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Coastal Prairie Conservancy raised over $200,000 at its annual gala in early May to fund the preservation of vital lands in southeast Texas. more
The 2024 Craft Beer Marketing Awards (CBMAs) "Crushie" winners were announced recently in an online ceremony streamed on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/TheCrushies/). There are 13 Texas winners in this year’s Awards including six in Katy for No Label Brewing, located in the historic rice dryers at 5351 1st Street. more
KISD Transportation job fair gets in gear on May 18th at the Cyndy Self Transportation Center Roll with Katy Independent School District’s next Transportation Job Fair, scheduled for Saturday, … more
Students Engaged in Advancing Texas (SEAT), a student-led movement demonstrating youth visibility in educational policymaking, announced on May 7 that the U.S. Department of Education officially opened an investigation on Monday into the civil rights complaint filed by SEAT regarding the comprehensive anti-transgender policy passed by the Katy Independent School District's Board of Trustees in August. more
During the May 13 Katy ISD Regular Board Meeting, trustees unanimously voted to approve the district’s compensation plan for the 2024-25 school year, calling for a 3% pay increase from the mid-point for all teachers and staff. more
Council members Dan Smith, who represents Ward A, and Gina Hicks, who represents Ward B, were sworn for their new terms at Monday night’s meeting of the Katy City Council. The pair ran unopposed, resulting in the cancellation of the May 4th election. more
Harris County Commissioner Lesley Briones, in partnership with the Harris County Engineering Department (HCED), Harris County Flood Control District (HCFCD), and Northwest Harris County Municipal Utility District (MUD) 12, held a ribbon cutting ceremony on May 9, marking the completion of a drainage improvement project that will reduce flood risk in Westfield Pines and Westfield Village subdivisions, in the northeast Katy area. more
Tompkins High School teacher James Stone was arrested early Monday morning at his Katy area residence on nine counts of possession of child pornography, according to Wesley Wittig. Second district attorney for Fort Bend County. more
H-E-B announced the statewide winners of the 2024 Excellence in Education Awards during a special dinner and ceremony at the Marriott Marquis, 1777 Walker in Houston on Sunday, May 5. more
The Walmart at 1313 N Fry Rd. in Katy held a “re-grand opening" on May 3 to show off its new format. more
Katy Christian Ministries, based at 3506 Porter Road in Katy, has announced a “Stamp Out Hunger” food drive on May 11th in partnership with the United States Postal Service. more
Library hosts May 11th program for first time pet owners Are you thinking of adding a pet to your life? Fort Bend County Libraries’ Cinco Ranch Branch Library will host a program for first-time … more
Fort Bend County Judge KP George delivered the annual “State of the County” address to a packed audience at the Marriott Sugar Land Hotel on Tuesday, April 30. Hosted by the Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce and the Central Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce, the event also showcased participants from his esteemed Youth Leadership Program. more
At Monday’s work-study meeting of the Katy ISD board of trustees, board members heard a scheduled budget update from district CFO Chris Smith, considered renovations to several facilities and heard a request for additional staffing. more
On Monday, May 6, Katy ISD released the unofficial results of the “unofficial” voting results for the May 2024 Katy ISD Board of Trustees Election. more
In a press conference on April 29, the Fort Bend County Sheriff's Office unveiled its innovative mobile application, poised to redefine the way residents interact with law enforcement and access critical resources within the community. more
Marking the next step in improving street drainage and reducing flood risk for Harris County residents, Commissioner Lesley Briones hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony on May 1 to celebrate the completion of a $13.5 million drainage project in Cimarron subdivision. more
Fort Bend County Libraries will present a variety of programs, classes, and activities in May that encourage fledgling writers, or anyone who has ever wanted to write a novel, to take the plunge and pursue their dreams in a helpful, supportive environment. more
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