With a surge of new clients in the past year, TOMAGWA HealthCare Ministries has reached a tipping point with its budget and is seeking donations to help continue funding its programs and services in the future.
The Tomball ISD school board unanimously approved and adopted a $98.7 million balanced budget for the 2014-15 academic year, which grants a 3 percent raise to employees across the board and maintains the current tax rate.
Initial thoughts of a spy shop may bring to mind black and white images from old James Bond movies, but locally owned Central Spy Shop strives to be a modernized shop with all the newest gadgets in stock.
A passion for children and education pushed Debbie Blackshear to get involved in the Cy-Fair community, giving her the opportunity to influence thousands of students through her work with several nonprofits and Cy-Fair ISD bond committees.
A year of celebration is in order for Cy-Fair ISD as four major events are planned throughout the 2014-15 school year in honor of the consolidation of the Cypress and Fairbanks school systems on Dec. 9, 1939.
More than a year after the Lone Star College System’s nearly $500 million bond package failed to receive voter approval, the community college system may try to garner support for another bond referendum in November.