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Katy ISD has named Kara Fox as principal at Schmalz Elementary and Carole Langley at Stephens Elementary. more
PopStroke, a Florida-based golf and casual dining facility, chose Katy for its first non-Florida location, opening in a Dec. 15 ceremony at 23110 Grand Circle Blvd. more
Katy-area residents dreaming of a white Christmas can expect a cold one, if not a white one, this weekend. more
CenterPoint Energy continues to monitor the weather forecast, as Katy and the greater Houston area is expected to experience colder-than-normal temperatures later this week and into the weekend. The company is preparing for the upcoming weather conditions and wants customers to be prepared as well. more
Some authors say their stories begin with a character. Other authors say their stories begin with a plot. But for local author Tim Sojka, the story begins with something that bothers him. more
Education briefs for Dec. 15, 2022. more
Community briefs for Dec. 15, 2022. more
Two separate naming advisory committees Dec. 12 have given Katy ISD trustees their recommended names for the district’s newest elementary schools. more
The Katy City Council Monday approved plans for a Phase 2 development of Katy Court, a planned development district near the southwest corner of Clay Road and Katy Hockley Cutoff Road. more
While Katy-area families were busy setting up their Christmas trees and arrangements, one Katy ISD teacher helped set those arrangements at the White House. more
A kitchen fire in the Katy Mills Mall food court compelled a two-hour evacuation of the mall Monday afternoon. more
Education briefs for Dec. 8, 2022. more
Children’s Lighthouse of Katy-Wood Creek Reserve, 26051 Kingsland Blvd., is holding a toy drive. Those wishing to make donations are asked to bring new, unwrapped toys to donate to those in need this holiday season. more
Since Jesus celebrated Hanukkah, The Bible Seminary is excited to announce that the Joshua, Judges, and Jesus (3J) Museum will be exploring the archaeological aspects of the first Christmas in conjunction with the Jewish festival of Hanukkah. more
Decorating homes and other spaces is a major component of the holiday season. Holiday decorations often reflect celebrants’ religious beliefs, and the following are some traditional holiday decor symbols for people of various faiths. more
One of the most frequently asked questions in real estate is, “What’s the best time of year to sell your home?” more
Houston police are investigating the fatal shooting of a woman and apparent suicide of a man at Texas Children’s Hospital West Campus, 18200 Katy Fwy. The shootings occurred at about 2 p.m. Dec. 4. more
The City of Pattison is holding its 50th birthday Saturday, but to hear Mayor Joe Garcia tell it, the community’s history goes back centuries. more
Leaders from three local nonprofit organizations gave updates for their respective groups at a Dec. 6 meeting of the Katy Area Economic Development Council. more
Part of being a train engineer is making sure the train runs on time. That counts for the big trains running across America, but it also counts for the model train set at the Johnny Nelson Katy Heritage Museum, 6002 George Bush Dr. more
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