Cheerz Daiquiris To-Go now open in Cy-Fair with Cajun fare
The new eatery offers takeout Cajun-style food and beverages. (Courtesy Cheerz Daiquiris To-Go)
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By Danica Lloyd
If construction begins this summer as planned, the entire project could be completed within three to four years, officials told residents during a May 4 information session about the project.
Houston, Harris County annual addresses no longer hosted by Greater Houston Partnership over Texas voter bill dispute
Local leaders criticized the area chamber of commerce for not taking a definitive stance on two voting access bills currently being deliberated in the Texas Legislature.
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From feeding the homeless to financially supporting single mothers raising children with medical conditions, RoseMary Tucker said her goal is to give back to the community.
The business specializes in customized in-home consultations during which families will receive a fire safety plan specific to their house's floor plan and an age-appropriate, individualized plan for each family member.
The studio offers lash extensions, full-body waxing and brow tinting.
ZIP code 77433 continues to have the highest percentage of its population fully vaccinated, with 41.7%, based on 2019 population estimates from the U.S. Census Bureau's American Community Survey. Just south of there in ZIP code 77449, that percentage falls to 23.5%—the lowest percentage in the region as of May 3.
Learn how Jessica and Abel Frausto, a couple who lives in the Heights, ended up opening two taco shops in Cypress.
The district launched its hiring effort in late April and held a virtual job fair April 29-30 to attract candidates.
Nine staff members and 71 students on Cy-Fair ISD campuses tested positive for COVID-19 last week.
The pizzeria is slated to launch a delivery-only service this month.
For those who have the option, working from home is one of the most notable ways the pandemic has changed daily routines. This cover story from our May edition discusses how the remote work trend has caused local office vacancy rates to rise and employers to become more flexible.