In the wake of an internal investigation into transcript discrepancies at Spring ISD that led to the termination of three key administrators and the resignation of eight others, the district announced two internal promotions while also placing seven
The drop in oil prices over the last six months has been welcome news for many drivers at the gas pump. But in Houston, which is considered the energy capital of the world, the lower prices could also mean setbacks for the economy.
Tomball and Magnolia law enforcement authorities are working to make the roads safer by honing in on two of the most common reasons for car crashes and fatalities—distracted driving and driving while intoxicated.
With the organization’s history reaching back to 1869, a few local women saw a void in the Tomball community and gathered last May to create a new chapter of national nonprofit Philanthropic Educational Organization.
Johnson Development Corp. is repurposing the former container warehouse at the Imperial Sugar Factory this spring to prepare the building for the Sugar Land Heritage Foundation and the Fort Bend Children’s Discovery Center to move in by December.
The Texas Transportation Commission approved $278 million in Proposition 1 funding at the end of February for 12 projects in the Greater Houston area, including the previously unfunded expansion of Hwy. 290 from Bauer Road to FM 2920.