Biking Roots now open on Spring Cypress Road
Starting in fall 2020, Lone Star College will be one of the first community colleges in the state where students can work toward certain four-year degrees.
In addition to kickboxing and strength training classes, the franchise offers a 10-week group fitness program that incorporates personal coaches, body scanning and nutrition coaching.
Incumbent Cathy M. Arellano and newly-elected Rob Ellis took oaths of office for the Klein ISD Board of Trustees during the Dec. 2 board meeting.
The location offers a large selection of outdoor kitchens, bar systems, grills, fire pits, fireplaces and tiki huts.
The business offers eight daiquiri flavors year-round, including Tropical Rita, Pina Colada and Orange Octane, in addition to seasonal offerings and shots.
Known for its New York-style, kettle-boiled bagels, the eatery has been open for more than 20 years.
The official day for the 2020 census count is less than five months away, and census employees are already beginning to prepare for the April 1, 2020, count. Here is what to know about why the census is important and how it affects local communities.
This neighborhood is zoned to Klein ISD schools and annual community-sponsored events include a children’s Easter gathering, a July 4 celebration and parade, National Night Out, tennis tournaments and Breakfast with Santa.
As the number of senior adults nationwide and in the Spring and Klein area continues to grow, so does demand for residential options.
More than three decades after his grandparents first opened Potatoe Patch, Richard Andrews took ownership in August and has since been working to restore the restaurant where he grew up to its former glory.
After 45 years of selling hats at the Texas Renaissance Festival, the Carps said they will retire from the festival at the conclusion of the 2019 season, turning their attention solely to their Old Town Spring storefront.
Craft beer industry thrives in Spring, Klein as state legislation changes, but brewers say challenges persist
The Spring and Klein area has seen a growing presence of craft brewers in the last five years as the craft beer industry continues to navigate changes in statewide laws that affect it.