Havana House relocates to new Magnolia location
Havana House offers Cuban sandwiches and custom cakes to its customers. (Courtesy Havana House)
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Northwest Harris County MUD No. 5—which caters to 22 subdivisions around the border of Cy-Fair and Tomball—is seeking voter approval on bond referendums that officials said will help maintain aging utility infrastructure, launch a water reclamation project and bring new trails to the community.
Budget talks have begun at the county level, with a workshop scheduled for late July.
State, federal health authorities recommend pause of Johnson & Johnson vaccine after 6 rare, severe blood clots
Hub providers in Dallas, Harris and Travis counties have all announced they will follow the recommendations and pause distribution of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
The plaza includes two 7,500-square-foot buildings with approximately six tenants slated for each.
A new Christian sports camp for youth is launching this summer in churches across the Greater Houston area.
The active COVID-19 case count in Montgomery County is the lowest it has been since October.
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Construction on Creekside Court, a KB Home community, is underway in Magnolia on Carraway Lane near FM 2978.
Evan Roberson spoke on the demand for mental health services as well as what his organization has seen over the past year.
DMV officials say no grace period following waiver of car title, registration; new housing set for Magnolia, Cypress
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‘Our hiring practice was thin at best’: Magnolia Volunteer Fire Department to ramp up hiring, disciplinary procedures
The ESD 10 board also approved completing settlement documents and issuing payment of Chuck Grant’s wrongful termination lawsuit.
The development, known as Magnolia Village, will be located across Spur 149 from Stratus Properties' proposed Magnolia Place development where H-E-B is scheduled to break ground in June, according to the release.