12:00 am Sept.

Event Land

In the age of flashy thrills and video games, Keyla Tonner—owner of Event Land in Magnolia—is finding new ways to inspire wonder in children.

12:00 am Sept.

Magnolia Smokehouse

Whether it’s delivering food to local law enforcement or catering to the football team at Magnolia West High School next door, Magnolia Smokehouse is determined to serve its community.

Updated 6:32 pm April 27, 2015 CDT

Home Improvement Guide

With fall being a popular time for home improvement projects, this guide provides a compilation of local home improvement stores and services.

12:00 am Aug.

Hwy. 249 extension enters design phase

With revenue studies complete, the Harris County and Montgomery County toll road authorities have opted to move forward with the Hwy. 249 project to create a six-lane toll road from Spring Cypress Road to FM 1774 in Magnolia.

12:00 am Aug.

Richard Carpenter

Richard G. Carpenter serves as the chancellor of the Lone Star College System, which has eight campuses in the Greater Houston area.

12:00 am Aug.

Hurricane season

As the Houston area enters the height of hurricane season—which lasts from June 1 to Nov. 30—authorities are encouraging residents to be prepared for an emergency situation.

12:00 am Aug.

Matt Family Orchard

While picking your own fruit fresh from a tree may seem like an activity from generations past, Rick Matt—owner of Matt Family Orchard—has found there are still many people out there who relish the opportunity.

Updated 6:30 pm April 27, 2015 CDT

High-speed rail gains steam

Plans for a high-speed rail line connecting Houston with the Dallas-Fort Worth region are slowly gaining momentum as local and state agencies, both public and private, explore options on how best to build a potential line.

12:00 am Aug.

Tomball Fire Department

Throughout the years, the Tomball Fire Department has evolved from being entirely volunteer-based to staffing a combination of full-time, part-time and volunteer workers.

12:00 am Aug.

Roy Lazenby

The opening of Lone Star College–Tomball in 1988 was marked as a moment of pride and aspiration for the Tomball community, as residents who could not afford to travel for college were given a chance to continue their education close to home.

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