El Paso Mexican Grill to mark one year on FM 1960
El Paso Mexican Grill offers Mexican fare such as enchiladas al carbon. (Courtesy El Paso Mexican Grill)
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Nominees received yard signs that were out on lawns for approximately two weeks in July.
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Although those who are vaccinated are very unlikely to end up in the hospital, officials said wearing masks in certain situations could help reduce transmissions to the more susceptible unvaccinated.
The district will take over providing emergency medical services across more than 177 square miles of north Harris County, currently being provided by Cypress Creek Emergency Medical Services, on Sept. 1.
Smaller than the typical Buffalo Wild Wings sports bar, the new concept offers pickup and delivery service as well as limited indoor seating.
As of July 21, Memorial Hermann has changed its visitor policy in light of a recent increase in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations in the Greater Houston area.
While Houston job recovery lags due to the pandemic, area home sales are strong, according to the Greater Houston Partnership.
The business is relocating from Old Town Spring to Oak Ridge Drive and will open Aug. 3.