Read the latest business and community news from the Houston area.
Italian eateries Bocca Italian Kitchen, Lupo Pizzeria to open in Generation Park
Bocca Italian Kitchen and Lupo Pizzeria, two new Italian concepts, opened Jan. 15 at 250 Assay St., Ste. 100, Houston, in Redemption Square.
Michelin-star chefs bringing Italian, French cuisine to MFAH
Michelin-star chefs are expanding their New York City restaurants to new locations in the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston in the coming months, a New York-based restaurant group has announced.
Grocery chain Randalls to close Bellaire store in February
Randalls will be closing its Bellaire grocery store at 5130 Bellaire Blvd. in February, the store’s parent company Albertsons confirmed in an email to Community Impact Newspaper.
The Woodlands' Taste of the Town restaurant event receives two-week extension to Feb. 11
The Woodlands Area Chamber of Commerce's Taste of the Town event has officially been extended by two weeks through Feb. 11.
Local family launches Arc Electric + Lighting in Cypress
With more than 24 years of experience as an electrician, Armando Rivera started his own business after his former employer laid off staff during the COVID-19 pandemic. Arc Electric + Lighting opened a new office Jan. 1 at 18512 Cypress Rosehill Road, Cypress.
New health care facilities open in the Conroe, Montgomery area and other recent business news
De'ja Vu Beautiful Consignments held a grand opening at 13080 Hwy. 105, Conroe, on Jan. 9.
River Oaks District launches farmers market this weekend
The River Oaks District is debuting a local farmers market starting Jan. 17 as the shopping center looks to offer more outdoor experiences.
City of Katy Dog Park to install new security camera to reduce number of abandoned dogs
A new security camera will soon be installed at Katy’s dog park in an effort to reduce the number of dogs abandoned in the park.
IMPACTS ROUNDUP: Himalayan Taj now open and more
Here is a roundup of business news from Clear Lake and League City.
Houston’s grace period for bike lane parking fines ends
Houston residents now face a $100 fine for parking in bike lanes following the end of a citywide grace period.
Andrew Christman, Jake Magee, Danica Lloyd, Matt Dulin, Kelly Schafler, Hunter Marrow, Morgan Theophil and Emma Whalen contributed to this report.