The Popcorn Bag to relocate farther west on Spring Cypress Road
Owned by Tim Voigt, the business opened in December 2011 and specializes in gourmet popcorn, boasting more than 40 sweet and savory flavors that change seasonally. (Courtesy The Popcorn Bag)
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By Hannah Zedaker |
As demand for vaccines has fallen, officials are looking for ways to make them more accessible.
Superintendent Mark Henry released a statement about the future of the district's mask mandate and virtual learning option.
The district saw about a 9% decrease in new cases confirmed over the previous week.
The Texas Department of Transportation will host a virtual meeting April 27 regarding safety improvements slated for the FM 2920 corridor between I-45 and Tomball, according to a public notice.
Vaccinations at any of Kelsey-Seybold Clinic's 26 Greater Houston-area locations are available Monday through Friday from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. by appointment only at no cost to the individual or family.
Some 186,223 doses have been administered in the area, and 71,463 residents have been fully vaccinated as of April 12.
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The program, which began this week in San Marcos, gives Amazon and Whole Foods employees and contractors direct access to COVID-19 vaccinations.
The new cafe will offer traditional Cajun cuisine for lunch and dinner with menu items ranging from boudin to gumbo pie—a House of Roux original.
The proposed bond is a continuation of a $7 million park bond previously approved by voters in 2005 that fully funded the development of Cy-Champ Park, which opened at the intersection of Cutten and Hargrave Roads in 2008.
The project included the addition of newly landscaped areas, complimentary surface parking, LED lighting and new entry signage as well as the removal of several former retail and multipurpose buildings on HCA's 21-acre campus to allow for more green space near the hospital's main entrance.
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