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August events planned by Precinct 4 for the Steve Radack Community Center, 18650 Clay Road, Houston, include: more
Cane Island will host the return of its popular Back to School Bash on Saturday, August 12, open to the public from 10 a.m. – noon. more
Houston Methodist West Hospital dished out kindness as it celebrated its partnership with The Ballard House, a community organization that provides temporary housing for individuals traveling to the Katy-West Houston area for medical treatment. more
During their July 18 meeting, Harris County commissioners discussed a report from the Harris County Women’s Commission outlining its future goals and issued new directives for the nine-member group. more
During the Katy ISD July Regular Board meeting on Monday, July 31st, Trustees voted to approve an Order calling for a November schools bond election. more
The Houston-Galveston Area Council, in collaboration with the Gulf Coast Economic Development District is developing a new comprehensive economic development strategy in order to shape the economic growth and development of the region. more
City of Katy City Administrator Byron Hebert described “decades of efforts” between the city and commercial developers at a forum sponsored by the West Houston Association on Friday, July 28. more
While all of the nine Cinco students worked their hardest in their respective events, an outstanding student made his way to 6th in his event. Rishabh Chowdhury, a junior, competed in Marketing, which consisted of both an objective test and a case study presentation. more
Fort Bend County Clerk Laura Richard will host a Back to School - Birth Certificate Event on Saturday, July 22, 2023 at the County Clerk’s office located at the Travis Building, 301 Jackson Street in Richmond. more
At the July 10th meeting of the Katy City Council, a new bid of $384,305.08 for the completion of the 3B Learning Center was approved by a close 3 to 2 vote by council members. more
The City of Katy asks residents and businesses to continue using daily water conservation techniques in order to reduce water usage during current extreme heat conditions, according to a recent post on the city’s Facebook page. more
In an effort to reduce fatalities and serious injuries caused by speeding, the Katy Police Department is participating in “Operation Slow Down,” according to the department’s Facebook page.  more
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"The entertainment lineup truly has something for everyone. Talented artists will bring their music and deliver an outstanding show for our fairgoers. It will be a spectacular fair run," says Jennifer Williams, 2023 Fort Bend County Fair Association President. more
The Public Utility Commission of Texas (PUCT) is accepting public comments on a petition by the North American Number Planning Administrator (NANPA) for the addition of a new area code to accommodate continuing growth in the greater Houston area. more
The Harris County Sheriff's Office (HCSO) is pleased to announce a donation of ballistic glass windshields from the Harris County Sheriff's Office Foundation. more
The West Houston Association has announced a special forum focusing on the significance of planning in development.  Titled “Collaborating for Quality Growth,” the half-day event will be held on Friday, July 28th. more
“We are thrilled to announce the inauguration of Katy Beer Garden, a strikingly fresh addition to the Greater Katy community," said Steven Enrique Salazar, Founder, CEO, and beverage director.  more
Fanny Jetton has been sworn-in as the Acting Temporary State Representative for Texas House District 26. more
At its June 26th meeting the Katy ISD school board took action on library book purchases and staff compensation and heard recommendations for attendance boundary changes. more
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