The city has spent $2.4 million on 28 out of 40 fast-tracked accessibility repairs to sidewalks.
Dangerous conditions due to aging street and sidewalk infrastructure on Westheimer Road in Montrose have been a longstanding issue even though the area is one of the city’s most popular destinations.
Since Hurricane Harvey flooded The Centrum with 3.5 feet of water in August 2017, restoration work continues on the performing arts center and church sanctuary more than two years later.
Spring ISD’s overall 2018-19 Texas Education Agency accountability rating improved by eight points from the previous year—outpacing increases from neighboring districts including Klein and Cy-Fair ISDs. But the district’s rating remains more than 10 points below those districts, according to TEA accountability rating results.
Hidden off a dirt road offshoot of the bustling four-lane traffic on Spring Cypress Road and nestled between a storage facility and a three-story apartment complex is Atkinson Farms—a four-generation family farm that has been growing produce in Harris County since 1923.
SwitcHouse Plates & Pours’ upscale dining service plays on themes of wood, iron and smoke, inspired by Spring’s history as a railroad switchyard in the early 1900s.
At Lizzy G’s Fine Gifts, Liz Tillman and her aunt, Ginger Lester, said their generational gap and opposing personalities are what bring the store the balance it needs.
The location includes a security-controlled building and age-appropriate playgrounds
Dr. Quyen Trinh took over the practice from his sister.
Resale store has operated in The Woodlands area for 30 years
The project aims to expand the road from two to four lanes, realign the road from its current route through Edgewater Park to meet at Sorters McClellan Road, and create a bridge over the Union Pacific Corp. railroad.
FM 1960 residents create petition in hopes of inciting positive change for longtime nuisance building
Residents of the Spring and Klein area are hoping to finally see improvements at a longtime nuisance building on FM 1960 through a petition showing support for entities that could incite change.
The Black Labrador is closing Dec. 15.
The project between Harris County and McCord Development will expand Lockwood Road between Beltway 8 and the Union Pacific Corp. railroad from a two to four lanes.
The Tomball ISD District Zone Committee hosts an open public forum at 5:30 p.m. Nov. 14 at the Staff Development Center, located at 1302 Keefer Road, Tomball, regarding the proposed attendance zones.
Internal Medicine Associates of Houston celebrates five years in Pearland
Premier Pools & Spa has moved to a new location in Pearland
The Katy Area Economic Development Council will welcome its first class of Katy-area community members and business leaders to its leadership institute in February.
SouthWest Water Company employees added a walking trail and benches to Decker Hills Park during a clean-up event Nov. 4.
At Cards and Comics Connection, comic books line the walls, while gaming tables fill the store.
Project will feature new eight-story patient tower and hospital-wide renovations
Tomball ISD teachers make up one-third of Texas finalists for 2019 Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching
Two Tomball ISD teachers are among six finalists in Texas for the 2019 Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching, TISD officials announced Nov. 8 in a press release.
Blue Cross and Blue Shield members will be able to receive in-network care at Kelsey-Seybold