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Chick-Fil-A, , 25601 Nelson Way, is hosting Coffee with a Cop from 9-10:30 a.m. Wednesday. more
The Katy Area Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority has organized a Katy ISD candidate forum, set for 1-3 p.m. Saturday at Powerhouse Christian Church, 1818 Katyland Dr. more
The Houston-Galveston Area Council (H-GAC) has updated its regional transportation plan and seeks public feedback from residents and stakeholders to ensure that the proposed plan’s vision and strategies align with the region’s transportation needs. The proposed vision is a safe, resilient, equitable, and reliable multimodal transportation system that contributes to a livable region. more
The Katy City Council, at a March 8 special meeting, approved a $3.4 million contract to complete the work on its historic town square project. more
Willowfork Fire District #2 is building a new administrative office and remodeling its Westheimer Parkway fire station to meet the needs of a growing district. more
Think of the term “construction worker,” and chances are the image of a man, in jeans and a hard hat and tool belt, comes to mind. But as Katy continues to grow, more construction workers are needed. A relatively new outreach program, which will be introduced March 21 in Katy, will work to help change that construction worker image. more
Youngsters tagging along with their parents—perhaps some parents themselves—can expect to find some entrepreneurial inspiration at the upcoming Katy Home and Garden Show. Plenty of businesses will have their merchandise available for purchase. more
Community briefs for March 16, 2023. more
The City of Katy Fussell Senior Center, 5370 E. 5th St., held its annual chili cookoff Feb. 10. The cookoff drew 21 teams from across the Greater Houston area. more
The Square at Elyson retail development now under construction on a 12-acre site at Grand Parkway and FM 529. more
Education briefs for March 16, 2023. more
The Texas Department of Public Safety is urging Texans to avoid traveling to Mexico during spring break, and beyond, due to the ongoing violence throughout that country. more
Senator Paul Bettencourt, R-Houston, filed SB 2329 and SJR 86 to let Texans vote on eliminating Daylight Savings Time. If the voters approve, this would group Texas with Arizona and Hawaii, the only two states that do not currently observe Daylight Savings Time in the United States. more
Education briefs for March 9, 2023. more
With nine years under its belt buckle, H-E-B is announcing the call for entries for the 10th Annual H-E-B Quest for Texas Best. Submissions will be accepted February 22 through April 6. Qualified participants will compete for a combined $70,000 in cash prizes and the opportunity to feature their product on H-E-B shelves across the state. more
Nancy Olson was named Child Advocate of the Year for 2022 at Child Advocates of Fort Bend’s Annual Volunteer Celebration held Feb. 23 at Sugar Creek Country Club. The event was attended by more than 200 volunteers, community partners and staff. more
Springtime is associated with renewal and rebirth. In nature, spring serves as the time new plants revel in newfound warmth. Humans find themselves cleaning and decluttering items collected over the winter months and restarting garden projects. more
The Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs (TDHCA) announced it will re-open the Texas Rent Relief application portal from March 14-28 in order to accept new applications for a remaining $96 million in rent relief funds. The rent relief portal will accept new applications starting at 8 a.m. March 14 through 11:59 p.m. March 28 to help eligible households with rent and utility payments. more
Community briefs for March 9, 2023. more
The family of a longtime Katy resident is asking the public’s help in supporting an effort to rename a public law in his memory. more
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