Pickleball, Deaf Con, cat adoptions and more: 8 things to do in the Greater Houston area, May 31-June 2
Take some trips across the Greater Houston area this weekend for various events and celebrations, from League …
Harris County homes that sustained damage during Hurricane Harvey could see up to a 21% increase in appraised value this year.
P. King Authentic Chinese Food opened May 2 at 3701 S. Shepherd Drive, Houston. The restaurant has multiple …
Two buildings located near Buffalo Bayou and owned by American General Life Insurance are now eligible to receive state funding for widespread renovations.
Representatives from Houston’s City Council, the Texas Department of Transportation and the Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County presented plans for transportation improvements in the Houston area at a town hall meeting called by U.S. Rep. Lizzie Fletcher at Houston Community College's West Loop campus May 29.
Forth + Nomad opened in its new space at 731 Yale St., Houston, on May 5. The local craft and clothing store relocated across the street from its original location to a larger space. The store offers the same variety of handmade items, from homeware to clothing and accessories. 713-814-8198. www.forthandnomad.com
UPDATE: Because of a change in schedule, Kau Ba will begin this new service at a later date.
Houston residents have a chance to weigh in on proposed increased electric rates at a public hearing May 29.
Demo Monday: Fitzgerald's, Rethink coworking space and more Houston demolition permit activity, May 20-24
While the tear down of the longtime punk rock venue Fitzgerald's has been underway since early May, permits officially were logged this week along with the demolition of two adjacent residential properties on E. 6th 1/2 Street and another facing Studewood Street.
From outdoor movies and children's programs to live entertainment and free museum days, there are many inexpensive options for family fun this summer in the Greater Houston area. Here are 25 low-cost ways to have fun locally.
After seven years on Houston's dining scene, Pass & Provisions, 807 Taft St., Houston, announced it will …
Updated at 9:03 p.m. May 23, 2019: This story was updated to reflect the latest information available.
United Way of Greater Houston CEO Anna M. Babin announced her resignation today after 14 years at the helm of the nation's third-largest United Way in terms of fundraising.
Houston-based ice cream shop, Cloud 10 Creamery, opened its third location May 22 at 3502 S. Shepherd Drive, …
Houston’s proposed fiscal year 2020 budget shrunk by $24 million after eleventh-hour changes came to Proposition B’s legal standing and a potentially revenue-shrinking bill made progress in the Texas Legislature.
Cuban coffee-inspired pop-up shop Cafe Bustelo located in an Instagram-ready vibrant yellow shipping …
Hundreds of Houston’s public and private sector leaders gathered at the last State of the City address of Mayor Sylvester Turner’s first term May 20.
Buffalo Bayou Brewing Co. has hired Arash Kharat to help lead its restaurant operation at its new brewhouse, …
Slate Heights, a luxury apartment project coming to 26th Street and Durham Street, is among this week's demolition permit buyers.
Starting Monday, May 20, and lasting through July, one lane of the I-610 West Loop northbound and southbound between Westpark Drive and Bissonnet St., will close as construction continues on the yearslong interchange project, according to the Texas Department of Transportation.
New data shows the number of people experiencing homelessness in Harris, Fort Bend and Montgomery counties dropped 5% year-over-year in 2019. Except for an uptick in 2018 following Hurricane Harvey, the count has decreased by 54% since 2011.
New plans for GID Development Group’s Regent Square, a mixed-use project near Buffalo Bayou Park between River Oaks and Montrose, was unveiled to brokers May 9 as leasing became available for Phase 2. Groundbreaking on the site is planned for this fall.