12:00 am Oct.

Katy railroad

Every city has to start somewhere, and although the Katy Gas Plant and Katy Rice Mill have rightly been credited as catalysts for the City of Katy’s growth, each share an essential common denominator: the railroad.

12:00 am Oct.

Katy Area Artists

After living in Katy for 18 years, Ana Villaronga-Roman has seen it grow, thrive and flourish. There was just one thing she felt was lacking.

12:00 am Sept.

Lance LaCour

Lance LaCour is minding Katy’s business. LaCour’s mission is to bring jobs to the greater Katy area.

12:00 am Sept.

Kelliwood, Katy – 77450

Overview Build-out year: 2003 Square footage: 1,838–8,575 Home values: $127,525–$1,087,996 Number of homes: 1,148 HOA dues(est.): $500–$2,400 Nearby attactions: Willow… >

12:00 am Sept.

The Cottage Door

When a patron walks into The Cottage Door in Katy, the person on the other side of the counter is likely to strike up a conversation.

12:00 am Sept.

No Label Brewery

About three and a half years ago, over a few glasses of Brian Royo’s home-brewed beer with his wife, Jennifer, and his parents, Melanie and Gil, someone off-handedly mentioned the possibility of Royo starting his own brewery.

12:00 am Sept.

The Arc of Katy

In the late 1980s, there were limited resources for parents of children with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) in the Katy area.

12:00 am Sept.

Sam’s Deli Diner

When Sam’s Deli Diner first opened in 1975 off I-10 near Kirkwood, there was a high demand for cold-cut and toasted deli sandwiches.

12:00 am Sept.

Rice Farming

Before Katy was connected by rail to Houston—and long before the suburbs came to Katy’s doorstep—the land was deemed fit only for grazing cattle.

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