Spring - Klein
Stay informed about the latest local news in Spring and Klein, including Harris County updates, SISD and KISD coverage and the latest development and business updates at City Place and Vintage Park.
Photo Source completed its second phase of renovations in May. The business, which offers photo printing, scanning, framing and related services, completed work on a multi-use studio space that will be used for photography classes and fine art reproduction and scanning.
Chycho's Tacos Pollos al Carbon opened a second, storefront location in addition to its roadside location on Aldine Westfield Road, Humble. Th eatery specializes in chicken and beef street tacos, soups, quesadillas and burritos.
The Brisket House opened its third barbecue location in April. The menu features brisket, sausage, ribs, pulled pork, turkey and chicken stuffed in a baked potato or on a plate and also offers meat by the pound. The new location is also equipped with a private party room for special occasions.
Avenue J Collections opened its first storefront location in April. The boutique offers custom apparel and personalized gifts, including hats, shirts, wine glasses, mugs and other items that can be customized or personalized.
Express Family Clinic celebrates its fifth anniversary at its Spring location in June. The independently owner clinic offers basic exams and health screenings, minor emergency care, back-to-school shots, weight loss and related medical services. The clinic also has a location in Conroe.
Harris County Precinct 4 will partner with Cypress Creek Christian Community Center to offer more senior adult programming in the Spring and Klein area.
The American Bureau of Shipping will move its Houston global headquarters to the 10-story CityPlace 2 building—one of two CityPlace office space buildings—planned in Springwoods Village, developers announced May 24.
Mercer Botanical Gardens reopened to the public May 25.
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A new Harris County Constable Precinct 4 substation opened today to serve as a base of operations for patrols in the northern part of the precinct, Constable Mark Herman said.
After more than three decades on FM 1960, Leif’s Hair Studio will move to a new site at 20710 Kuykendahl Road, Ste. E, this summer.
The original Theiss family house was moved to Wunderlich Farm May 17 and is now being restored to resemble its original condition.
Effective Dec. 1, the U.S. overtime pay threshold for white collar, salaried employees will increase from $23,660 per year to $47,476 per year, according to the U.S. Department of Labor.
A locally owned cupcake shop will celebrate its one-year anniversary this summer and plans to expand its offerings, including adding a wedding cake service, a fruit-cobbler-in-a-jar menu and educational meetings for the public.
After four weeks of closure due to $60,000 in property damages from the April flooding, Eden’s Cafe on Stuebner Airline Road will reopen for business May 17, owner Ulises Larramendi said.
Free professional haircuts were offered to the homeless on Sunday at Leif’s Hair Studio, which is located on FM 1960 in Spring. The event, called S.W.A.C—Starts with a Cut—serves Houston's homeless by providing haircuts for those in need.
The traffic routes affected for the bike race portion of the Ironman triathlon route will include several roads and intersections in the Spring and Klein area, according to the race route Traffic Impact districted by Ironman Texas. The race is to be held May 14 with the bike race part beginning at 7 a.m. and lasting until 4:25 p.m.
Last night, Spring High School earned a Grammy Enterprise award of $5,500 for its outstanding music program.
Spring ISD began demolition in mid-April on the three-story TC Jester Boulevard building that will serve as the permanent location for Early College Academy, replacing the temporary facilities that have housed the project since it opened in 2011, according to a district press release.
Undaunted by setbacks in the housing and energy markets, Coventry Development Corporation’s 1,800-acre master-planned community, Springwoods Village, continues to develop with new retail and office space planned alongside nearly completed residential areas.