Renters’ best hope for relief may rest with local officials.
Bellaire Town Center is seeing more new tenants open their doors.
Homes that sold in the Bellaire-Meyerland-West University area included several expansive custom homes but also a well-maintained and expanded 1938 home in the Southampton neighborhood.
The statement was released after Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton earlier this week said that local districts have the sole authority to close schools due to the ongoing pandemic.
Harris County coronavirus count: Recoveries jump, active cases fall under new case tracking definitions
The confirmed number of COVID-19 recoveries in Harris County jumped over the August 1 weekend as the city of Houston began operating under a new record keeping protocol that redefines recoveries to include any cases where it has been "28 days or more since the case was reported, or released from [the] hospital and [is] not deceased."
"We have to take the valve off. It’s a pressure cooker."
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The program is on next week's City Council agenda.
As of July 30, more than 45,000 cases have been reported in Houston and over 71,000 in Harris County overall since the outbreak began.
The airport is for both military and public use and is located about 17 miles southeast of downtown Houston.
Houston to consider new $15 million round of rent relief; advocates continue to call for grace period
Houston renters could become eligible for a second round of rental relief funds in August.
The vast majority of the new cases and deaths were confirmed in the city of Houston.
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Houston coronavirus updates: Bilingual campaign targets Hispanic community; mayor to announce renter support effort
Mayor Sylvester Turner briefed the press July 30 on a new bilingual outreach campaign and a soon-to-be-announced tenant protection measure.
Texas Association of School Administrators asks state for more local control, clear guidelines in 2020-21
TASA leaders said in the letter that changing guidelines coming from the state are overly complicated and have only created confusion.
Teachers, students, parents and administrators can access classes, assignments and grades through the system whether learning from the classroom or elsewhere.
All classes will be conducted live, giving students the opportunity to engage with teachers and fellow classmates.
Face masks will be required of guests in lobbies, hallways, restrooms and in auditoriums when not eating or drinking.
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The vote turned into a broader discussion on protesting and the militarization of police equipment.
Businesses making less than $2 million in revenue are encourage to apply when the program opens in mid-August.
The new rules are intended to help give visitors a better first impression of the city, proponents said.
The hospitalization trendline has slowly been moving downward in the county since around July 9. It has remained almost completely unchanged over the past five days.
FEMA has adjusted its pre- and post-disaster response due to COVID-19.