After a motorist struck and killed two people, including a man in a wheelchair, near Shepherd Drive and 10th Street in the Heights in March, accessibility improvement initiatives gained momentum and renewed longstanding concerns from local disability advocates.
Fine jewelry retailer Deutsch Houston marks its 90th year in business in 2019 and the 25th for its Highland …
Live music, wine tasting, a flea market and more: 8 things to do in the Greater Houston area, June 7-9
There are various opportunities to get out and enjoy the Greater Houston area this weekend, from a free movie …
The opportunity for everyday citizens to travel to low-Earth orbit and beyond may be closer than you think.
Harris County Engineering Department to accept public input on proposed changes to flood plain, infrastructure regulations through June 25
The Harris County Engineering Department will continue to accept public input on the proposed changes to countywide flood plain management and infrastructure regulations through June 25, when the changes are expected to go to the Harris County Commissioners Court for a vote.
Baltimore-based Atlas Restaurant Group will introduce two concepts, Ouzo Bay and Loch Bar at 4444 Westheimer …
Memorial Park-Heights trails, Roseland streets and Shepherd-Durham project: 3 transportation updates to know
Three projects to watch for in the Heights, River Oaks and Montrose areas.
U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos on June 5 made a stop at the Johnson Space Center as part of a tour to learn how local education leaders and employers are closing skills gap between workers and in-demand jobs.
Harris County to apply for ‘successful’ status following initial countywide polling place program implementation
Harris County Commissioners Court unanimously approved a request June 4 from its county clerk’s office to apply to the Texas Secretary of State for “successful” status for the recently implemented program that allows voters to cast their ballots at any polling place in the county.
Houston City Council Member Dwight Boykins files paperwork for mayoral run, names former Houston mayor as campaign treasurer
District D City Council Member Dwight Boykins has filed initial paperwork to begin a campaign for mayor of Houston.
Russo’s New York Pizzeria has announced plans to launch several locations of a microbrewery concept, …
Mexican breakfast and lunch spot Cielito Cafe opened April 26 at 1915 Dunlavy St., Houston. The cafe offers …
Check out our roundup of events around Houston in June and July, and do not miss these events celebrating …
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots, a pivotal moment in the gay rights movement. Events supporting LGBTQ inclusion are scheduled throughout June.
With the Montrose Management District still involved in litigation with business owners, the area’s other economic development engine, a tax increment reinvestment zone, or TIRZ, is treading carefully as it begins to envision big-picture infrastructure improvements.
Commutes into the Inner Loop from southwest Houston are about to get a little rougher for the next year or so.
Approval of Houston’s proposed fiscal year 2019-20 budget now faces a two-week setback, city officials confirmed June 4.
A small park in one of Montrose’s historic neighborhoods celebrated some modern upgrades June 2.
A townhome developer filed for a demolition-sewer disconnect permit for a property in the Washington corridor May 29, a site it had previously cleared in 2016, one of 27 residential demolition permits secured after the Memorial Day holiday.
Update: Senate Bill 2846 was signed into law on June 2.
The Greenhouse Day Spa, 2412 Woodhead St., Houston, opened in April. The spa offers massages, facials, waxing …
Squable opened April 27 at 632 W. 19th St., Houston. The dinner-only restaurant serves a variety of …