Pepperoni's restaurant to open in Spring and more Greater Houston news

A new Pepperoni's franchise is expected to open in Spring in September. (Courtesy Pepperoni's)
A new Pepperoni's franchise is expected to open in Spring in September. (Courtesy Pepperoni's)

A new Pepperoni's franchise is expected to open in Spring in September. (Courtesy Pepperoni's)

Read the latest business and community news from the Houston area.

Spring-Klein

Pepperoni's to open first franchise pizzeria in Spring

A franchise location of Pepperoni's pizzeria is expected to open in September along the Grand Parkway in Spring.

Spring-Klein Baseball Academy has relocated to new Klein location



Spring-Klein Baseball Academy opened in early August at its new location at 4750 FM 2920, Ste. 505, Klein. The business offers individual and team training for children new to or advanced in baseball.

Klein ISD releases face mask, screening guidelines for 2020-21 school year

Klein ISD released plans for contact tracing and COVID-19 reporting for the 2020-21 school year in an Aug. 28 update. The update also included information about district policy on face masks, cleaning and screening for the virus.

Cy-Fair

Second location of Katy's Kurry Walah coming soon to Grant Road in Cypress

A new location of the Katy-based Indian restaurant Kurry Walah is slated to open in the coming weeks at 12714 Grant Road, Cypress.

Tomball-Magnolia

Tomball's first bridal boutique to open this fall

Candice Gold will open Oz Bridal at 120 W. Main St., Tomball, on Sept. 10. The city's first bridal boutique will offer wedding dresses and accessories for the Southern bride, featuring dresses by Nashville designer Olia Zavozina.

Pearland-Friendswood

IMPACT ROUNDUP: Two fitness facilities coming soon to Friendswood

Both Club Pilates and F45 Fitness are opening in Friendswood in the coming weeks.

Bay Area

BUSINESS ROUNDUP: The Burger Joint coming to Bay Area and more

Here is a roundup of local business news in Clear Lake and League City.

The Woodlands

Great Expectations Spa announces October opening in Market Street

Great Expectations Spa, a mobile spa servicing pregnant women and their families, announced it is planning on opening a location at 9595 Six Pines Drive, Ste. 8210, The Woodlands, this October.

Harris County

Harris County mask order extended

Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo extended the county's mandatory mask order Aug. 26.

Instead of a set expiration date Aug. 26, the order is set to end 14 days after Gov. Greg Abbott declares an end to Texas' public health state of disaster.

Ben Thompson, Anna Lotz, Shawn Arrajj, Hayley Morrison, Jake Magee, Andy Li, Emma Whalen and Andrew Christman contributed to this report.



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The Texas Legislature held hearings Feb. 25 with energy companies including Oncor Electric Delivery and the Electric Reliability Council of Texas in response to last week’s historic winter storm, which left millions of Texans without electricity for days.

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Klein ISD and Spring ISD were closed Feb. 15-19 due to the winter storm. (Community Impact staff)
Klein, Spring ISDs see drops in COVID-19 case counts after winter weather shutdown

Both school districts were closed last week due to winter weather and school breaks.

After being closed for six years, Wunsche Brothers Cafe & Saloon reopened Feb. 1 in Old Town Spring at 103 Midway St., Spring. (Hannah Zedaker/Community Impact Newspaper)
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Harris County ESD No. 11 commissioners met for a meeting Feb. 25. (Courtesy Cypress Creek EMS)
Harris County ESD No. 11 begins construction process on new facility

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Winter Storm Uri led to closures across the Greater Houston area during the third week of February. (Courtesy Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County)
‘It’s been a rough year for us’: Expert explains economic effects of winter storm, ongoing pandemic in Houston region

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