Dunkin' to open in Kingwood
Dunkin' plans to open a location in Kingwood. (Courtesy Dunkin')
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By Andy Li | | Updated
By Andy Li
Norman Funderburk was sworn in as mayor and incumbents Charles “Andy” Curry and Charles Cunningham were also sworn in after being re-elected to places 1 and 2, respectively.
See how some Greater Houston area school districts are planning to go back to school for the 2021-22 academic year
While some school districts in the Greater Houston area are doing away with face mask requirements and virtual schooling completely, others are pivoting to continue offering online learning options for students and plan to require face masks.
The guidance states fully vaccinated people do not need to wear masks indoors or outdoors.
Single-family home sales were up 47.4% compared to April 2020.
Supporters say the change will help restaurants continue to recover from the economic effects of the coronavirus pandemic.
New details could emerge soon on the potential use of underground tunnels to carry flood water in Harris County, and officials voted May 11 to dedicate an additional $3.26 million to study efforts along Buffalo Bayou.
Middle School No. 10 will open in August 2022 near Ridge Creek Elementary School.
The Italian eatery—located in the space formerly occupied by RC's NYC Pizza & Pasta—will also feature an outdoor patio.
Drivers will have until May 2023 to get the Real ID, which will be required for adults boarding a U.S. commercial flight.
The Woodforest Bank Stadium vaccine hub is set to close June 3. First doses are no longer being provided at the location.
'I am convinced we will beat COVID': American Medical Association President Susan Bailey discusses vaccine successes, myths, challenges
Bailey was elected president of the American Medical Association in June 2020. Much of the organization's focus during that time has been on vaccine transparency and distribution.
The $36.1 million improvements include a new adult education facility, a new middle school and interior renovations to the department's existing Ronald W. Reagan Administration Building.