Bellaire - Meyerland - West University
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The initiative is intended to help residents gain more transparency on city finances.
Zalat Pizza, a Dallas-based chain restaurant, is opening west of the Texas Medical Center at 2303 W. Holcombe Blvd., Houston.
Commissioners may cast an informal vote to adopt a bond issue for the November election and will vote on whether to approve $36.7 million for the transition to all-electronic tollways.
Mid-year campaign finance reports for Harris County judge race show $2.88M in contributions to Hidalgo, del Moral Mealer since February
Incumbent Democrat Lina Hidalgo has raised $1.15 million since Feb. 20, with Republican candidate Alexandra del Moral Mealer raising over $1.72 million.
The $1 million initiative collected 845 firearms and gave out almost $100,000 in gift cards.
Roberto Treviño, Harris County Toll Road Authority executive director, joined METRO's Board of Directors and will represent Harris County.
As more people move to Texas and return to “normal” activities, Texas’ labor force is also growing, according to the Texas Workforce Commission.
At its July 28 annual meeting, the Willow Waterhole Greenspace Conservancy went over projects scheduled over the next two years.
Items can be purchased in person, online or through mail order to qualify.
The announcement from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services came after a joint letter from County Judge Lina Hidalgo and Mayor Sylvester Turner requesting additional vaccines.
Houston-area school districts, community colleges signal interest in Harris County disparity study funding
Three out of 25 independent school districts and two out of four community colleges have submitted letters of intent for Harris County’s $2 million disparity study fund.
Telecommunications companies in Central Texas and the West Plains region will receive funding to help rural Texans gain access to high-speed internet.
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The city of West University Place, during its July 25 council meeting, approved publication of its Notice of Intention to Issue Certificates of Obligation, a required step by the city prior to the issuance of new debt.
The Houston Forensic Science Center was originally given $1.5 million in ARPA funds, but the amount was raised during a July 27 Houston City Council meeting.
METRO Police Department's Crisis, Assessment, Response and Engagement unit launched its first team two months ago and plans to add a second team in August.
On July 25, U.S. Rep. Lizzie Fletcher was joined by Houston Police Chief Troy Finner for a town hall discussion at the Bayland Community Center in Southwest Houston for a discussion on gun-related violence in the city.
To support the growth of electric vehicles, Houston is addressing air quality concerns and long-term funding strategies for electric vehicles and charging stations.
Local nonprofit Houston Pets Alive! is now accepting appointments for low-cost veterinary services from pet owners in the general public with plans to officially start providing services Aug. 2.
According to the website, the Gulf Freeway PEL study focuses on the segment of I-45 that runs between I-69/Hwy. 59 in downtown Houston and Beltway 8 South.
Curious as to what new businesses and renovations are underway or coming to the Bellaire, Meyerland and West University area?
The fund is expected to help over 500 small businesses in the Houston area.