Each city will hold elections for mayor and two city council seats in May.
The Shenandoah City Council debated the necessity of an in-depth market study currently estimated around $150,000.
The vote resulted in a tie, which meant the proposed rezoning failed.
Texas Central officials announced interior plans Feb. 17 for the company's proposed high-speed train connecting Houston and Dallas.
The lawyer and former director of The Woodlands Township will serve on the Department of Public Safety oversight commission for a six-year term, pending confirmation from the Texas Senate.
Daniel Pena, David Eason, Clyde Vogel and incumbent Gene DeForest will face each other in the March Republican primaries.
The new concept is the first Tex-Mex offering from local restaurateurs John Amato and Jason Daly.
Q&A: Democratic candidates for U.S. representative for District 10 discuss area concerns, immigration policy
Three candidates are running in the Democratic primary for Texas' 10th congressional district.
Jersey Mike's Subs will open a new location in Indian Springs.
The amount of office and retail space in The Woodlands market grew in January, and industrial vacancies grew by 2%.
The swim academy opened Feb. 10.
The location at 9420 College Park Drive, The Woodlands, was previously occupied by a Randall's grocery store.
The restaurant offers a range of Mexican cuisine and tequila and mezcal cocktails.
A yearslong project aimed at improving safety and mobility along Rayford Road is nearing completion in March
"Student Body," written by Frank Winters, examines campus sexual assault; its protagonists discover a video at a party of a sex act that "may or may not be considered consensual."
The Tomball ISD board of trustees approved calendars for the next two school years Feb. 11.
The company also operates two local car washes on FM 1488.
The Butler House offers a full-service bar with house martinis and specialty cocktails, and it serves new-American cuisine such as the Butler Burger, a locally sourced beef burger served in a brioche bun.
Harris County Commissioners Court unanimously appointed Peter Key as the interim executive director for the Harris County Toll Road Authority at its Feb. 11 meeting.
In response to a global coronavirus outbreak, Harris County launched a rumor-control website and increased Harris County Public Health’s budget for fiscal year 2020-21 in hopes of giving the agency greater capacity to deal with such diseases.
Lone Star College is expanding its safe zone program to include student advocates.
The two new regulations create a proportional limit on additional buildings and allow for a new digital billboard in the city.
Tomball ISD Chief Financial Officer Jim Ross presented a construction update to the TISD board of trustees during a workshop meeting Feb. 10.