Elected into his ninth term on the board in 2016, Mann has served as a KISD trustee for 28 years.
Hope Center Houston to celebrate new location with ribbon-cutting ceremony, building blessing Nov. 14
Hope Center Houston will celebrate its grand opening in its new location at 821 Peakwood Drive, Houston with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and building blessing Nov. 14 from 4-5 p.m.
Oasis Modern Dentistry plans to open in late November at 10211 Cypresswood Drive, Ste. 500, Houston.
Missing Element Sports Performance and Fitness, located at 17552 Stuebner Airline Road, Ste. 101, Spring, will host a grand opening celebration Nov. 23.
The Lone Star College Small Business Development Center presented awards to six north Houston-area local businesses at a Nov. 13 luncheon.
In split vote, Harris County approves resolution supporting universal background checks for all Texas firearm sales
The nonbinding resolution's passing demonstrated the court's support of legislation requiring universal background checks for all gun sales in the state, including those involving an unlicensed gun dealer and stranger-to-stranger gun sales.
Harris County clerk to move ballot box collection center to centralized location in effort to expedite election result returns
Ahead of the Dec. 14 mayoral runoff election for the city of Houston, Harris County Clerk Diane Trautman announced plans Nov. 12 to move the county’s ballot box collection center to a more centralized location in hopes of expediting election result returns.
Benchmark study reveals 24-year lifespan variance, high obesity rates and limited health care access across Harris County
A study by Harris County Public Health found life expectancy in Harris County alone varies by nearly 24 years depending on where a resident lives.
Klein ISD presents 7 rezoning options in preparation for new elementary school set to open in fall 2020
A draft proposal and report of the rezoning process will be presented to the board of trustees at the December meeting and will then be posted online for public feedback.
The charter school will host a groundbreaking ceremony for the campuses from 10-11 a.m. at the IDEA Hardy location at 1930 Little York Road, Houston.
The store offers crafts, gifts, home decor items and sports memorabilia.
The front is not expected to affect travel because the ground is too warm for precipitation to stick.
The three-story, 177-unit apartment complex is slated for completion by May 2021 and will feature a pool, a courtyard and a clubhouse.
Bowlero will celebrate the grand opening of its Willowbrook location Nov. 23.
The spa will offer a variety of services, including pedicures, manicures, waxing, threading, eyelash extensions and facials and will feature a full bar.
Spring ISD will unveil and dedicate its new Spring ISD Memorial during a special ceremony on Dec. 4 at 10 a.m., the district announced in a Nov. 11 press release.
‘Tis the season to celebrate cooler weather, enjoy holiday breaks and spend time with family. The Spring and Klein area has plenty of events and activities to explore this winter.
Between Veterans Day celebrations and Thanksgiving Day festivities, here are a few events happening in the Spring and Klein community throughout November and December.
Drivers on the Grand Parkway will see toll rates increase 2% on Jan. 1, 2020.
Since Hurricane Harvey flooded The Centrum with 3.5 feet of water in August 2017, restoration work continues on the performing arts center and church sanctuary more than two years later.
Spring ISD’s overall 2018-19 Texas Education Agency accountability rating improved by eight points from the previous year—outpacing increases from neighboring districts including Klein and Cy-Fair ISDs. But the district’s rating remains more than 10 points below those districts, according to TEA accountability rating results.
Hidden off a dirt road offshoot of the bustling four-lane traffic on Spring Cypress Road and nestled between a storage facility and a three-story apartment complex is Atkinson Farms—a four-generation family farm that has been growing produce in Harris County since 1923.
SwitcHouse Plates & Pours’ upscale dining service plays on themes of wood, iron and smoke, inspired by Spring’s history as a railroad switchyard in the early 1900s.
At Lizzy G’s Fine Gifts, Liz Tillman and her aunt, Ginger Lester, said their generational gap and opposing personalities are what bring the store the balance it needs.
FM 1960 residents create petition in hopes of inciting positive change for longtime nuisance building
Residents of the Spring and Klein area are hoping to finally see improvements at a longtime nuisance building on FM 1960 through a petition showing support for entities that could incite change.