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Education briefs for Jan. 19. 2023. more
Make-A-Wish Texas Gulf Coast and Louisiana over the past few days has granted the wishes of two Madison, Wis., students who share the same nervous system disorder. Those wishes included visits to Katy and Waller County to savor some of the local attractions. more
KB Home is opening Enclave at Bear Creek, a new, single-family home community in Katy. Enclave at Bear Creek is near 1-10, Highway 6 and Grand Parkway for an easy commute to major Houston-area employment centers, including the Energy Corridor. more
NewQuest Properties’ Shops at Katy Reserve has won Memorial Hermann Health System’s nod to be the newest primary care services’ location in the healthcare giant’s network. more
Johnson Development has formed a new venture with Plow Realty to develop an 1,146-acre tract in Waller County for its 16th Houston-area community. more
Community briefs for Jan. 19, 2023. more
Tesla, the Austin-based electric car manufacturer, plans to lease a one-million square foot warehouse in Brookshire. more
The Houston-area economy continues to perform better than the national economy, but concerns remain about a possible recession in 2023, a Greater Houston Partnership official said Tuesday. more
Americans hoping to do business in Mexico often have the misconception that Mexicans can only do selected manual labor tasks, such as cutting yards, washing dishes or cleaning houses. But the economic ties are much stronger, the U.S.-Mexico Chamber of Commerce president said in an interview at the Jan. 11 meeting of the Fulshear Katy Area Chamber of Commerce. more
With minimal discussion and no debate, Royal ISD trustees Tuesday approved the placement of a $144 million bond issue on the May general election ballot. more
Multiple law enforcement agencies, including the Katy Police Department, were involved in an intensive manhunt Tuesday evening in the 800 block of Katy Fort Bend Rd. more
Education briefs for Jan. 12, 2023 more
Community briefs for Jan. 12, 2023. more
Most homebuyers fall in love with the glamour of the home’s elevation first. Potential owners picture their family, business associates, even their boss pulling up to the home and being impressed. The homebuyers think of their kid’s prom pictures and Easter egg hunts snapshots in front of the home. more
The Katy City Council Monday authorized approximately $15,600 for civil engineering services for the Old Fussell House and 3B Learning Center, 5402 Franz Road. more
Property tax relief, and getting into the swing of things at the state Capitol, were among the priorities discussed by two state representatives at a Jan. 4 Highway 36A Coalition luncheon in Rosenberg. more
The Martin Luther King Jr. holiday is set for Monday, and while government offices and schools will be closed, the I-10 West/Brookshire MLK Celebration activities are set for public enjoyment. more
The Katy Railroad Park, 5615 1st St., features a depot and caboose that are iconic pieces of Katy’s heritage. The depot turns 125 this year, and the Katy Heritage Society is throwing a birthday party for it this weekend. more
Education briefs for Jan. 5, 2023 more
Cirque Italia has pulled out all the stops this year to take guests on a magical dream adventure. more
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