Burgerim location near Generation Park closed in late January
Editor, Lake Houston | Humble | Kingwood
Kelly Schafler is the editor for the Lake Houston, Humble and Kingwood edition of Community Impact Newspaper, covering public education, city government, development, businesses, local events and all things community-related. Before she became editor, she was the reporter for the Conroe and Montgomery edition for a year and a half.
Levitated Metals, a specialty metal recycling company, broke ground Jan. 15 on its manufacturing facility at 18920 Celia Way, New Caney, in the East Montgomery County Industrial Park.
Experts: County well-positioned for moderate rent growth, average to above-average apartment occupancy for 2020 and 2021
Cheetos cheese pickles, mac and cheese eggrolls, deep-fried cheesecake: 93 food spots to try during the 2020 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo
From tried and true to something new, the food options at this year's Rodeo include classic staples and crazy concoctions.
Lone Star College System continues to make improvements to campuses through an $485 million bond that passed in 2014.
Two candidates are vying for a place as the Republican candidate for state representative for District 127 in the March 3 primary election, including incumbent Dan Huberty and Dwight Ford.
Texas Central officials announced interior plans Feb. 17 for the company's proposed high-speed train connecting Houston and Dallas.
Three candidates are in the running for a Humble City Council position, which is currently held by Allan Steagall, a multiterm incumbent who is not seeking re-election in the May 2 general election.
Four candidates are vying for a place as the Democratic candidate for state Rep. District 142 in the March 3 primary election, including incumbent Harold V. Dutton Jr., Richard Bonton, Jerry Davis and Natasha Ruiz.
State House District 141 Democratic candidates discuss the nation's health care system, critical initiatives
Two candidates are vying for a place as the Democratic candidate for state House District 141 in the March 3 primary election.
Randalls is closing five stores in the Houston area.
Humble City Council members unanimously approved an affidavit of ownership on Thursday evening, making way for the city of Humble to take formal ownership over the land associated with the Humble Cemetery.
Houston officials announced a series of longterm goals aimed at making Houston more resilient over the next 30 years.