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First announced in April 2019, the long-anticipated Willowbrook restaurant will serve the brand's signature hamburgers, shakes and french fries, which will also be available "animal style." (Courtesy In-N-Out Burger)
First announced in April 2019, the long-anticipated Willowbrook restaurant will serve the brand's signature hamburgers, shakes and french fries, which will also be available "animal style." (Courtesy In-N-Out Burger)

First announced in April 2019, the long-anticipated Willowbrook restaurant will serve the brand's signature hamburgers, shakes and french fries, which will also be available "animal style." (Courtesy In-N-Out Burger)

Read the top stories in September on Community Impact Newspaper's website from the Houston area.

Spring-Klein

In-N-Out Burger to open Willowbrook location Sept. 4


In-N-Out Burger will open its newest Greater Houston-area location at 7611 FM 1960 W., Houston, on Sept. 4, In-N-Out Marketing Communications Specialist Kathleen Luppi said in an email Sept. 3.

Heights-River Oaks-Montrose



Houston Police Department to join Harris County cite-and-release program


The Houston Police Department is planning to implement a cite-and-release program for some minor offenses, which, under current policy, would require officers to bring offenders to the Harris County Jail.

Cy-Fair

See how many students will be taking classes virtually, in person at each Cy-Fair ISD campus starting Sept. 8


Results from a recent survey distributed to Cy-Fair ISD families from July 27-Aug. 25 indicated more than half of all district students are expected to engage in virtual classes during the first grading period of 2020-21.

Sugar Land-Missouri City

DATA: See how many students will receive in-person, online learning for each Fort Bend ISD campus

Fort Bend ISD families selected whether their students would continue with online learning or return in person for the second nine weeks of instruction through a survey Sept. 3-10.

Tomball-Magnolia

After 80 years in Tomball, Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2427 hits hard times

Established in October 1940, Tomball’s local Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2427 has hit hard times after closing its doors following state-level regulations on bars across the state amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Hannah Zedaker, Danica Lloyd, Emma Whalen, Claire Shoop and Adriana Rezal contributed to this report.






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Harris County Emergency Services District No. 11 met Jan. 21 at its new administrative offices. (Andy Li/Community Impact Newspaper)
Harris County Emergency Services District No. 11 lays groundwork for 911 dispatching plans

Cypress Creek EMS currently serves as a dispatch facility for 17 emergency agencies.

“Hope is on the horizon,” Fort Bend County Judge KP George said at a press conference Jan. 4. “The vaccine is here.”
Vaccine distribution starts in Fort Bend County and more top Houston-area news

Read the most popular news from the past week from the Houston area.

As of Jan. 21, Spring ISD has 125 active cases and Klein ISD has 99. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
Spring, Klein ISDs see COVID-19 active case counts decrease districtwide

Both districts saw their active case counts drop after recording relatively high counts the week prior.

One local health system leader said he expects everyone, including those under age 65, will have access to the vaccine within the next 90 days. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
Houston-area health system leaders talk progress, hurdles during COVID-19

Officials from CHI St. Luke’s Health and UTMB Health said community members must remain vigilant as case counts climb but that they expect the current surge to peak by early February.

During a North Houston Association meeting Jan. 20, Jazz Hamilton—first vice president with the Retail Brokerage Services Group for CBRE—discussed how the future of retail will likely be shaped by the conveniences to which consumers have become accustomed amid the coronavirus pandemic. (Ronald Winters/Community Impact Newspaper)
Pandemic-induced retail conveniences are here to stay, official says

According to Jazz Hamilton, first vice president with the Retail Brokerage Services group for CBRE, between January and November of 2020, consumers spent almost $550 billion online—a 33% increase from 2019.

Spring ISD’s enrollment is 1,630 students less than the previous projection for the 2020-21 school year. (Courtesy Spring ISD)
Pandemic leaves Spring, Klein school districts underenrolled, facing financial challenges

Education leaders are fighting for financial security through the 2020-21 school year.

Spring and Klein health care workers at local hospitals began receiving COVID-19 vaccinations in mid-December.
Vaccine distribution continues among Spring, Klein hospitals

Spring and Klein health care workers at local hospitals began receiving COVID-19 vaccinations in mid-December.

The estimated number of active COVID-19 cases in Harris County has surpassed 50,000, reaching 51,362 as of the most recent data Jan. 20, according to the Harris County Public Health Department. (Community Impact staff)
Harris County coronavirus count: Active cases top 50,000

See the latest trends on COVID-19 in Harris County.

The number of homes sold increased in all nine ZIP codes year over year. (Community Impact staff)
See how the Spring, Klein real estate market fared in November 2020

The number of homes sold increased in all nine ZIP codes year over year.

In addition to vaccine hubs, there are also smaller community vaccine providers throughout Texas, such as pharmacies, that may also have the vaccine available. (Eva Vigh/Community Impact Newspaper)
EXPLAINED: When, where and how Texans can receive the COVID-19 vaccine

As Texas is still in the early stages of rolling out the COVID-19 vaccine, many Texans are still unsure about where, when and how they can get inoculated.

The barbecue eatery is the second Killen's Restaurant Group venture to launch in The Woodlands area. (Courtesy Killen's Barbecue)
Killen's Barbecue opens in The Woodlands and more Houston-area news

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