Lithium Crossfit takes over Chalk Bucket Crossfit in Magnolia
Chalk Bucket Crossfit became Lithium Crossfit in early April.
Kara started with Community Impact Newspaper as the summer intern for the south Houston office in June 2018 after graduating with a bachelor's degree in mass communication from Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls, Texas. She became the Tomball/Magnolia reporter in September 2018. Prior to CI, Kara served as the editor-in-chief of The Wichitan—Midwestern State University's student-run campus newspaper—and interned with both the Wichita Adult Literacy Council and VeepWorks.
Lone Star College-Kingwood has loaned medical supplies to area hospitals to combat coronavirus.
The Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County suspended all Park & Ride routes except those serving the Texas Medical Center, effective March 30.
A proposition asking Montgomery County voters to approve a 1% increase in sales tax to support the Magnolia Volunteer Fire Department will appear on the May 2 ballot.
As counties and cities across the region issue shelter-in-place orders to combat the spread of the coronavirus, find out more information on what they mean for your community in the stories below.
As non-essential businesses like bars and music venues are forced to close due to coronavirus concerns, musicians find themselves performing for audiences behind computer screens and asking for virtual tips.
The stimulus package passed through Congress this week and was expected to be signed by President Donald Trump on March 27.
“This comes as no surprise. There is no reason to be alarmed," the county judge said.
Texas Tribune: Many Texans in Congress scrambled to join vote as US House passes coronavirus spending bill
President Donald Trump is expected to sign the bill into law.
According to Serna, on an average day the Texas Workforce Commission’s four call centers statewide receive 13,000-14,000 calls; on March 22, the agency received 100,000 calls regarding unemployment insurance benefit inquiries.
County Judge Mark Keough's order, which goes into effect at 11:59 p.m. March 27, will last through April 12.
Owner Leslie Johnson’s company provides rental greeting signs made out of coroplast, which are then set up in people's lawns or in front of schools or businesses.
A total of 441 cases of coronavirus have been identified in the Greater Houston area as of March 26.