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CrossPoint Community Church, founded in 1997, and Emmaus Road Katy, founded in 2016, have merged to become CrossRoad Church. more
As a top performing Realtor, my job is not just selling homes, but educating homeowners on market cycles. The real estate market as a whole, and Katy specifically, bask in the glory of rising home prices. For the last few years, almost any home that hit the market sold, no matter how ill-prepared the home was for presentation. more
Community briefs for Aug. 11, 2022. more
Katy school trustees are focusing both on a budget for the district’s upcoming fiscal year, along with the possibility of a tax ratification election, the school board president said. more
The pandemic brought a growing need for medical supplies. Yet supply chain issues have made it tougher for some of those products to reach the American market. more
The Katy City Council Monday established a new community development director position that, when filled, will oversee the city’s planning, permits and inspections. more
The Royal Independent School District has launched a facilities advisory committee to help design a bond package for voter consideration in the May 2023 election. more
The Katy AARP chapter will meet at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Fussell Senior Center 5370 E. 5th St .   The activities will begin with a short meeting and announcements, followed by … more
The City of Katy Friday adopted stage 3 mandatory water restrictions in response to ongoing drought conditions. more
Education briefs for Aug. 4, 2022. more
This year marks the 75th anniversary of the Fort Bend County library system, and preparations have begun for a county-wide celebration to mark the historic occasion. more
Community briefs for Aug. 4, 2022. more
Local nonprofits and charities are gathering and distributing school supplies as Katy-area students prepare to return to school next week. more
The Lone Star Symphonic Band is celebrating its 30th season beginning with an October performance. more
The state comptroller’s office estimates that shoppers will save $112 million in state and local sales tax over the upcoming sales tax holiday, set for Friday-Sunday. more
The Katy Public Works Department said Tuesday afternoon that water service has been restored following an interruption for residents and businesses in the area of FM 1463 south of I-10. more
Harris County Pct. 4 Commissioner R. Jack Cagle has tested positive for COVID-19 and will attend to his normal duties virtually, including attending Tuesday’s Harris County Commissioners Court meeting. more
The Katy City Council Thursday updated the city’s drought contingency ordinances at a specially called meeting Thursday afternoon at City Hall. more
Community briefs for July 28, 2022. more
The Katy Times August 2022 events calendar. more
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