Missed any of our articles from last week? Take a look at what you might have missed from Community Impact’s coverage areas in Houston from June 5-9.

United Airlines unveils Terminal B redevelopment plan to enhance IAH

United Airlines has announced plans to modernize and expand Terminal B at George Bush Intercontinental Airport. The proposal, shared during a meeting of Houston City Council's Economic Development Committee, aims to enhance capacity and improve the travel experience for United Airlines passengers.

“I am thrilled to preview this exciting project that we are embarking on with United Airlines,” said Jim Szczesniak, chief operating officer for the Houston Airport System, during the meeting.

Read the full story by Intern Shaheryar Khan.

Nearly 200 Houston ISD schools will offer free breakfast, lunch this summer

Officials from Houston ISD’s Nutrition Services Department said they have one goal in mind as their free summer meal program began June 6: feed as many kids as they possibly can.

“In Houston, we have a diverse community all over the city. We cover about 333 square miles, just the Houston district, and in those 333 square miles, we don’t know what the situation particularly could be in any one of those cases,” Houston ISD Area Manager Chandra Blackwell said. “So we want to make sure that we provide the Houston area nutritious meals because it may be the meal they get for the day.”

Read the full story by Reporter Melissa Enaje.

Spring Food Park opens with 7 food trucks on Spring Stueber Road

Spring Food Park celebrated its grand opening May 25 at 3211 Spring Stuebner Road, Spring. Owned by Francisco Acevedo, the food truck park opened with several tenants offering a variety of cuisine.

Read more by Editor Hannah Brol.

Galveston County, League City explore new mental health crisis responses

The League City Police Department is preparing to roll out a new program for better responding to mental health crises in the community.

In April, League City Police Department applied for a $218,000 U.S. Department of Justice grant for police departments to either start or improve a mental health response unit. The money would cover the overtime of the officers assigned and the equipment the unit needs. The department will find out this fall if it has been awarded the grant.

Read more by Reporter Rachel Leland.

Concert series and places to see shows in The Woodlands area in June and July

Take a look at the live music scheduled this summer in June and July in The Woodlands area.

Read the full story by Reporter Jessica Shorten.