There are several upcoming Bay Area protests and marches related to the death of native Houstonian George Floyd, whose death in Minneapolis police custody May 25 sparked national outrage.
'We believe it is working': League City businesses, residents take protection pledge to mitigate spread of COVID-19
As coronavirus cases continue to rise nationwide, League City officials are proactively urging businesses and residents to take pledges to mitigate the spread of COVID-19.
With coronavirus restrictions preventing seniors from finishing their school years together, the Magnolia community came together to give them a prom.
An Aztec-inspired Mexican restaurant and a Peruvian-Mexican hybrid restaurant are among the tenants to lease space at the center.
The development will cater to single-family residences with lot sizes between 50 and 60 feet wide, with prices ranging $250,000-$350,000. There is also space on the property set aside for commercial development and a multifamily residence.
The restaurant boasts windows on all sides, offering views of the shopping district.
On July 1, campus principals will communicate with staff and teachers to determine access to buildings and procedures for returning.
Hear from Cy-Fair pastor and CFISD board member John Ogletree about his experience honoring George Floyd and what the recent protests mean to him.
The Kemah Boardwalk, 215 Kipp Ave., Kemah, will reopen all rides June 5.
"This pandemic and everything else going on has taught us that above all, we need each other," Conroe High School Principal Rotasha Smith said.
Medical businesses such as dentists, plastic surgeons and private care practices were forced to operate at reduced capacities or close their doors in mid-March.
Through the program, children in the SISD area who are age 18 and younger can pick up snacks and lunches for Monday through Tuesday on Mondays and for Wednesday through Friday on Wednesdays.
The deadline to fill out the three-question survey is June 9 at 5 p.m.
Hair La Vie' Hair Salon aims to serve all its customers' hair care needs.
When the going gets tough for Pamela Brazell, owner of 3 Stitches embroidery shop in Spring, the best way she relieves stress is by taking to the stitching needle.
Life for many seniors in the area has changed due to concerns over the coronavirus and its higher risks and death rate for the older population.
Here’s how much CARES Act funds Sugar Land, Katy and other cities are receiving from Fort Bend County
Three cities—Sugar Land, Missouri City and Rosenberg—received more than $1 million each.
Families are invited to travel back in time this weekend at the George Ranch Historical Park.
The Houston-based theater chain plans to open all locations by mid-July.
The business offers specialty drinks, desserts and sandwiches.
Here is a list of the major hospitals in the Bay Area.
Owners with Brew:30 Taphouse said new restrictions on bars have caused challenges, but they are exploring ways to serve customers and keep business coming in.
Meanwhile, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott said 45% of new cases statewide between May 26 and June 2 can be tied to prisons, jails, meat packing plants or nursing homes.
Since May 21, when Harris County began reporting active cases, recoveries and deaths at the ZIP code level, the number of recoveries has increased a daily amount between three and 17.
The county reported more than 60 new COVID-19 recoveries June 3 alongside 23 new cases.