Pearland's Tutoring Club launches virtual platform
Clear Creek ISD internal audit finds 91% accuracy in COVID-19-related exclusions among students, staff
The superintendent's target for 2021-22, as approved by the board, is to have 90% of student exclusions fall within district parameters, which are aligned with Texas Education Agency and Texas Department of State Health Services guidelines.
The college officially hit 60 years on Sept. 18 and is celebrating the anniversary with a theme of “60 years of service."
CI TEXAS ROUNDUP: Neighborhood near PGA Frisco could see larger lots; ERCOT says Texas power grid ready for expected winter demand and more top news
Take a look at the top five trending stories across Community Impact Newspaper’s coverage areas in Texas as of Nov. 24.
Amazon fulfillment center opens in Richmond; Dutch Bros Coffee to bring new location to Cypress and more top news from the Greater Houston area
Catch up on the latest business news from Greater Houston.
Baylor College of Medicine: Tips for staying safe and healthy this Thanksgiving as the pandemic continues
Check out some helpful advice from a medical expert on how to stay safe and healthy during Thanksgiving.
Samsung makes it official: Announcement from Governor's Mansion confirms $17B facility coming to Taylor
Nearly a year after Williamson County officials began pitching Samsung to bring a megafacility to the area, the electronics giant has made it official.
San Jacinto College's training center will play a vital role in strengthening the Bay Area’s aerospace industry presence, according to local education leaders.
NASA has selected Intuitive Machines to deliver four science and technology demonstration payloads to Reiner Gamma, which is a feature on the moon, according to a Nov. 17 media release.
CI TEXAS ROUNDUP: Fort Worth restaurant Shuck Me is fishing- and family-centric; a guide to Houston's 2021 Thanksgiving Day Parade and more top news
Take a look at the top five trending stories across Community Impact Newspaper’s coverage areas in Texas as of Nov. 23.
An average of 17.2 veterans died by suicide daily in 2019—a 36% increase from 2001, according to a report released by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs in September.
“Once we had a coffeehouse and people were coming into that house-type environment and then you start to see relationships flourish, that’s what makes our hearts beat,” Geoff said. “Coffee was a catalyst for that.”
Heading into Thanksgiving, here is the status of COVID-19 in Texas Medical Center hospitals.