In the months since the COVID-19 pandemic began, the Bay Area tourism industry has taken a blow.
Most Cy-Fair ISD students opting for virtual instruction in 2020-21 according to early survey results
Initial survey results are in, but parents have until Aug. 25 to complete the questionnaire or change their original learning method selection.
Harris County confirms largest single-day COVID-19 death toll Aug. 6; hospitalizations continue slow downward trend
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The Houston Mayor's Task Force on Policing Reform is circulating a survey among Houston neighborhoods to collect opinions from residents.
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The district is asking parents to complete the course by Sept. 4.
Officials provide updates on COVID-19, Lake Houston dam gates, mouth bar dredging at Kingwood BizCom
Local business leaders and community members gathered virtually at Kingwood BizCom on Aug. 6, which was hosted by the Lake Houston Area Chamber of Commerce.
Liberty Kitchen is back in River Oaks.
On Aug. 6, The Woodlands Township board of directors arrived at a proposed tax rate and talked about the future of $1.78 million mounted security contractors Alpha & Omega.
The 2020 U.S. census response rate is already lagging behind 2010 numbers, and officials said the shortened timeline only increases the chances of an undercount.
This number has increased by 92 cases since July 31 and includes 1,290 active cases, 2,293 recoveries and 39 deaths.
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The county also confirmed the 77th coronavirus-related death.
About 373 students do not have internet and 1,833 are in need of a laptop, survey results show.
Transportation updates: Robinson Road work to be complete by early fall, Montgomery County officials said
The $2.4 million project on Robinson Road saw progress in July.
The proposed fiscal year 2020-21 budget for League City, which begins Oct. 1, includes a property tax rate drop and decreases in operating and capital project expenses.
With plans to open next week, Executive Director Jeff Potts said the school’s admissions office has been busier than ever heading into a unique school year.
According to the release, NAM officials will randomly select 100 applicants every Thursday afternoon from the correctly completed online applications and contact those individuals to schedule an appointment.
The farm-to-table restaurant plans to create 90 jobs and offer familiar American meals.
Chromebooks will be distributed to high school students Aug. 6-7, to middle school students Aug. 10-11 and to elementary school students Aug. 13-14.
The Sugar Land Legacy Foundation is providing local businesses with up to $1,000 to help them build a digital presence and remain open during the coronavirus pandemic.
Galveston County COVID-19 cases have reached 9,168 as of Aug. 5. A total of 107 cases were reported Aug. 4, and another 62 were reported Aug. 5.
As local districts delay in-person start dates, parents and teachers call remote learning a 'tough' but flexible alternative
FROM THE COVER: Despite not all residents being in favor of pursuing virtual education in the upcoming school year, state and local leaders have released guidance for school districts to implement online learning in hopes of curbing the spread of the coronavirus in schools.