Curry Masala opens in The Woodlands and more Houston-area news

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The Woodlands

Curry Masala to serve Indo-Pak cuisine at Rayford Road


Indian-Pakistani restaurant Curry Masala announced its second location at 610 Rayford Road, Spring, will be opening Sept. 15.

Lone Star College announces launch of video game competitions beginning Oct. 14



Lone Star College announced the launch of intramural video game competitions and tournament services through a collaboration with organization CSL Esports on Sept. 14.

6 places to see live music in The Woodlands area in September and October

Several venues in The Woodlands offer live music this fall as well as the last performance of a summer outdoor concert series at Hughes Landing.

11 things to do in The Woodlands area in September and October: Food and Wine Week, Arts in the Park and 9 more

Read more about upcoming events in The Woodlands.

Tomball-Magnolia

Wing of Fire eatery and bar now open on FM 1488 in Magnolia

The city of Magnolia's newest eatery, Wing of Fire, opened for business Sept. 15, according to business owner Kimberly Hildebrand. Located at 18423 FM 1488, Ste. B, Magnolia, the restaurant specializes in chicken wings and offers a full bar.

ROUNDUP: 6 business updates in Tomball, Magnolia

See the latest business news from Tomball and Magnolia.

Conroe-Montgomery

Tiger Den Nutrition now open in Conroe serving teas, shakes

Tiger Den Nutrition opened Sept. 11 at 715 W. Davis St., Ste. A, Conroe. The store provides healthy teas that pack vitamins, collagen, biotin and protein, and no sugar.

Lake Houston-Humble-Kingwood

Partners in Primary Care now open in Humble

Partners in Primary Care will host a virtual grand opening Sept. 24 for its Humble location at 9688 FM 1960 Bypass Road, Humble. The senior-focused primary care provider first opened in late August.

Spring-Klein

The Tailored Teacher in Spring, The Woodlands areas offers support for students during coronavirus pandemic

Lindsayann Anderson founded The Tailored Teacher in 2014 because she wanted to provide individual support for students with special needs. Now, in the wake of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the business has expanded to help all students cope with the uncharted waters of remote learning.

Bellaire-Meyerland-West University Place

The Raven Grill resumes Sunday brunch service

Longtime neighborhood restaurant The Raven Grill, located at 1916 Bissonnet St., Houston, is resuming Sunday brunch service for the first time in several months. The restaurant has been open for evening dine-in and curbside service, and Sunday brunch will be available by curbside as well as dine-in.

Houston Ballet Nutcracker Market 2020 moves fall event fully online

The Houston Ballet Nutcracker Market, celebrating its 40th year and previously scheduled for Nov. 11-15 at NRG Center, has been canceled, organizers announced Sept. 16, citing health concerns over COVID-19.

After temporary closure, Bellaire Broiler now up for sale

The Bellaire Broiler Burger business and property at 5216 Bellaire Blvd., Bellaire, are now up for sale, according to the business's voicemail message.

Heights-River Oaks-Montrose

River Oaks Chamber Orchestra set to launch new season with 'Starburst'

The River Oaks Chamber Orchestra launches its 16th season, themed “Color and Light,” on Sept. 26, the organization announced.

"Starburst," its first concert, will be a livestreamed performance based at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion without an in-person audience.

Katy

1000 Degrees Pizza, Salad, Wings coming to Greenhouse Road in the Katy area in November

Jim Cossette plans to open a 1000 Degrees Pizza, Salad, Wings location in mid-November in the Katy area at 1922 Greenhouse Road, Ste. 800, Houston. At 1000 Degrees Pizza, Salad, Wings, customers can build their own Neapolitan pizza with various meats, vegetables, cheeses and sauces.

Matt Dulin, Beth Marshall, Hunter Marrow, Ben Thompson, Adriana Rezal, Andrew Christman and Andy Li contributed to this report.



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Less than 1,600 cases are currently active in the county, a drop of more than 5% since Sept. 21. (Community Impact Newspaper staff)
Active COVID-19 cases in Montgomery County drop 5.5% on Sept. 22-28; 3 new deaths reported

The county's cumulative case count passed 10,900 on Sept. 28, more than 14% of which remain active.

Austin, Brazoria, Fort Bend, Waller and Wharton county judges joined a Greater Houston Partnership panel discussion Sept. 25. (Screenshot via Greater Houston Partnership)
Greater Houston judges discuss COVID-19 management, economic recovery

Leaders from Austin, Brazoria, Fort Bend, Waller and Wharton counties joined a Greater Houston Partnership panel in late September to discuss COVID-19.

Lone Star College has been awarded a $750,000 grant through the Department of Education. (Danica Smithwick/Community Impact Newspaper)
Lone Star College awarded $750,000 federal grant

The grant is anticipated to be sustained for five years.

Members of the Harris County Commissioners Court are expected to discuss where to set the property tax rate for fiscal year 2020-21 at a Sept. 29 meeting, and a recently released recommendation from the county's budget office suggests a no-new-revenue rate could be proposed to support the county's general needs. (Courtesy Fotolia)
Harris County budget office recommends tax rate decrease ahead of Sept. 29 discussion

However, officials are proposing a tax rate increase for the county's flood control district.

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November 2020 election: Who's on the ballot and how to vote in Montgomery County

Races at the national, state, county and local levels will be contested in the Nov. 3 general election.

The Woodlands Township board of directors held a virtual meeting Sept. 23. (Screenshot via The Woodlands Township)
The Woodlands Township plans to begin holding in-person board meetings again in October

After six months of virtual meetings, The Woodlands Township board of directors meetings will resume in-person with several safety precautions and screening procedures in place.

Gov. Greg Abbott at a press conference
Gov. Greg Abbott to allocate $171M from CARES Act to help renters at risk of eviction

Gov. Greg Abbott will allocate more than $171 million in renters assistance from the federal coronavirus relief package to eligible Texans.

Menu items include fried, grilled and boiled seafood platters as well as Cajun staples ranging from gumbo and shrimp etouffee to boudin balls and po'boys. (Courtesy The Catch)
Cajun eatery The Catch coming to Willowbrook and more Houston news

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The North Houston Highway Improvement Project proposes re-routing I-45 through the East End and Fifth Ward and expanding it through the Northside. (Nathan Colbert/Community Impact Newspaper)
TxDOT releases environmental report, a pivotal step in I-45 rebuild

The report is one of the final steps before the project rerouting much of I-45 through downtown can begin.

2020 voter guide, i voted sticker
November 2020 election: Here are the candidates on the ballot for Harris County local races

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Fewer than 500 COVID-19 patients—478—are currently checked in at Texas Medical Center hospitals. (Community Impact staff)
Texas Medical Center COVID-19 hospitalizations drop 30% in three weeks

Fewer than 500 COVID-19 patients—478—are currently checked in at Texas Medical Center hospitals.