Bay Area-based company Intuitive Machines has selected SpaceX as the company that will deliver two of its payloads to the moon, according to a Jan. 13 press release.
Two other vaccine hubs are currently established in Galveston County, neither of which are offering new vaccine appointments the week of Jan. 18.
The memorial was planned as a component of President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris' inauguration.
Food insecurity in Texas' 87th Legislature: Hunger relief organization Feeding Texas to propose legislation addressing hunger
Hunger relief organization Feeding Texas hosted a webinar Jan. 19 to discuss increasing funding and accessibility for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program in the 87th legislative session.
Over 1.1 million individuals from the Phase 1 population, which is estimated to include 13.5 million individuals total, have received at least one dose.
‘What does virtual learning and remote learning look like moving forward?': Raise Your Hand Texas policy director talks legislative priorities
Bob Popinski is the director of policy for Raise Your Hand Texas, an Austin-based organization committed to improving public education. He spoke with Community Impact Newspaper in late December about the 87th legislative session, which began Jan. 12.
The discussion comes after Facebook posts by Council Member Greg Travis led to calls for his resignation or censure.
For the next few months, League City City Council will hold meetings at the Johnnie Arolfo Civic Center because the council chambers next door are under renovation.
The Memorial Park version of the festival will be celebrated through alternative virtual and smaller in-person events.
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The inmate population at the Harris County Jail is rising, and officials are looking for ways to quickly ease the pressure as concerns grow over the ability to quarantine and restrict the spread of the coronavirus.
The department will administer 5,000 doses at Minute Maid Park on Jan. 16 and 17.
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Although students may not be able to physically attend competitions and exhibitions, parents and district leaders said students are rising to the occasion with the remote experiences.
Houston residents now face a $100 fine for parking in bike lanes.
As of mid-January, the League City Volunteer Fire Department has a new all-hazards response boat.
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In a city already struggling to meet the demand for sports fields on which young athletes can practice and compete, the League City location of Big League Dreams is closed until further notice.
2020 single-family home sales surpassed 2019’s volume by more than 10%.
This will be the 43rd annual event known as the nation’s original MLK Day parade sanctioned by Martin Luther King Sr. in 1978.
Coalition for the Homeless, The Way Home to conduct annual Greater Houston-area homeless count Jan. 19-29
The results of the 2021 homeless count and survey are expected to be released to the public this spring.
Despite the slight reduction in expected revenue for the state's 2022-23 budget, recovery could be on the horizon.
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Community Impact Newspaper spoke with Jeff Archer, executive director of the Texas Legislative Council, in January about the redistricting process that will be carried out by the Texas Legislature this year.