City Council renewed specific-use permits for two Robinson Road schools housed in the Sojourn Baptist Church building during a special session March 1.
The payments, which are intended to recognize extra risks and efforts associated with working during the pandemic, will cost the district a total of $2.8 million. Trustees Michelle Davis and Scott Bowen opposed the payments due to the timing amid budgetary uncertainty.
Spring, Klein ISDs await further guidance from Texas Education Agency following end of statewide mask mandate
Following Gov. Greg Abbott’s announcement that Texans will no longer be required by state law to wear a mask effective March 10, officials with Spring and Klein ISDs said they are awaiting further direction from the Texas Education Agency before they make any changes to existing mask policies.
Montgomery County Judge Mark Keough thanked the governor for planning to lift state mandates March 10.
A face mask policy has been in place this school year—it states that all staff and pre-K-12 students must wear masks in common areas and in classrooms when social distancing is not feasible.
Houston Public Works fielded 11,000 calls related to water issues during and after the weather event.
Winners included a nonprofit and three local businesses that gave back to the Cy-Fair community and overcame challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.
"This requirement is consistent with the advice of health professionals and guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention," a district statement said.
Pearland City Council voted on how to bill residents for the water used during the 2021 freeze at its March 1 meeting.
Fort Bend County Judge KP George is encouraging residents to continue wearing masks to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 despite a new executive order issued by Gov. Greg Abbott that repeals the statewide mask mandate.
Katy ISD will continue to require masks and other safety measures to prevent the spread of the coronavirus despite the announcement the governor is lifting the statewide mandate effective March 10.
"Retaining the mask mandate will ensure a safe learning environment for all students, teachers and staff": Fort Bend ISD responds to Gov. Greg Abbott retracting the statewide mask requirement.
Of the 150 merchants on the roster, nearly 50 will be making their spring debut in 2021.
During Friendswood City Council’s meeting March 1, Engineering Director Jil Arias said a contractor was “embarrassed” by the cracks that formed on streets the company had recently repaired.
Bar Kada's menu offerings include eggrolls, wings, oysters, salads, burgers and fried rice as well as beer, wine, liquor and cocktails.
With vaccine distribution increasing, Gov. Greg Abbott said "people and businesses don't need the state telling them how to operate." Some local officials are pushing back, saying the relaxed restrictions are coming too early.
Curriculum at Kiddie Academy of Cypresswood promotes intellectual, social, physical and emotional growth, officials said.
Teriyaki Madness, a fast-casual Asian restaurant, is coming to 6300 FM 1463, Ste. 300, Fulshear, in mid-March.
The festival was previously scheduled for late March.
"Seventeen years is a long time, and I'm still having a hard time grasping the fact that it has been 17 years," Parr said.
The store will offer high-quality furniture through Lovesac’s “Designed for Life” approach.
Magnolia repairman brings lawnmowers back to life with The Mobile Mower Doctor, sees increase in demand
“A lot of businesses have struggled through the pandemic, but it’s been a blessing for me because more people are at home ... mowing their own grass,” Owner Jimmie Brock said. “They have the lawnmower that’s been sitting in their garage for who knows how long, [and] they need me to get it going so they can mow their grass because they want to save that money.”
The projects are set to wrap up in the third quarter of 2021.
Missouri City businesses may soon be able to promote their storefronts in new ways.
Precinct 4 Commissioner Jack Cagle said the realignment will improve safety by diverting traffic around the railroad at Hamblen Road and reduce flooding by fixing issues with roadside drainage.