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Seaside RV Resort now open in Seabrook

The resort features 90 spots for recreational vehicle parking and another 37 spots that have access to cabins.


Pushing for sleep: Clear Creek ISD school start times to remain unchanged

Dozens of other students, parents and even doctors have been advocating for later high school start times stretching back years. However, advocates will have to wait a bit longer.


Harris County considers legality, liability of removing Houston City Council Member District B race from Dec. 14 runoff ballot

Harris County commissioners have questions about the removal of the race for Houston City Council Member District B from the Dec. 14 runoff election and what it could mean for future elections.



Greater Houston region expected to see slower job growth in 2020

The Greater Houston area is expected to see a net gain of 42,300 jobs in 2020.


Mayor, council members debate legality of votes during League City City Council meeting

The League City City Council on Dec. 3 made what the mayor considered to be two illegal votes, and he will be taking his concerns to the attorney general.


Harris County unanimously approves plan for Healthy Food Financing Initiative program

The countywide competitive grant program will provide funding to support healthy food retail, nutrition education and urban agriculture in underserved communities.


Alamo Tamales To Go: Owners serve seasonal treats to hungry locals

For many Latinos, as soon as the weather starts cooling down and the holiday season rolls around, it is time to eat tamales.


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TriFitness Gym: Veteran changing fitness industry for seniors

Jake Trione has faith in God, a passion for helping the elderly and an old soul. The combination led him from serving in the Coast Guard for over 13 years to starting in his garage a gym specifically tailored to seniors.


Valentine Law Firm relocating within Seabrook

The law office’s previous location was demolished to make room for the expansion of Hwy. 146.


Inside Information: What to know about the 2020 census

The official day for the 2020 census count is a few months away, and census employees are already beginning to prepare for the April 1, 2020, count.




Webster Animal Shelter grand opening Dec. 7

The $1 million facility, which is next door to the previous shelter, will hold 16 dogs, 15 to 30 cats, has an office and is 3,000 square feet big.


Houston Runoff Voter Guide 2019: Polling locations, candidates

Six citywide races and one district City Council race are in the runoff.


Houston Runoff Voter Guide 2019: City Council At-Large Position 1 candidates Mike Knox and Raj Salhorta

Learn more about the candidates for Houston City Council At-Large Position 1 in the Dec. 14 runoff.


Houston Runoff Voter Guide 2019: City Council At-Large Position 5 candidates Eric Dick and Sallie Alcorn

Learn more about the candidates for Houston City Council At-Large Position 5 in the Dec. 14 runoff.



Houston Runoff Voter Guide 2019: City Council At-Large Position 4 candidates Anthony Dolcefino and Letitia Plummer

Learn more about the candidates for Houston City Council At-Large Position 4 in the Dec. 14 runoff.


Houston Runoff Voter Guide 2019: City Council At-Large Position 3 candidates Michael Kubosh and Janaeya Carmouche

Learn more about the candidates for Houston City Council At-Large Position 3 in the Dec. 14 runoff.


Houston Runoff Voter Guide 2019: City Council At-Large Position 2 candidates David Robinson and Willie Davis

Learn more about the candidates for Houston City Council At-Large Position 2 in the Dec. 14 runoff.


INEOS expanding in Seabrook

The expansion will allow the company to increase operations.



Learn about Meadowgreen, December's featured neighborhood

This is a well-established community that continues to attract interest from buyers looking in the Houston area.



Clear Creek ISD looking for community input for strategic plan

Those interested in volunteering can apply through Dec. 18.


Houston City Council District E Member Dave Martin wins re-election in landslide

Dave Martin, the incumbent candidate for Houston City Council District E, won his second term Nov. 5 in a landslide victory over challenger Sam Cleveland.