Bellaire - Meyerland - West University
Stay informed about the latest local news in Bellaire, Meyerland and West University Place, including city council coverage, HISD news and Texas Medical Center updates.
On May 23, West University Place City Council unanimously approved the final acceptance of the Virtual Gate Project, a $4.5 million security camera and license plate recognition system that has been installed around the city.
The town hall meeting will be on Microsoft teams and will give Houstonians a chance to give input before a redistricting draft is made.
Memorial Hermann Health System named Bryan Sisk as its new senior vice president and chief nursing executive, officials announced in a May 23 news release.
Ahead of primary runoff election day May 24, here are the Houston-area candidates contesting nominations that Community Impact Newspaper will cover.
The Harris County Republican Party has opted out of Harris County's election night drop-off program, according to a May 20 news release from the Harris County Elections Administrator's Office.
May 30 is Memorial Day, a federal holiday that serves as a way to mourn people who have died while serving in the United States armed forces.
The home care agency will cater to many Houston neighborhoods, including Texas Medical Center, River Oaks, Greater Heights and West University Place.
Some Houstonians in need may be eligible to apply for an income pilot program.
Although a light at the end of the tunnel many now be in sight for many parents, officials said it may take as long as six to eight more weeks before shelves are restocked.
The 2024 opening of the Houston location is expected to spur tourism and additional investments.
On May 16, the Bellaire City Council approved a midyear wage increase for some part-time and full-time city employees to address high turnover rates across departments.
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Real estate developer Jackson-Shaw announced a 43-acre industrial park, south of the Willow Waterhole Greenway, at the former site of Houston Sportsplex, which closed in late 2021.
US Department of Housing and Urban Development letter gives Texas 10 days to fix Hurricane Harvey funding discrimination
According to previous federal findings, the Texas General Land Office discriminated against people of color in its Hurricane Harvey recovery plan.
The coronavirus pandemic exacerbated the use of opioids and other recreational drugs. Now Houston is combating the issue.
Most of the planned trails will be placed adjacent to existing toll roads, providing access to existing parks, public transit hubs, schools and neighborhoods.
Patrick Jankowski from the Greater Houston Partnership provided an update on the economic status of the Houston metro and provided insight into recent claims of impending recession.
Regulators provided an update on grid operations following a weekend notice asking Texans to conserve their power usage.
Sports and fitness chain Dick's Sporting Goods opened in Meyerland on May 13.
As work continues on a $50 million renovation project at the Evelyn Rubenstein Jewish Community Center in Meyerland, officials have announced May 22 as the planned opening date for a new swimming pool at the site.
Hai Hospitality is preparing to open a new Loro Asian Smokehouse & Bar at 5333 Kirby Drive, Houston, north of Rice Village.