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H-E-B-anchored The Market at Willis Shopping Center breaks ground
The Market at Willis Shopping Center, a 69.7-acre development, has broken ground at the southeast corner of I-45 and FM 1097 and will bring the first H-E-B to Willis.
Inside Senate Bill 15: Texas lawmakers approve state funding for virtual learning
Gov. Greg Abbott signed a bill into law that will expand remote learning possibilities during the pandemic for independent school districts and open-enrollment charter schools.
City of Tomball agrees to enter negotiations with Lovett Industrial to develop 240-acre tract at Hwy. 249, Rocky Road
Tomball City Council members approved a resolution Sept. 7 to begin negotiations with Lovett Industrial to develop a 240-acre tract of land located at Hwy. 249 and Rocky Road west of the Hwy. 249 and Grand Parkway interchange.
Clear Lake H-E-B closing to make way for new location
H-E-B at 16811 El Camino Real, Houston, will be closing as early as Dec. 1.
Harris County Flood Control District to begin demolition of Raveneaux Country Club
The Harris County Flood Control District will begin the demolition of the former site of Raveneaux Country Club on or about Sept. 14, district officials announced in a news release Sept. 7.
Jake Magee, Anna Lotz, Jishnu Nair, Chandler France and Hannah Zedaker contributed to this report.