Following a year in which The Woodlands Township lowered its property tax rate despite spending millions on projects and drought recovery the township faces transportation and mobility concerns and a new set of projects in 2013.
The Tomball City Council will look to award a bid for public restrooms in the Tomball Historic Depot Plaza at its next meeting on Jan. 21. Because of the numerous events hosted at the plaza, the addition will answer a much needed demand.
Banning taxpayer-funded day labor sites and stripping undocumented college students of their access to in-state tuition are among proposals in the Texas Legislature that seek to limit the effects of illegal immigration.
The Center for Children and Families—a counseling clinic under Cy–Hope—opened its doors Jan. 2, offering counseling, training and consultation to young children, adolescents, parents and entire families.
The Hwy. 249 toll road project is one step closer to reality following a decision made by Harris County commissioners Jan. 8 to loan Montgomery County no more than $20 million for a portion of the future tollway.
Vance Cooper retired Dec. 31 as fire marshal for Fort Bend County. The next day he was back in the saddle. With 16 years as fire marshal under his belt, Cooper called it a career but agreed to stay on as the interim fire marshal.