58.45% of voters support the $653.57 million Proposition A and 41.55% voted against it. The $23.8 million Proposition B earned 44.73% for and 55.27% against.
The organization makes large-sum donations to jointly selected local nonprofits.
Texas voters can vote for or against 10 amendments to the state’s constitution Nov. 5.
After a setback from a downturn in the oil and gas industry about four years ago, the Lone Star College System is beginning work on its Drilling Services Technology Center, set to open in Tomball in September 2020.
After committee discussions, Tomball ISD elementary, junior high zone changes to go before board in December
The district is in the process of realigning attendance boundaries for elementary and junior high campuses to populate two new schools in the works and relieve overcrowding in southern TISD.
A new CBD store launched in The Woodlands Nov. 1
The City of Shenandoah tabled a developer's appeal to change the material siding for new homes coming to the area.
Alliance Fencing Academy has operated in the Greater Houston area for 15 years
The Howard Hughes Corp. announced Oct. 21 it will move its headquarters from Dallas to The Woodlands as part of its cost-saving Transformation Plan.
The warning is for the early morning of Nov. 1
The survey asks residents to rate potential improvements—such as installing a raised median, adding bike accommodations and installing traffic signals—evaluate corridor issues and map locations in need of improvements.
Daylight saving time ends early Sunday morning, Nov. 3, meaning clocks fall back an hour, giving Texas residents an extra hour of sleep.
Dyslexia school Texas Reading Institute-The Woodlands is now offering courses for readers with dyslexia and …
Harris County commissioners voted at an Oct. 29 meeting on a motion to move forward with plans to expand a pilot program intended to reduce domestic violence incidents involving firearms.
Oak Ridge North names new economic development corporation director; council approves land annexation
Oak Ridge North welcomed its new economic development corporation director during a regular City Council meeting Oct. 28.
The Woodlands Township board of directors had planned to decide Oct. 23 which law enforcement model to use in its ongoing incorporation study but deferred the decision to Dec. 11.
One week into the early voting period of Nov. 5 elections, overall turnout is down from 2015, the last time a mayoral election took place in the Greater Houston area.