Commissioners discuss status of interlocal agreement with city of Houston for Woodridge Village development
The county looks to secure an agreement with the city to jointly buy the $14.3 million Woodridge Village property north of Kingwood.
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Houston coronavirus updates: Bilingual campaign targets Hispanic community; mayor to announce renter support effort
Mayor Sylvester Turner briefed the press July 30 on a new bilingual outreach campaign and a soon-to-be-announced tenant protection measure.
Texas Association of School Administrators asks state for more local control, clear guidelines in 2020-21
TASA leaders said in the letter that changing guidelines coming from the state are overly complicated and have only created confusion.
The county's cumulative case count surpassed 6,000 cases, while active cases fell by 79.
Teachers, students, parents and administrators can access classes, assignments and grades through the system whether learning from the classroom or elsewhere.
All classes will be conducted live, giving students the opportunity to engage with teachers and fellow classmates.
Lone Star College is taking a conservative approach while planning for its upcoming budget.
Face masks will be required of guests in lobbies, hallways, restrooms and in auditoriums when not eating or drinking.
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The vote turned into a broader discussion on protesting and the militarization of police equipment.
Businesses making less than $2 million in revenue are encourage to apply when the program opens in mid-August.
The new rules are intended to help give visitors a better first impression of the city, proponents said.
The hospitalization trendline has slowly been moving downward in the county since around July 9. It has remained almost completely unchanged over the past five days.
3,285 people have clinically recovered.
FEMA has adjusted its pre- and post-disaster response due to COVID-19.
Q&A: Houston business leader says federal Paycheck Protection Program has ‘made a significant difference’
"The doors [for business assistance] have been opened just about as wide as they can be made because it’s very unusual times," said Tim Jeffcoat, the district director of the U.S. Small Business Administration in Houston.
County officials said it was unclear if the court could reclassify federal coronavirus relief funds or if it would have to wait until the funding period had expired.
The requested changes would help freestanding emergency centers relieve overcrowding at hospitals and reduce the cost of coronavirus testing at their facilities, according to the Texas Association of Freestanding Emergency Centers.
Students can check out newly purchased laptops for free from the college.
With August rent due this weekend, housing advocates are calling on the county to act fast.
San Jacinto College is preparing to open its newest campus in the Generation Park development off Beltway 8.
Sugar Land museum to debut new exhibit, Humble luxury apartments to open in fall: News from Houston area
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