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Legendary local businessman Jim “Mattress Mack” McIngvale shared some of his wisdom with attendees of the Katy Area Economic Development Council at the December General Assembly breakfast on December 4th. more
In observance of World AIDS Day, Fort Bend County Judge KP George, in collaboration with Katy Pride, First Christian Church of Katy, and Fort Bend Health and Human Services, hosted the inaugural Fort Bend County AIDS Walk on Friday, December 1, 2023. more
The Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office is now accepting applications for the Citizens Police Academy scheduled to begin in the Spring of 2024, according to a department press release. more
Texas Online Preparatory School students donate sweet treats and fruit to the Katy Police Department, where they were given a tour of the jail and police vehicles and learned about the canine unit. more
Mosaic House of Prayer held its 18th Annual Toy Blessing at the Hangar Unity Center in Brookshire on November 28th. more
Fort Bend County Judge KP George is set to host his Annual Community Toy Drive at noon on Friday, December 15, at the Rosenberg Annex, 4520 Reading Rd, Rosenberg, TX 77471 more
A shooting occurred Saturday, November 25th outside Katy Mills Mall at 5000 Katy Mills Circle in Katy where three people were injured around 9 p.m. after gunfire erupted in the parking lot adjacent to mall entrance number 5, which is near Sun & Ski Sports. more
Harris County Precinct 4 Commissioner Lesley Briones has announced a “Small Business Meetup” for local businesses and entrepreneurs. more
Harris County’s approach to public safety goes far beyond gun buybacks. In 2022, Harris County Public Health launched the Community Violence Interruption Program (CVIP). This year, Harris County Commissioners Court approved numerous public safety investments, such as the expansion to the Holistic Assistance Response Teams (HART) Program, which connects residents experiencing mental health crises with appropriate services without having to involve public safety officers, freeing law enforcement to respond to violent crimes. more
Royal FFA’s team members scored big at the District Leadership Development Event on November 10th at Blinn College. more
All seven Harmony Public Schools districts received “Superior” A+ scores from the Texas Educational Agency on the agency’s annual FIRST financial accountability ratings, the Harmony system announced in a November 10th press release. more
Aristoi Classical Academy invites students, parents, and families to its Prospective Family Open Houses on December 2, 2023. more
Through its annual “Santa’s Sleigh” program, Katy Christian Ministries’ Social Services helps families find and maintain some balance when they fall into financial crisis. Celebrating Christmas can be really hard for these families who are struggling just to keep a roof over their heads and the lights turned on, said event organizers on the KCM website. more
Registration is now open for spring semester classes at the new Blinn College-Waller Campus, the college announced in a November 9th press release. more
Fort Bend County Libraries’ Cinco Ranch Branch Library, 2620 Commercial Center Blvd in Katy, has announced a variety of free children’s programs, adult computer classes, book clubs, and special programs for people of all ages for December. more
More than 50 outdoor vendors will gather for one of west Houston’s most popular single-day holiday shopping events, Candy Cane Market with H&H Markets, on Saturday, December 2 in Katy’s Cane Island. more
Local merchant Bill Bain, owner of KT Antiques as well as several other properties in the downtown Katy area, has set the grand opening of The Depot Building for the morning of December 6th. more
Rob Rosenberger, CEO and co-founder of Blackdragon, addressed the general assembly of the Katy Area Economic Development Council on Tuesday, November 14th and explained how his innovative consulting firm uses crowdsourcing to develop a network of experts in government relations, corporate affairs and business growth. Rosenberger also described other “out of the box” strategies in place at the company, including peer review and peer-approved performance pay. The firm specializes in helping their clients win government contracts. more
Deputies from Constable Ted Heap's Strategic Response Unit arrested two women on Wednesday, November 15th, on charges of possessing fraudulent disabled parking placards and trying to sell them via social media. The arrests were reported on the Precinct 5 constable office’s Facebook page. more
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