Fowler Tax Services relocates to Queenston Blvd. in Cy-Fair
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The special session will be Aug. 17 with 17 items on the agenda ranging from bail reform to employment.
Although students in Cy-Fair ISD will no longer have the option to learn remotely, Google Chromebooks distributed last year will be incorporated into the classroom experience this school year.
Texas' chief state epidemiologist urges the community to get vaccinated as COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and deaths rise
Covid-19 cases, hospitalizations and deaths are on the rise, particularly within unvaccinated populations
Metropolitan Transit Authority outlines light rail funding developments, COVID-19 ridership effect on METRONext
At a North Houston Association transportation committee meeting, METRO President Tom Lambert provided an update about the METRONext Moving Forward plan.
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Read the latest business and community news from the Greater Houston area, including the opening of a professional wrestling figure collector shop.
Several community events are planned in Cy-Fair this month—from camps for students to live music and a market featuring local makers.
Greg Smith is the former superintendent of Clear Creek ISD and became executive director of Fast Growth School Coalition in December 2020.
ESD 11 will continue to receive shipments of four to five new ambulances every week until all have been received.
The project will feature an 8,600-square-foot clubhouse, a resort-style pool, an outdoor lounge, a fitness center and a yoga/spin room.
The wrestling shop sells new and limited-edition WWE action figures.
The restaurant will be closed until further notice as renovations take place.
The county saw the second straight week of active cases increasing by over 1,000. COVID-19 hospitalization reached 12.4% of total hospital capacity.