Airi Poke & Ramen celebrated its one-year anniversary in Valley Ranch Town Center
(Courtesy Airi Poke & Ramen)
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By Kelly Schafler |
Managing editor, South Houston
Kelly joined Community Impact Newspaper as a reporter in June 2017 after majoring in print journalism and creative writing at the University of Houston. In March 2019, she transitioned to editor for the Lake Houston-Humble-Kingwood edition and began covering the Spring and Klein area as well in August 2020. In June 2021, Kelly was promoted to South Houston managing editor.
Construction on the project to install medians on FM 1092—also known as Murphy Road—is expected to begin in the winter and last for seven months, according to officials with TxDOT.
While the proposed tax rate is lower than the current rate, tax payers may actually end up paying more since the values of homes statewide increased this year, according to County Administrator David Berry.
Federal policy change reduces COVID-19 antibody treatment drugs coming to Montgomery County infusion center
A change in how the federal government distributes the monoclonal antibody treatment means a change for regional antibody centers administering treatments.
The Humble ISD board of trustees at a Sept. 14 meeting unanimously approved a fiscal year 2021-22 tax rate of $1.3389 per $100 valuation.
“There’s absolutely nothing done here that was in any way deviating from the most adequate protocols, and what is sad … [is] that the COVID response is being politicized." -Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo
Texas Q uses premium ingredients with proprietary sauces, rubs and spices, and has been featured on The Food Network.
The restaurant features live music and handcrafted cocktails paired with southern Creole cuisine.
Here is when Entergy will restore power to Montgomery County customers following Tropical Storm Nicholas
Entergy says most customers to have power restored Sept. 14, with hardest-hit areas set to regain power by Sept. 15.
While the trends are beginning to decline from the county's peak, ICU beds are noted to still be mostly full.
Over 150,000 residents were still without power as of the mayor’s morning update.
Shelters have been opened by the American Red Cross to help those in need following the storm.
Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo encourages residents to stay off roads, reports no fatalities due to Tropical Storm Nicholas
Hidalgo also said she expects all Harris County COVID-19 testing and vaccination sites to be open Sept. 15.