See why the district scrapped its original bond election, what the projects include and official wording on the ballot.
Candidates for Montgomery County Precinct 1 commissioner discuss county spending, top issues ahead of November election
Mike Midler and Robert Walker will face each other Nov. 3.
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The county's cumulative case count passed 10,900 on Sept. 28, more than 14% of which remain active.
Leaders from Austin, Brazoria, Fort Bend, Waller and Wharton counties joined a Greater Houston Partnership panel in late September to discuss COVID-19.
The grant is anticipated to be sustained for five years.
Races at the national, state, county and local levels will be contested in the Nov. 3 general election.
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Gov. Greg Abbott will allocate more than $171 million in renters assistance from the federal coronavirus relief package to eligible Texans.
The report is one of the final steps before the project rerouting much of I-45 through downtown can begin.
For the past two years, arts groups have received grants through hotel occupancy tax fund. However, representatives said state laws surrounding use of the hotel tax are too restrictive.
Conroe’s Watches and Diamonds is planning to open in early to mid-October, bringing high-end watches to Conroe.
See this month's featured neighborhood, La Salle Crossing in Conroe, plus year-over-year market data
The number of homes sold in August compared to August 2019 generally increased in the Conroe and Montgomery areas.
Fewer than 500 COVID-19 patients—478—are currently checked in at Texas Medical Center hospitals.
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Creek Fire has ravaged 289,695 acres, damaged 71 structures and destroyed 855 others. Exhausted from fighting the fire, Strike Team 143 may need a new crew rotation this weekend.
Howard Hughes Corp. CEO Paul Layne retires after year that saw company move HQ to The Woodlands, purchase of former Occidental towers
The CEO for The Howard Hughes Corp., which develops The Woodlands, The Woodlands Hills and Bridgeland in the Greater Houston area, announced this retirement this month.
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Lawsuit takes aim at start date for early voting as some Texas Republicans challenge Gov. Greg Abbott's order
A group of prominent Texas Republicans has embarked on a legal effort to undo the governor's executive order that extended the early voting period for the Nov. 3 election.
See the demographic and enrollment breakdown of MISD by campus, based on 2019-20 data.
Texas Central Railroad bullet train project receives rulings on safety framework, selected alignment
Construction for the high-speed bullet train system is slated to begin in the first half of 2021 and to be completed in 2027.
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Find campus-level data for Willis ISD.