Cherry Blow Dry Bar now open in Cypress
Cherry Blow Dry Bar is now open in Cypress. (Courtesy Cherry Blow Dry Bar)
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By Danica Lloyd
The Howard Hughes Corp. has announced the first lineup of homebuilders for Prairieland Village, the newest phase of master-planned community Bridgeland.
Previously, curbside shoppers were charged a $4.95 fee on all orders, but moving forward that fee will be waived on purchases of $35 or more. Orders worth less than $35 will have a $2.95 "small basket surcharge" attached.
Registering to vote will soon be more convenient for Harris County residents with the opening of eight new branch office locations announced by the Harris County Elections Administrator's Office in a news release May 17.
Glo Parlor will offer all-natural teeth-whitening services and products.
Lt. Col. Justin Elliott, a Jersey Village native, will be the squadron’s commander and lead pilot next year.
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In addition to constructing a new 43-acre campus, Harris County Emergency Services District No. 11 will be buying a fleet of 40 new ambulances and hiring 150 new staff.
See how some Greater Houston area school districts are planning to go back to school for the 2021-22 academic year
While some school districts in the Greater Houston area are doing away with face mask requirements and virtual schooling completely, others are pivoting to continue offering online learning options for students and plan to require face masks.
The guidance states fully vaccinated people do not need to wear masks indoors or outdoors.
Since its launch, CFISD’s College Academy has expanded to all 12 high schools districtwide. Those who complete the program are able to enter the workforce with their two-year college degree or transfer to a four-year university as a junior.
Houston Scanning digitizes video tapes, printed photographs, film reels and more.