8:59 PM Feb 13, 2020 CST

Texas General Land Office, Army Corps of Engineers change Coastal Texas Study

The $23 billion-$32 billion plan to build 76 miles of floodwalls and levees along Galveston Island and Bolivar Peninsula to prevent flooding during storms has undergone significant changes.

4:26 PM Feb 10, 2020 CST

2020 Primary Election Guide Q&A: Get to know the Republican candidates for state District 129

This year’s Republican primaries include two candidates for Texas District 129, which includes the Clear Lake area.

2020 Primary Election Guide Q&A: 3 candidates vie for 36th Congressional District seat

This year’s Republican primaries include two candidates for the 36th Congressional District, which includes the Clear Lake area.

Headz Up Haircuts opens second location

The business performs haircuts for men, women and children and also specializes in fades.

Randalls to close 5 locations Feb. 15

Randalls is closing five stores in the Houston area.

Nova Wellness Center Clinic & Medspa opens in Webster

The clinic was opened to be an alternative to the “fast-paced and impersonal” medical experience most people are used to.

Aroma's Italian Grill Fast Food opens League City location

The restaurant is owned by a family from New York that specializes in authentic Italian food, including lasagna, spaghetti, baked ziti and more.


A more resilient Houston hinges on buyouts, clean energy and more housing, new city plan says

Houston officials announced a series of longterm goals aimed at making Houston more resilient over the next 30 years.

League City City Council discusses unexpected cost in construction project, water rates

League City City Council on Feb. 12 spoke at length about an unforeseen extra cost city staff asked the council to approve for a construction project.

HCTRA Chief Financial Officer Peter Key appointed as interim executive director

Harris County Commissioners Court unanimously appointed Peter Key as the interim executive director for the Harris County Toll Road Authority at its Feb. 11 meeting.

Harris County ups public health budget, launches coronavirus rumor-control website

In response to a global coronavirus outbreak, Harris County launched a rumor-control website and increased Harris County Public Health’s budget for fiscal year 2020-21 in hopes of giving the agency greater capacity to deal with such diseases.

Texas Artisan opens in League City

The boutique sells jewelry, purses, travel totes, hats, hygiene products, pet items, home decor and more.

The Healing Leaf celebrates one year in Webster

The Healing Leaf’s League City location opened in September, and there are also stores in Porter and Austin.

GUIDE: Bay Area March primary elections

Here are the candidates Bay Area residents can vote for during the March 3 primary elections.

'Elixir of life': League City secures water for future growth

League City City Council in October signed an agreement with the city of Houston to reserve an additional 20 million gallons of water per day at an annual cost of $530,000 to start, but the city’s work is far from over.

Making waves: San Jacinto College maritime programs filling industry needs

The maritime industry—which includes everything from cruise ship captains to tankermen who transfer liquid cargo between ships—has a growing need San Jacinto’s maritime center is helping to fill.

Harris County Sheriff's Office begins cite-and-release program for some low-level misdemeanors

Suspects that qualify for the program are given a citation and a court date but can avoid arrest.

Public invited to Coastal Texas Study meetings

Residents who wish to learn more about the Coastal Texas Study are invited to attend one of several public meetings taking place over the next week.

Angelo’s Pizza & Pasta: Owners of authentic restaurant bring flavors of Italy to Bay Area

To Angelo’s Pizza & Pasta co-owners Tony and Angelo Viscariello and James Ritz, their restaurant is more than just a place to eat: It is a place for family to gather.

Little Fairy’s Pet Ride & Groom now open in League City

The salon offers grooming and bathing services as well as self-bathing stations.

Strawberry Hill Upcycling Boutique: Mother and daughter turn trash into treasures

It begins with Sandra Kelly and her daughter, Melissa Loe, finding a piece of junk at a rummage sale or an auction, and it ends with them turning it into a rustic or chic decoration they display at their local business, Strawberry Hill Upcycling Boutique.

Crawfish roundup: 10 Cajun, seafood spots in Houston to eat mudbugs this crawfish season

Live crawfish season, or the time of year when more crawfish are available, runs from around mid-January to early July.

Clear Brook High School named 2020 State School of Character

This is the first Clear Creek ISD high school to receive the honor.

Americano Cafe opening soon in Seabrook

The business is expected to open around mid-February.