The education of 4.3 million public school students is one of the state’s top priorities, with some of the biggest battles in the Capitol raging over private school vouchers, curriculum, graduation rates, school accountability and teacher pay.
A plan to rehabilitate the aging Astrodome is headed to county commissioners for consideration next week, following the reveal of a $194 million proposal approved June 19 by the Harris County Sports and Convention Corporation.
Recently retired Cougar Principal Jim Wells closed his combined nearly 20 years of service at Cypress Creek High School constructing the newly erected Wall of Honor that was revealed earlier this spring during a school ceremony.
Six weeks after the Lone Star College bond failed with 55.6 percent of voters against the bond and 44.4 percent favoring it, LSC administrators are exploring other options to keep up with student growth.
On April 29, students and staff of Langham Creek High School presented hundreds of new and gently used sneakers to New Missions—a program dedicated to rebuilding and supporting Haiti following a recent series of tragic events.
The Cy-Fair ISD board of trustees is set to consider the 2013-14 budget in late June, since it was uncertain how much money would be allocated to public education before the end of the legislative session.
Since March 2013, Chris Pantuso, founder and CEO of the Calabria Foundation, has begun advancing his organization’s health care efforts with plans to implement three mobile medical units by summer 2014.
The lack of ability to regulate firework usage and sales in unincorporated Harris County poses several issues for county officials, including noise and safety problems in heavily populated residential areas.
Beginning spring 2012, Harris County Precinct 4’s road and bridges department targeted dozens of roadway and intersection projects for expansion, realignment or improvement, adding them to the list of capital improvement projects for the area.
The Texas Department of Transportation’s investigation into traffic flow on Main Street in Tomball revealed that a traffic light at the Cherry Street intersection was operating in “free mode,” independently from other signals.
The education of 4.3 million public school students is one of the state’s top priorities, with some of the biggest battles in the Capitol raging over private school vouchers, curriculum, graduation rates, school accountability, teacher pay and how to