Amazon delivery station opens in Spring; Montgomery County sees shortage of COVID-19 antibody drug and more top Houston-area news

Amazon built a 219,000-square-foot delivery station in Spring that will open this week. (Emily Lincke/Community Impact Newspaper)
Amazon built a 219,000-square-foot delivery station in Spring that will open this week. (Emily Lincke/Community Impact Newspaper)

Amazon built a 219,000-square-foot delivery station in Spring that will open this week. (Emily Lincke/Community Impact Newspaper)

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Spring-Klein

219,000-square-foot Amazon delivery station coming soon to Spring

A new 219,000-square-foot Amazon delivery station will open in Spring by Sept. 11, according to Amazon Operations PR Manager Daniel Martin.

Montgomery County


Federal policy change reduces COVID-19 antibody treatment drugs coming to Montgomery County infusion center

A shift in federal distribution policy of monoclonal antibody therapeutic drugs has led to a shortage of the drug at regional infusion sites in Texas, including one in Montgomery County which opened in August.

The Woodlands

Report by retired Houston police officials critiques The Woodlands' incorporation law enforcement study

Two retired Houston Police Department officials have written an analysis of the law enforcement portion of The Woodlands' incorporation study with a summary of findings that includes their belief that the costs to establish a police department for The Woodlands are higher than those estimated in the study.

Texas' first Even Hotel now open in Shenandoah

The Even Hotel, located at 18850 David Memorial Drive, Shenandoah, became the first in the state of Texas when it opened its doors May 27.

Tomball-Magnolia

Construction begins on 838-homesite development along FM 2920, Mueschke Road

Construction has begun at Sorella, a 238-acre development along FM 2920 near Mueschke Road that will include 838 homesites, according to a Sept. 10 press release from the community.

Emily Lincke, Jishnu Nair, Vanessa Holt, Andrew Christman and Chandler France contributed to this report.


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One event to attend this weekend is Tricks & Treats in the Park. (Courtesy Canva)
5 things to do in Missouri City, Sugar Land this weekend, Oct. 22-23

If you are looking for something to do this weekend, check out one of these five events in Sugar Land and Missouri City.

Read more below for the latest five projects that have been filed in the Sugar Land and Missouri City area. (Courtesy Canva)
Check out the 5 latest projects filed in Sugar Land and Missouri City, including renovated boba tea shop

Check out the five latest commercial projects filed in Sugar Land and Missouri City.

The Fort Bend ISD board of trustees adopted a resolution denouncing the actions of fellow trustee Denetta Williams after an investigation found Williams engaged in discriminatory and abusive behaviors against a former district employee. (Claire Shoop/Community Impact Newspaper)
Fort Bend ISD board denounces conduct of trustee Denetta Williams following discrimination investigation

The resolution denouncing Williams' behavior came after a former district employee alleged she mistreated him because of his race and gender, according district documents.

Want to know more about new businesses coming to the Katy area? Below you can find details on the five latest commercial projects filed in Katy. (Courtesy Canva)
Check out the 5 latest commercial projects filed in Katy, including new Primewest Park

Want to know more about new businesses coming to the Katy area? Below you can find details on the five latest commercial projects filed in Katy.

Tomball City Council approved resolutions concerning Pine Woods and Pine Trails subdivisions Oct 18. (Community Impact Newspaper staff)
Tomball City Council approves resolutions affecting two neighborhoods

Pine Woods and Pine Trails were both the subjects of City Council resolutions Oct. 18.

The Village of Indian Springs is the smallest of The Woodlands Township’s villages. (Ally Bolender/Community Impact Newspaper)
Learn about our October featured neighborhood, Indian Springs

Named after the Native American artifacts discovered in the area from the Bidai tribe of the Atakapan people, Indian Springs is the smallest village in The Woodlands.

Fass Brewing Co. opened its brewpub on Main Street in downtown Conroe in October. (Chandler France/Community Impact Newspaper)
Craft beer scene brewing as Fass Brewing Co.’s opening marks fifth brewery in Conroe, Montgomery

Fass Brewing Co. opened its brewpub on Main Street in downtown Conroe in October.

The Big Show will take place on Oct. 23 in Tomball. It was previously scheduled to be in Montgomery. (Courtesy Woodforest)
The Big Show relocates from Woodforest to Tomball for Oct. 23 concert

Previously reported as canceled, The Big Show is relocating to the Tomball Historic Depot Plaza on Oct. 23.

Renderings of the conceptual tower were shown depicting a roughly 100-foot tower, but the intent is to build a smaller tower. A total of $2.43 million was given as an estimated cost for a 100-foot gravity tower, but presenters said the cost would scale down with a smaller tower. (Courtesy city of Frisco)
CI NATION ROUNDUP: Early concept for Frisco’s Northwest Community Park includes biking tower for ‘gravity riding’; Perky Beans Cafe now open in Leander, and more top news

Take a look at the top five trending stories across all of Community Impact Newspaper’s coverage areas as of Oct. 20.

The USTMAX Center serves as a recruiting and academic microcampus for the University of St. Thomas. (Jishnu Nair/Community Impact Newspaper)
University of St. Thomas celebrates 1-year anniversary of USTMAX Center

The center serves as a recruiting and academic microcampus for the university.

The official name of a new state-of-the-art library in the Westbury area set to replace the old Meyer Branch Library will be named after NASA astronaut Shannon Walker. (Hunter Marrow/Community Impact Newspaper)
Upcoming Westbury-area library named after local NASA astronaut

The Dr. Shannon Walker Neighborhood Library received official approval from Houston City Council during its meeting Oct. 20.