Marsalas Italian Grill opened on Atascocita Road in July
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Sourced by funding from the American Rescue Plan Act, eligible residents will receive a one-time payment of $1,500 to support urgent needs.
Montgomery County commissioners debated the possibility of a 5% raise in salaries across the board as a priority for the 2021-22 fiscal year budget.
The downtown annual parade and festival, scheduled for Sept. 25, will be replaced by a Montrose block party and other events, organizers announced July 25.
NEW CDC GUIDANCE: All individuals should wear masks in K-12 schools, including those who are fully vaccinated
The new CDC guidance, announced July 27, also recommends people in areas with "high" or "substantial" levels of transmission wear masks regardless of vaccination status.
Progress on home reconstructions in some areas has stalled or moved forward with a different style and sometimes smaller layout than the homes had prior to the storm.
Texas Medical Center coronavirus updates: Average testing positivity rate nears 10% after sharp increase
Over 97% of people nationwide who are being hospitalized because of the disease are unvaccinated.
Pearland petition to change alcohol laws achieves signatures requirement and more recent Greater Houston-area news
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'The vaccines we have are effective against all the variants out there': Houston Methodist's Dr. Ian Glass discusses variants, vaccinations
As Houston Methodist identified its first case of the lambda variant July 19, Dr. Glass believes vaccines can handle known variants.
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Regulators: Texas electric grid prepared for potentially record-breaking demand next week; 'once-in-a-generation reforms' underway
The heads of the agencies in charge of the Texas electric grid met in Austin on July 22 to provide updates on their grid reform efforts.
The port is joining a growing number of local and regional bodies interested in updating policies to increase participation from minority and women-owned businesses.
The new satellite office offers driver's license renewals and replacements as well as updates to existing information on licenses.