Spring - Klein
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As more people move to Texas and return to “normal” activities, Texas’ labor force is also growing, according to the Texas Workforce Commission.
Items can be purchased in person, online or through mail order to qualify.
The announcement from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services came after a joint letter from County Judge Lina Hidalgo and Mayor Sylvester Turner requesting additional vaccines.
Floor Coverings International offers flooring installation services for materials such as hardwood, linoleum, tile and carpet in the Spring and Klein area.
Houston-area school districts, community colleges signal interest in Harris County disparity study funding
Three out of 25 independent school districts and two out of four community colleges have submitted letters of intent for Harris County’s $2 million disparity study fund.
Telecommunications companies in Central Texas and the West Plains region will receive funding to help rural Texans gain access to high-speed internet.
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The expo will include school supplies, assistance with registration, language testing, haircuts for students, health screening and immunizations.
According to ESD 11 Mobile Healthcare CEO Doug Hooten, the loan was a one-time measure needed to reimburse roughly $5 million in expenses related to the September 2021 launch of the district’s ambulance services, ESD 11 Mobile Healthcare, as well as the construction of a new 43-acre campus.
METRO Police Department's Crisis, Assessment, Response and Engagement unit launched its first team two months ago and plans to add a second team in August.
Harris County Precinct 3 officials said construction is nearing completion on a project to install a traffic signal at the intersection of Aldine Westfield and Sciaaca roads.
To support the growth of electric vehicles, Houston is addressing air quality concerns and long-term funding strategies for electric vehicles and charging stations.
Season tickets are now on sale, and individual concert tickets will go on sale Aug. 1.
Paul Friedman, owner and executive chef at The Chef’s Table, never went to culinary school, and he said that is exactly what has allowed his food to be so unique.
Texas Medical Center coronavirus update: Downtick in viral load, hospitalizations suggests slowing of spread
The Texas Medical Center admitted an average of 240 COVID-19 hospital patients per day for the week of July 11-17, which fell to 226 per day for the week of July 18-25, a 5.83% decrease in new patients.
Harris County Precinct 3 officials said the project aims to improve safety and traffic flow by providing two lanes for southbound traffic and completing mobility connection between Harris and Montgomery counties.
Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo and Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner cited rising case numbers in the nation’s fourth-largest city as driving the need for more vaccines.
Over 5,000 doses have been sent to Dallas County, and others will be distributed to local health departments.
When Modern Design & Remodeling owner Israel Monroy was 18 years old, he accepted a summer job at a flooring store. He said he had no idea, however, that it would be the beginning of a lifelong career in the industry.
Officials cited overcrowded jails and the criminal court case backlog to push for the funding. The vote was approved unanimously.
The USDA is ending the free lunch provision that was in place during COVID-19. Parents interested in applying for free or reduced-price lunches can apply through their school district.
According to the advisory, Batch 3 is being carried out by contractor Lecon Inc., and the construction contract duration is 688 days.