Here is a look back at how the Lake Houston, Humble and Kingwood areas responded to the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020.
Local business and groups shifted operations to produce masks early.
Kingwood craft studios switch gears to sew face masks for community
Harris County Precinct 4 quilters, church groups come together to sew masks for the front lines
Facebook foodie groups banded together to support restaurants during pandemic-induced closures.
Kingwood resident uses social media game to support Lake Houston-area restaurants
Residents made the best of quarantine by stayed active with family.
Lake Houston area gets outside, stays active while social distancing during coronavirus
Local school districts, businesses and libraries stepped up to help students succeed.
Kingwood, Humble tutoring services continue virtually despite school closures
School districts, library systems offer students drive-up internet access
Local nonprofits and organizations switched to telehealth to continue serving the community.
Medical personnel transition, settle into telemedicine amid COVID-19
Humble, Kingwood rehabilitation specialists say coronavirus crisis causing relapse epidemic among opioid addicts
FamilyTime Crisis and Counseling Center receives $12,000 grant to enhance security measures
Local nonprofits and school districts answered the call for basic needs, resources.
Nonprofits adapt to continue serving Lake Houston community
Businesses, school districts adapt to new coronavirus restrictions
Organizations work to stay connected, provide assistance to seniors
Houston Food Bank to distribute food, cleaning supplies to Humble area
Businesses and groups adapted to keep going amid the pandemic.
Boutiques use personal touch, online sales to keep going
Craft breweries close taprooms, offer beer to-go
Lake Houston-area places of worship urge hope, adapt services
Andy Li and Hannah Zedaker contributed to this report.