSoul Circus)

The show is making a stop at Sam Houston Race Park this December. (Courtesy UniverSoul Circus)

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Cy-Fair

11 events to attend in Cy-Fair this month

Businesses in the Boardwalk at Towne Lake feature specials for the first two weeks of the month, and guests can see “snow” every evening from 7-7:15 p.m.

Bay Area



IMPACTS ROUNDUP: Mediterraneo relocating by end of year and more

Here is a roundup of local business news in Clear Lake and League City.

Tomball-Magnolia

Tomball's first downtown mural slated for information center pending council approval


Tomball City Council members are anticipated to vote on approving a mural for the Tomball Information Center, located at 215 W. Main St., on Dec. 7. The mural project—in the works for nearly a year—will be located on the west-facing wall of the information center.

Tomball's Railroad Museum reopens Dec. 5

Tomball's Historic Depot Railroad Museum will reopen Dec. 5 at 201 S. Elm St., Tomball, after being closed for months amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Al Chile Taqueria now serving authentic Mexican food in Tomball

Mexican eatery Al Chile Taqueria opened in Tomball on Sept. 18 at 16918 FM 2920. The taqueria’s menu offers a variety of authentic Mexican food items, ranging from street tacos to tortas and grilled quesadillas.

Conroe-Montgomery

Gourmet popcorn store Snacktime Express opens in Montgomery

Snacktime Express, a gourmet popcorn store, opened at 18413 Hwy. 105, Ste. B, Montgomery, in November.

Lights, parades and shopping: 6 holiday events to attend in Conroe, Montgomery

Woodforest hosts a light tour of 70 magical lighted displays and holiday decorations.

Balloon business A.L. Party Creations coming to Conroe

A.L. Party Creations, a new balloon business, is coming soon to 1108 N. Loop 336 W., Ste. R, Conroe, at the storefront that was previously Barbara's Resale Shop, according to city documents.

The Woodlands

Piney Rose to celebrate first anniversary in The Woodlands storefront


Local florist Piney Rose will celebrate its first year at its storefront location at 2417 Research Forest Drive, Unit B, The Woodlands, on Dec. 7.

Baja Sur serves up fresh Tex-Mex cuisine in Creekside Park West

Tex-Mex restaurant Baja Sur officially opened its doors for service Dec. 1 at 26435 Kuykendahl Road, Tomball.

Katy

Firedisc Cookers opens in Katy

Firedisc Cookers held a grand opening Nov. 21 at 25302 Cinco Ranch Blvd, Ste. H140, Katy. The 4,600-square-foot store offers high-quality outdoor grills and accessories.

Sugar Land-Missouri City

Missouri City extends early voting hours for runoff race

Missouri City is extending early voting in its Dec. 12 runoff elections beginning Dec. 5.

Bellaire-Meyerland-West University

Meyerland Jewelers to close in January

Meyerland Jewelers, located at 120 Meyerland Plaza Mall, Houston, will be shutting down, according to a Nov. 21 Facebook post from the shop’s owner.

Danica Lloyd, Jake Magee, Anna Lotz, Adriana Rezal, Eva Vigh, Anna Lotz, Andrew Christman, Laura Aebi and Hunter Marrow contributed to this report.



MOST RECENT

Nearly 3,700 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Cy-Fair ISD during the 2020-21 school year. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
86 COVID-19 cases confirmed in Cy-Fair ISD schools April 5-11

As of April 12, the district is reporting 91 active cases and 3,601 recoveries.

Armored Sports camps feature basketball, flag football and more. (Courtesy Pexels)
Armored Sports camps to launch in venues across Greater Houston

A new Christian sports camp for youth is launching this summer in churches across the Greater Houston area.

"Breaking Strongholds" is a faith-based, eight-episode series that explores topics such as suicide and depression. (Courtesy Terry Weaver)
Series shot in Montgomery County aiming for Hulu, Netflix deal and more Houston-area news

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Services at Lonesome Blonde include haircuts, coloring, styling and customizable treatments. (Courtesy Lonesome Blonde)
Lonesome Blonde hair salon now open on Cypress Rosehill Road

The new, upscale salon opened in February.

The temporary waiver covering initial vehicle registration, vehicle registration renewal, vehicle titling, renewal of permanent disabled parking placards and 30-day temporary permits will end April 14. (Hannah Zedaker/Community Impact Newspaper)
DMV officials say no grace period following waiver of car title, registration; new housing set for Magnolia, Cypress

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Construction is underway on the office condo project. (Rendering courtesy Read King Commercial Real Estate)
Office condo project coming soon to Vintage Marketplace

The new offices are within walking distance of restaurants such as Ambriza Social Mexican Kitchen and Bellagreen.

The store is known for its color-coordinated in-store setup of clothes, shoes, jewelry and other accessories. (Courtesy Charming Charlie)
Charming Charlie returns to Houston with new Willowbrook Mall storefront

The store is known for its color-coordinated in-store setup of clothes, shoes, jewelry and other accessories.




From left: Owners Dion Burks, Yolanda Burks and Mario Navarrete and employee Jana Cone run Popcorn Blast together on Hwy. 6 in Cy-Fair.
Family-owned shop brings creative flavor pairings at Popcorn Blast

“The excitement even when grownups come in, it’s pure beauty.”

After serving up chicken in College Station for nearly three decades, Layne’s Chicken Fingers is opening its first location in the Houston area in Katy. (Courtesy Layne's Chicken Fingers)
Layne's Chicken Fingers coming to Katy; Gyro King opens in Sugar Land and more Houston-area news

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Less than 25% of American office workers have returned to in-person office settings since the start of the pandemic. (Courtesy Pixabay)
DATA: Texas metros lead the nation in return to in-person work since start of pandemic

About 37% of Houston office employees had returned to in-person work as of the end of March, as compared to an average of less than 25% in other major U.S. metros.

All arrangements at Amanda Bee's Floral Designs are made in house and designed by florist and store owner Amanda Bowman. (Courtesy Amanda Bee's Floral Designs)
Local florist opens Amanda Bee's Floral Designs on Fry Road in Cypress

All arrangements are made in house and designed by florist and store owner Amanda Bowman, who said she specializes in one-of-a-kind posey arrangements.