Virtual events include cooking and fitness classes as well as bingo, trivia and performances from local musicians and dancers.
The requirement starts July 15.
Participating eateries will offer special menus and donate $1 from each meal to the Houston Food Bank.
However, whether home starts and new home sales will continue this performance throughout 2020 depends on a few factors such as interest rates and oil prices.
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The new cases bring the total coronavirus case count countywide to 5,284.
As school districts throughout the Greater Houston area begin to release details about what in-person and virtual learning options will look like in the fall, questions remain for local parents and educators.
Kavita Self is the new director of the Houston Museum of Natural Science at Sugar Land and the George Observatory in Needville.
Gov. Abbott: Texas Education Agency to extend online learning option for school districts in 2020-21 school year
Texas school districts may be able to continue online learning for longer than three weeks, according to Gov. Greg Abbott.
Additionally, all Walmart stores will have a single entrance beginning July 20.
Texas Renaissance Festival to offer limited number of date-specific tickets July 18; face masks encouraged during 46th season
Should the festival season be canceled amid the coronavirus pandemic, all tickets will be honored for the 2021 festival season, or guests may request a refund, according to festival information.
Recoveries increased day over day by 30 for a total of 1,865 in the county. Two new deaths were also reported for a total of 65.
July 14 primary runoff: Fort Bend County Democratic, Republican parties announce winners of county races
Here are the results from six races in Fort Bend County including county sheriff, county attorney and state Rep. District 26.
The Republican runoff winner will face Sri Preston Kulkarni, who received the majority of votes on the Democratic ticket in the March 3 primary election, on the Nov. 3 Election Day ballot.
Perfect 10 Beauty Bar in The Woodlands rebounds, Cy-Hope holds food distribution event: News from Houston
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UTMB experts say COVID-19 airborne transmission is responsible for rapid spread; virus lasts more than 12 hours in air
Two infectious disease experts from the Bay Area gave an update on the coronavirus and current research efforts July 14.
While the added $600 federal unemployment benefits will end, Texans are still eligible for other forms of relief.
Superintendent Charles Dupre said the reasoning for this decision was twofold: first, to protect the health and safety of students and staff, and second, to get students and teachers acclimated to online learning in the event that schools close during the year because of the coronavirus.
“If you don’t need to go out, please don’t go out,” County Judge KP George said.
Dr. Steven H. Kelder recently answered several questions for Community Impact Newspaper regarding COVID-19; trends in cases statewide; and important considerations for parents, students and educators as the 2020-21 school year approaches.
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Hospitals’ intensive care beds are 92.6% occupied, according to data from the Southeast Texas Regional Advisory Council.
Gov. Greg Abbott announced July 13 the U.S. Department of Defense would provide more resources to Texas to combat the rise of COVID-19.