CBD American Shaman's new FM 1960 location now open in Cy-Fair
CBD American Shaman opened April 20 on FM 1960.
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Texas Central could be one step closer to starting construction.
Harris County Flood Control District Executive Director Russ Poppe announced his resignation June 11.
"This is unusual for this early in the summer season," said Woody Rickerson, ERCOT vice president of grid planning and operations, in a news release.
The Juneteenth Legacy Project, which aims to recontextualize the day and properly communicate its story and relevance, is hosting or advertising numerous events over the course of the holiday weekend.
Q&A: Jackie Ward, Texas Children's Hospital chief nursing officer, discusses career, nursing during COVID-19
Prior to becoming chief nursing officer, Missouri City resident Jackie Ward worked as an oncology nurse and in a variety of leadership roles at Texas Children's Hospital.
Kristah Slate started Acton Academy Cy-Fair in 2019 with a campus near Jersey Village, and the school is set to launch a second location this fall.
State Reps. Harless, Swanson reflect on 87th legislative session bills, events from pandemic to Winter Storm Uri
State Reps. Sam Harless and Valoree Swanson talked ERCOT and criminal justice reform, gun safety, senior living and redistricting at the June 10 Houston Northwest Chamber of Commerce's State of the State luncheon.
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The widening project between Fry and Greenhouse roads is estimated to cost $1.87 million.
Funded through grants, the summer programming will be free to attendees.
Throughout the pandemic, Tuscany has adapted by signing up to platforms such as Uber Eats and DoorDash, creating a patio for outdoor seating, and bringing in live music on Fridays and Saturdays.