12:00 am May

Mobility issues cost drivers

Houston can expect to see a significant rise in population throughout the next 25 years, which in turn will facilitate the need for improved transportation infrastructure throughout the region.

12:00 am May

Sushi Sara

For more than 30 years, restaurant owner Jerry Kim has worked with his hands to create distinctive Japanese-style sushi for guests in America, Japan and his home country of Korea.

12:00 am May

Vintage Gifts and Antiques

Nearly 20 years ago, Ginger Hanson began shopping at a colorful set of old houses along Jones Road, not knowing she would one day own an antique shop in the same space.

12:00 am May

International Cultural Exchange

For the past 12 years, volunteers with International Cultural Exchange have provided an opportunity for visiting college students from around the world to become better acclimated in America and Houston.

12:00 am May

Norchester

When the first set of homes in the Norchester community were built more than 30 years ago, the surrounding area was not much more than farmland with a few lone businesses scattered in between.

12:00 am May

A new way of living in Cy-Fair

The residential landscape of Cypress is poised for change throughout the next few years, as several livable centers are planned for Fairfield, Bridgeland, Towne Lake and Cypress Creek Lakes.

12:00 am May

Ed Emmett

Coffee with Impact is a quarterly forum in our Houston office featuring leaders in various sectors who are making a difference in the Houston area and beyond.

12:00 am May

City officials hope to end water war

Kyle Mayor Lucy Johnson is looking to wash her hands of Monarch Utilities, the water and wastewater utility that local officials say has been overcharging customers and stifling commercial growth in the city.