While picking your own fruit fresh from a tree may seem like an activity from generations past, Rick Matt—owner of Matt Family Orchard—has found there are still many people out there who relish the opportunity.
Plans for a high-speed rail line connecting Houston with the Dallas-Fort Worth region are slowly gaining momentum as local and state agencies, both public and private, explore options on how best to build a potential line.
Baker Katz, LLC, the commercial real estate firm that purchased the Four Corners Shopping Center at the southwest corner of Hwy. 249 and FM 2920 in Tomball last June, has begun renovating vacant buildings in preparation to re-lease them in 2013.
The opening of Lone Star College–Tomball in 1988 was marked as a moment of pride and aspiration for the Tomball community, as residents who could not afford to travel for college were given a chance to continue their education close to home.
After coming in a full 12 percentage points behind opponent David Dewhurst in the May primary election, preliminary results indicate Ted Cruz has won the runoff election in the race for U.S. Senate in Texas.
For Magnolia families who are interested in giving back to the community, there is still an opportunity to participate in the Back-to-School Fashion Show and Clothing Drive hosted by the Society of Samaritans.
Rebeca Guerra, Tomball’s new city planner, was brought in to help the city as it progresses through several major projects, including the Downtown Specific Plan, and the city’s sign and zoning ordinances.
Less than a month before the METRO board is expected to finalize a voter referendum for the November ballot, Harris County commissioners approved a resolution to support the continuation of METRO’s general mobility fund as it currently exists.