Three segments of the Grand Parkway—Houston’s third outer loop—are expected to bring improved mobility and new developments to northern Harris County after the roadway opens to traffic at the end of 2015.
Although much of the work performed by the Barbara Bush Library Friends occurs behind the scenes, the nonprofit’s tireless work has benefited the Barbara Bush Library, which has the highest circulation of all libraries within Harris County.
Residents in Spring and Tomball will not have to go far for many of their consumer needs, as a new Kroger Marketplace will open at 24350 Kuykendahl Road April 11, featuring more than 120,000 square feet of groceries and other products.
Spring ISD and consulting firm School Executive Consulting Inc. continue to search for a new superintendent to replace former superintendent Ralph Draper, who retired Jan. 31 after nine years with the school district.
Victor Flaherty didn’t know much about plants when he started Plants for All Seasons more than 40 years ago, but he had land, he had the pieces in place for a garden center and he knew what customers wanted.
Growing up, Jack Cagle’s grandfather often reminded him he came from a family of judges. Cagle’s grandfather even nicknamed his grandson “Cactus Jack” after Jack Garner, the former vice president who served in all three branches of government.
Although many incumbents who serve the Spring and Klein community are on their way to another term following the March 4 primaries, the Nov. 4 general election will feature several contested races for state and national officials.
When Elias Deek purchased Clementine’s Restaurant in 1980, there were few eateries on FM 1960. The small, 1,295-square-foot restaurant served large crowds of a community that was just beginning to be developed.
TopGolf announced Jan. 14 it would open its second Houston location in Spring at 560 Spring Park Blvd. in April. The 65,000-square-foot golf entertainment facility will feature 120 driving range bays over three floors.