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AUSTIN - The Texas Division of Emergency Management (TDEM) on April 9th encouraged Texans impacted by last week’s severe weather to report damage to homes and businesses by submitting an online damage assessment survey. more
The Board of Trustees for Katy Independent School District met for a work-study session on Monday, April 15th, twice going into closed session -- each time for the purpose of discussing and considering the Superintendent Ken Gregorski’s annual evaluation and contract, according to the published agenda for the board meeting. more
An out-of-state political action committee dedicated to “changing education one school district at a time,” according to its website, has endorsed two candidates running for the Katy ISD school board, and is running ads on social media in support of one of them. more
he Harris County Robert W. Hainsworth Law Library and the Harris County Public Library (HCPL) held a ribbon cutting for the first-ever LAW (Legal Access Workspace) Pod in Harris County on April 9th at the Katherine Tyra Branch Library, 16719 Clay Rd, Houston. more
On April 9th Comcast announced Houston would be one of five cities from which eligible small businesses can apply to its nationally recognized Comcast RISE program for the opportunity to receive business support grants. more
The Lighthouse Church and Ministries (TLHC) announced April 4th that Pastor Demond Hammond, campus pastor of Lighthouse West, would receive the President’s Call to Service Award at a gala in Houston on April 7. more
In celebration of Earth Day, Harris County Precinct 4 Commissioner Lesley Briones and Trees for Houston hosted a free “tree giveaway” on Saturday, April 6th at the Steve Radack Community Center, 18650 Clay Road in Houston. more
At the April 4th meeting of the Katy Rotary Club, held at the Club at Falcon Point, 24503 Falcon Point Drive, Katy, event chairman David Loesch reported a record weekend at the 2024 Wild West Brewfest. more
Relay for Life is a free local event designed to celebrate cancer survivors and caregivers and remember those we have lost, according to Brenda Hunter Martin, who serves as event lead for the Katy event, scheduled for April 20th from 4 to 10 p.m. at Katy City Park, 5720 Franz Road in Katy. more
The Katy Area Chamber of Commerce held a “live quiz” event on April 2 to conclude the 2024 National Civics Bee®, an initiative aimed at encouraging more young Americans to engage in civics and contribute to their communities. more
Get fishing at the Fort Bend County Fair Association's Boots & Buckles on the Bay fishing tournament. On Saturday, May 18th, fishing teams will compete for over $8,000 in cash and prizes, including trophy belt buckles, in Matagorda. more
An April 4th story on the death of local chef Alex Au-Yeung contained three errors, including the misspelling of his last name. He was 52 at the time of his death, not 53. His restaurant, Phat … more
Spavia Cinco Ranch kicks off program to assist single mothers on April 14th This Mother's Day season, Spavia Cinco Ranch has teamed up with Vital 2 Life's – Single Mother's Ministry. a local … more
Texas Land Commissioner Dawn Buckingham announced on April 1 that the Texas General Land Office (GLO) approved more than $72 million in regional mitigation funds to improve Texas streets, drainage, and sewer systems. more
On April 2, Katy Independent School District hosted the annual Employee Service Awards event, honoring and celebrating district employees who have reached remarkable milestones in their careers. … more
In Monday night’s city council meeting, the council awarded a bid to Hayden paving of Houston for street improvements in the Town Park subdivision. more
The Home Depot is scheduled to open its new store in west Katy at 133 Cane Island Parkway on April 11th under the direction of Home Depot Store Manager Javonne Smith. more
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