Crave Hot Dogs & Barbecue to open in January at Westlake Marketplace
Crave Hot Dogs & Barbecue will open in early January in Westlake Marketplace. (Courtesy Crave Hot Dogs & Barbecue)
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.
A broken water line near the Loop 610 that spurred Houston Public Works to issue a boil-water notice across the Houston-area—including the Atascocita area—has caused Humble ISD to close 13 campuses on Friday, Feb. 28.
Boil-water notice issued to portions of Atascocita, Fall Creek area following Houston water line break
The city of Houston has ordered a boil water notice for parts of the Houston area in response to a 96-inch main line water break in east Houston that flooded a portion of Loop 610 and Clinton Drive on Feb. 27, Houston Public Works confirmed.
Three Democratic candidates are running in the primary for Texas' 2nd congressional district.
The entire indigent burial program costs the county between $30,000-$36,000 per year.
“What we are saying is, ‘Step up dads.'" -Jeff Springer, Suit Up Ministries founder
A new Smoothie King is expected to open in March at 12029 N. Grand Parkway E., Ste. 120, New Caney, in Valley Ranch Town Center.
It has been 50 years since Kingwood was founded in 1970, and longtime residents said the community still remains a livable forest and offers the same small-town feel it did in its early years.
Burger Buzz opened Jan. 11 at 20131 Hwy. 59, Ste. 2132, Humble, in the Deerbrook Mall.
Dissenting commissioners said they were caught off-guard by the move.
Hidalgo said this program would “inject a measure of fairness into our justice system” for individuals and families who do not have access to legal services.
The report concludes the office does not have a racial profiling problem.
Lone Star College-Kingwood will break ground March 2 on the new Lone Star Health Professions Center, which will be the home of five different health-related industries beginning in fall 2021.