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Located on 14 acres directly west of New Caney ISD's Randall Reed Stadium, the space has been previously used as the site for the company's annual 4th Fest.
LSCS Chancellor Stephen Head said he anticipates keeping coronavirus safety protocols in effect through the end of the year.
Texas leaders ensure financial stability for public school districts through spring semester with hold-harmless extension
The guarantee also ensures that Texas school systems can retain their teachers for the 2020-21 school year for whom they originally budgeted.
Houston becomes first in Texas to set participation goals for LGBTQ-certified businesses in city contracts
“Until today, LGBTQ entrepreneurs couldn’t always bring their full selves to the table for fear of outing themselves and losing business, clients or their livelihoods,” said Tammi Wallace, Greater Houston LGBT Chamber of Commerce CEO. “This change means the city is saying, ‘We value you.’”
Energy reform dominates conversations, state vows to increase internet access: 3 takeaways from Montgomery County Day at the Capitol
The Conroe Lake Conroe Chamber of Commerce hosted a Montgomery County Day at the Capitol on March 2 at the Lone Star Convention Center in Conroe.
The Harris County Flood Control District announced the $14 million land purchase from Figure Four Partners in a news release March 4.
Humble, New Caney ISDs await further guidance from Texas Education Agency on health guidelines, mask mandate
Humble ISD officials said the district is awaiting further direction from the Texas Education Agency before it makes any changes to existing mask policies.
This month, the Greater Houston area will mark the anniversaries of its first confirmed COVID-19 cases as well as the first deaths attributed to the pandemic.
The Pavilion is looking at bringing live shows back this summer.
Educators, school staff and child care professionals are qualified to receive coronavirus vaccines effective immediately.
"Under this updated guidance, a public school system's current practices on masks may continue unchanged. Local school boards have full authority to determine their local mask policy," the release reads.