Ten-year Harris County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Sandeep Dhaliwal was shot while conducting a traffic stop near the West Road and Hwy. 6 intersection in Cy-Fair on Friday, Sept. 27. He died later that afternoon at Memorial Hermann Hospital, according to the sheriff’s office.
Franchise owner Diana Fraser will celebrate the grand opening of Clean Juice in Vintage Park, located at 126 Vintage Park Blvd., Ste. N., Houston, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony Sept. 30 at 11:30 a.m. Clean Juice is the first and only USDA-certified organic juice bar franchise. The eatery offers acai bowls, cold-pressed bottles and shots, juices, seasonal offerings and a variety of smoothies for both children and adults, all made with organic produce. 832-875-4111. www.cleanjuice.com
Owners Ian and Eunice Lim will be relocating Little Craft Place from 11911 Jones Road, Ste. 5, Houston, to 9702 Spring Cypress Road, Ste. 125, Spring, with a grand opening celebration planned for Oct. 12 from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. The new location will feature a classroom for workshops and meetups, and the celebration will include complimentary snacks, make-and-takes, giveaways and shopping, according to the business’s website.
This fall, festival-goers can travel to a recreation of a 16th-century European village, complete with live …
Harris County Public Library launched an OverDrive Instant Digital Card program in mid-September, allowing county residents to instantly sign up for a digital library card through any smartphone or computer, the HCPL announced in a Sept. 12 news release. With the digital card, residents within HCPL’s service area can borrow ebooks, audiobooks and digital magazines using only their cell phone number. Patrons must still visit an HCPL branch library to receive a full library card to access physical reading materials.
T onee Nguyen and his wife Phoenix Pham know their restaurant, Retro Cafe—located on Hwy. 290 near Mueschke Road in Cypress—is not a typical Vietnamese restaurant at first glance.
Oktoberfest, a ghost tour and more: 7 things to do in the Greater Houston area this weekend, Sept. 27-29
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The Texas Department of Transportation has announced the following lane closures planned along Hwy. 290 this weekend. For the most up-to-date information, visit www.my290.com .
Sibling duo Kyle and Jennifer Williams plan to open Herban Healing in early October at 13307 Skinner Road, Cypress. With products sourced from hemp plants grown in California, the business owners said they run a true “seed to shelf” operation—selling tinctures, teas, coffees, gummies, lotions, hair care items, bath bombs and pet products containing 0% THC.
Amira, a new 370-acre home community in Tomball, celebrates its grand opening Sept. 28 at 20508 Mueschke Road, Tomball. Grand-opening festivities include tours of six model homes and the Resort at Amira recreation complex, food from Dug Dog Catering and The Color Cone food truck, face painting, giveaways and photo opportunities, according to a Sept. 18 press release. The event, A Day in the Life of Amira, is free to attend and runs from 1-5 p.m.
Several days after Topical Depression Imelda brought more than 40 inches of rainfall to parts of Harris County causing road closures and structural flooding, Harris County commissioners approved a request from the county attorney's office to fast-track civil lawsuits against flood plain violators.
A flood control project on Cypress Creek that has been on Harris County's radar since at least 2010 is moving forward thanks to funding made available from a $2.5 billion bond referendum passed last year.
The Annex Crafthouse celebrated its grand opening Sept. 23 in Vintage Park at 122 Vintage Park Blvd., Ste. A, …
In the past month, two ride-hailing apps for parents have entered the Houston market with plans to expand services into its suburbs.
As of Sept. 24, over 17,000 insured vehicles in Texas sustained damage during Tropical Depression Imelda and the tally is expected to continue climbing as more insurance claims are filed, said Mark Hanna, a spokesperson for the Insurance Council of Texas.
Harris County Precinct 4's project to widen Telge Road between Spring Cypress Road and Louetta Road from two to four lanes—and improve its drainage system—was officially completed Aug. 16. SER Construction Partners completed the project 59 days ahead of schedule, said Pamela Rocchi, director of Precinct 4's capital improvement projects division.
Officials buy land for new Cy-Fair Volunteer Fire Department station off Fairbanks North Houston Road
As part of efforts to relocate and update a fire station on Rodney Ray Road in Cy-Fair, officials with Harris County ESD No. 9 have purchased 5.68 acres of land where a new station is being planned.
Hundreds of thousands of voters across the country are expected to be registered Tuesday, Sept. 24, as part of the nonpartisan National Voter Registration Day event.
In hopes of securing federal funding, city and county recovery officials have started performing damage assessments of properties affected by tropical depression Imelda.
Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner and Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo announced the creation of an Imelda Assistance Fund, aimed at collecting donations through local nonprofits for recovery assistance from tropical depression Imelda.
With Harris County commissioners poised to adopt the first tax rate increase the county has seen since 1996, court Democrats and Republicans remained at odds following the first public hearing on the proposed increase Sept. 20. In the wake of Tropical Depression Imelda, disaster recovery was also at the top of mind for people on both sides of the debate.
Officials with First Community Credit Union are breaking ground this week on an expansion at the corporate office in the Copperfield area at 15260 FM 529, Houston. The project is slated to take about 18 months to complete and entails adding a second three-story building connected to the original building by a courtyard and skywalk.