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The property at 7620 Washington Ave.—formerly a brick and construction material supply business—includes a 12,595-square-foot showroom and a 19,250-square-foot warehouse.
FM Kitchen & Bar to open second location on Westheimer Road and 4 other restaurant announcements around Montrose, the Heights
A slate of new bars and restaurants has been announced for the area, and several others opened earlier this month.
Houston officials have announced yet another development coming to the Houston Spaceport.
Eisenberg explained why home prices are rising at a June 9 Greater Houston Builders Association luncheon.
A pilot program that aims to reduce wait times for towing after freeway accidents got an extension June 9.
The Garden Oaks-based nonprofit more than doubled the number of children it served per day during the coronavirus pandemic, and officials are looking to boost those numbers even higher.
Harris County identifies racial disparities in use of force, citations from law enforcement agencies
Analysis in the report included racial demographics in instances of consent search, contraband discovery, traffic stops that led to arrests, types of citations or warnings, and use of force.
Single-family home sales were up 48.2% compared to a year ago, with 9,702 units sold versus 6,546 a year earlier.
Kristin Nelson was inspired by her sister-in-law and her neighbor, both nurses, who had previously sent her selfies of them decked out in PPE.
The bills will go into effect Sept. 1 and aim to reform ERCOT leadership and increase accountability and communication among power agencies.