Formosa Bubble Teahouse now open on Telge Road in Cypress
Formosa Bubble Teahouse is now open on Telge Road.
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By Danica Smithwick |
By Danica Lloyd
From spring break virtual events for kids to spring markets, a number of Tomball- and Magnolia-area organizations will be hosting events this March.
The organization is open to all and serves members throughout the Greater Houston area.
Business owners share winter storm experiences; luxury retreat with goats coming to Willis and more Houston-area news from February
Read business and community news from the past month from the Houston area.
Nearly 20,000 vaccine doses were allocated to the county's two vaccine hubs and several additional providers for the week of March 1.
The clinic will continue operations through 5:30 p.m. Feb. 27.
Harvest Market 'grocerant' opens in Montgomery; business updates from The Woodlands and more Houston-area news
Read the latest business and community news from the Houston area.
Large multipurpose complex coming to Fort Bend County; Sugar Land to widen University Blvd. and more top Houston-area news
Read the top business and community news from the past week from the Houston area.
Legislators probe energy officials over power failures, lack of preparation heading into winter storm
The Texas Legislature held hearings Feb. 25 with energy companies including Oncor Electric Delivery and the Electric Reliability Council of Texas in response to last week’s historic winter storm, which left millions of Texans without electricity for days.
The Tomball and Magnolia area has seen a number of recent business openings in recent weeks.
Q&A: Greater Houston Builders Association President Keith Luechtefeld discusses power, plumbing, frozen pipes after Winter Storm Uri
Keith Luechtefeld spoke with Community Impact Newspaper about some of the short-term and long-term repercussions of the storm as well as some of the reasons why so many homes saw burst pipes during the freezing weather.
City residents were put under a nine-day boil water notice after freezing temperatures and electricity outages caused the city's water plants to suffer a loss of water pressure.
District offiicials have said they hope Phase 1 of construction will be complete by August.