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Education briefs for July 7, 2022. more
Now through July 29, nominations are open for the Service-Learning Champion Award, a statewide honor given to learning institutions that go above and beyond to develop the next generation of civic-minded, socially engaged Texans. more
Pulling from ancient Spanish inspiration, Bold Fox Development is naming its newest community La Segarra. more
Community briefs for July 7, 2022. more
The Katy City Council June 27 approved a zoning change request, from residential to commercial, for 20.12 acres of land near the intersection of Spring Green Boulevard and Crossover Road. more
Memorial Hermann Katy Hospital is expanding its pediatric services. In addition to its pediatric emergency department, it now offers a pediatric hospitalist team to care for pediatric patients admitted to its pediatric unit. more
A Katy city official said Tuesday that the city is ready to move forward on expanding the Clay Road-Katy Hockley Cutoff Road intersection, which is becoming a traffic bottleneck as new development moves into that area. more
The Texas Education Agency and Texas School Safety Center have ordered all Texas school districts to complete safety audits by Sept. 1. more
Vienna, Austria, is over 5,600 miles from Katy. But a man with Katy ties, now living in Austria, is playing an important role in helping Ukrainian refugees. more
The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) Texas Highway Patrol (THP) will be initiating two traffic safety campaigns during the holiday weekend looking for people violating traffic laws from Friday-Monday. more
Fort Bend County sheriff’s deputies are investigating a drowning in a Cinco Ranch neighborhood in which a local woman has died. more
Some Tompkins High School students have begun an adolescent mental health support group. more
Education briefs for June 30, 2022. more
Fort Bend County Libraries’ Adult Services staff at the Cinco Ranch Branch Library will present a free, introductory computer class, “MS Word Survival Basics,” for version 2016. more
The Katy Times July 2022 events calendar. more
Texas A&M AgriLife Extension will present a mid-summer conference on “Cultivating School Gardens” for educators to prepare youth for healthy learning. more
Brookshire Mayor Darrell Branch said efforts are underway to find a new police chief following the June 8 firing of Chief Brandal Jackson. more
The Katy City Council Monday authorized $251,254 for emergency water well rehabilitation at its water plant at 6850 Franz Road. The plant is near the Cane Island subdivision. more
Gregg Peterson has a confession to make: he used to enjoy fireworks shows before he became what he calls “the bad guy.” more
Flowers are known to freshen things up a bit. So perhaps it is not surprising that a former floral shop owner turned local volunteer has been honored as Katy’s Senior Citizen of the Year. more
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