Families have until Aug. 21 to apply for the program that provides a one-time payment of $285 per child to help those who lost access to free and reduced-priced meals when schools closed.
According to a July 28 Facebook post, the Brazilian-American eatery’s last day of business will be July 30 from 4-8 p.m.
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Six area farmer's markets are allowing SNAP customers to double their spending power.
Harris County coronavirus count: Testing positivity rate declines; officials say bigger drop-off is needed
Harris County has confirmed an average of 1,300 new COVID-19 cases each day for the past seven days, according to public health data, but various gauges of the testing positivity rate in the Houston area show that a smaller percentage of people being tested have been testing positive.
While students will still receive an A-F rating, the test will no longer determine whether they can graduate.
Texas Medical Center has a ways to go before it is out of the woods, but some key COVID-19 metrics are showing signs of improvement.
The humber of confirmed coronavirus cases across nine Spring- and Klein-area ZIP codes has increased by 47 cases since July 26.
Incoming Klein ISD ninth-graders will have the opportunity to exchange their loaned Chromebooks for a tablet computer in a curbside Freshman Tech Swap event that will take place at their designated high school July 29-31.
Texas Health and Human Services Commission to post COVID-19 cases, deaths from nursing homes, assisted living centers
The data will be from state-supported living centers, state hospitals, and state-licensed nursing and assisted living facilities.
Harris County commissioners have a packed agenda to discuss at a July 28 meeting.
Early voting will now be held between Oct. 13-30.
“Close to 40 percent of all Texans identify as Hispanic, and their history is an integral part of Texas history that must be recognized and remembered,” Cornyn said. “By creating a new museum in the Smithsonian Institution, we can honor American Latino contributions and highlight their stories for future generations.”
The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in nine Spring- and Klein-area ZIP codes has increased by 85 cases over the weekend since Friday, July 24.
Face masks, school lunches and 5 other things Cy-Fair ISD parents should know about the 2020-21 school year
Parents are now able to let Cy-Fair ISD know whether they plan to send their children back to campuses or have them learn from home this fall.
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As of today, the 77373 and 77066 ZIP codes reported two deaths, raising the total death toll in each ZIP code to 12 and 2, respectively.
As the new school year approaches, districts are tasked with protecting students and staff from further COVID-19 spread while parents face tough decisions.
Sur La Table, J. Jill and Kiera's Dance Boutique are just a few of the Spring- and Klein-area businesses that have recently closed or are planning to close soon.
As a result of the bankruptcy, the business will close all Catherines locations; many Justice stores; and a few Ann Taylor, Loft, Lane Bryant and Lou & Grey stores nationwide.
The start of in-person instruction may be delayed further based on public health conditions related to the coronavirus pandemic.