Read updates on how local businesses are reacting in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
Houston Northwest Chamber of Commerce launches dues relief program
To provide relief for local businesses struggling as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, the Houston Northwest Chamber of Commerce launched a dues relief program April 1.
Gaming stores create virtual connection during coronavirus outbreak
As Montgomery County continues to operate under a stay-at-home order due to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, game stores have found new ways to remain connected to their customers.
Walk-On’s Sports Bistreaux offering curbside pickup, delivery, alcohol to-go in Spring
Walk-On’s Sports Bistreaux opened in Grand Parkway Marketplace II at 21930 Kuykendahl Road, Spring, in March. While the restaurant was initially planning to host a grand opening celebration March 23, due to the coronavirus outbreak Walk-On’s Sports Bistreaux is open for curbside pickup and delivery only.
‘It is a different world right now’: Nonessential Magnolia businesses face uncertain futures
Businesses deemed nonessential—such as salons and gyms—have been forced to close temporarily to comply with county and state measures to slow the spread of the new coronavirus disease.
Lake Houston-area boutiques use personal touch, online sales to keep going in coronavirus crisis
In the midst of the coronavirus outbreak, Lake Houston-area boutique owners are adapting to keep their businesses running, all while being dubbed “nonessential.”
Hannah Zedaker, Andy Li, Dylan Sherman and Kelly Schafler contributed to this report.