Spout Car Wash now open in League City
By Jake Magee
Jake Magee has been a print journalist for a few years, covering topics such as city government, education, business and more. Starting off at a daily newspaper in southern Wisconsin, Magee covered two small cities before being promoted to covering city government in the heart of newspaper's coverage area. He moved to Houston in mid-2018 to be an editor with Community Impact. In his free time, Magee enjoys playing video games, jamming on the drums and bass, longboarding and petting his cat.
About 1.5 miles of Red Bluff Road between Hwy. 146 and Kirby Boulevard will be widened from three lanes to five.
With May and November elections and their runoffs looming, voters will be heading to the polls often, and it all starts with the primary elections less than six weeks away.
Clear Creek ISD board approves partnership with child care centers in effort to implement House Bill 3
The Clear Creek ISD board of trustees on Jan. 20 approved a partnership between the district and select child care centers to help day care staff better prepare prekindergarten students for daily life at CCISD schools.
New reading assistance applications, approaches empower Clear Creek ISD students in special education
In an effort to better support Clear Creek ISD special education students’ reading skills, the district has implemented two web-based applications and a multi-sensory approach to word cards at various pilot campuses.
A METRO study on eliminating ride fares left board members and officials unconvinced of the likelihood of implementing it in Harris County.
A 2,000-foot road will be constructed between FM 518 and Hwy. 146 in Seabrook to create a new access point for residents and visitors who want to access retail and entertainment businesses.
The second of five phases is complete in Exploration Green, Clear Lake City Water Authority’s project to turn a former golf course into a pond that will eventually hold 500 million gallons of stormwater.
As a part of the I-45 widening project between FM 518 and FM 517, the Texas Department of Transportation will reconstruct the intersection of I-45 and League City Parkway.
Turner Street will be rebuilt from the new roundabout on Calder Road to where it intersects with Butler Road to the west, and Butler will be reconstructed from that intersection north to where it intersects with League City Parkway.
Lower-level seating options are already very limited.
The renovations include a hotel-style central bar and lounge and new options for guests, including heated seating, blanket service and priority food and beverage service.
The center will provide homes for district programs that have outgrown their space or did not have a location.