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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
The Seven Lakes HS Fine Arts Department is delighted to present its annual “Holiday Extravaganza” on Thursday, December 7th on the campus of Seven Lakes High School. more
Mark your calendars Santa Claus is coming to town! The City of Katy Fire Department announced via the City of Katy’s official Facebook page that Santa Tours starts Monday, November 27th. more
On November 12th, the Fort Bend County Tax Assessor-Collector, Carmen P. Turner, announced via press release that there will be a delay in the mailing of property tax statements from the county, due to the recent constitutional amendment election in Texas. more
On Friday, the Fort Bend County 328th, 387th, and 505th District Courts joined forces with courts across the country, opening their doors on National Adoption Day to finalize adoptions of children from foster care and to celebrate all families who adopt. more
A four-person team from the City of Katy braved the odds at the Texas Recreation & Park Society (TRAPS) East Region Maintenance Rodeo earlier this month, despite being short-handed, according to a post on the City of Katy’s official Facebook page. more
In the last ten years, the number of auto collisions in Katy resulting in fatalities has remained steady, but the total number of crashes has nearly doubled increasing from 400 in 2012 to 787 in 2022. more
By unanimous vote at the November 13th meeting, Katy ISD Board of Trustee members confirmed that the district’s new high school #10, opening in 2024, will be named Freeman High School, in honor of one of Katy’s founding families. more
99 Cents Only Stores, in partnership with Folds of Honor, hosted an event at its Katy location on November 3rd, kicking off a month-long fundraising drive to recognize Military Families Month and Veterans Day. Folds of Honor provides scholarships to the families of America’s fallen or disabled servicemembers and the families of America’s first responders. more
For the next two months, the Fulshear communities of Cross Creek Ranch and Cross Creek West are hosting a joint Give Back, Build Hope campaign to benefit four local charities. more
Katy city council amended a local traffic ordinance to officially establish “no parking” zones near Roberston Elementary in Cane Island. Parking is now officially prohibited on the north side of the 7300-7500 block of Innovation Drive from the intersection of Cypress Cove Lane/Compass Drive to the eastern boundary of Robertson Elementary School at 7400 Innovation Drive and on the south side of the 7400-7500 block of Innovation Drive from the intersection of Cypress Cove Lane/Compass Drive to the intersection of Welwyn Lane. more
Parkway Fellowship Church is pleased to extend an invite the public to join in commemorating the groundbreaking ceremony for the future home of their North Katy location. The event is scheduled for Sunday, November 19, at 4 p.m., to be held at 5911 Morton Rd in Katy. more
Waller County Economic Development Partnership (WCEDP) Executive Director, Vince Yokom, and Elin Energy, LLC CEO, Ercan Kalafat, were on hand as Governor Greg Abbott announced November 1st that Texas once again is named the top state for business climate in the US. more
Amazing Place, the area’s non-profit focused exclusively on helping families with the challenges of dementia and Alzheimer’s, broke ground on its second campus on Thursday, November 2nd. The facility, slated to open in 2025, is located at 621 Dematel Drive, Houston, 77094, near the intersection of Kingsland and S. Fry Road and adjacent to Houston Methodist’s Continuing Care Hospital. more
Katy’s First Baptist Church will be celebrating its 125th anniversary in November, according to church officials. “On November 19th, we will celebrate and glorify God regarding the great … more
During the Katy Independent School District (Katy ISD) November Board meeting on Monday, the Naming Advisory Committee for High School #10 recommended to the Board of Trustees that the new school be named after the Freeman family, who have a 125-year history in Katy that spans six generations. more
Katy Triathlon co-chair Paul Kurt confirmed that local triathlete Nico Reyes achieved his goal in the 30th annual Katy Triathlon, held at Cane Island on October 29th more
Over 100 Katy-area residents attended the Katy stop of Harris County Precinct 4 Commissioner Lesley Briones’ “Listening Tour” Saturday at Houston Community College, 22910 Colonial Parkway. Many of the attendees were members of local homeowners associations (HOAs) or municipal utility districts (MUDs). more
A small ranch inside the City of Katy city limits was awarded the Family Land Heritage Award by the Texas Department of Agriculture in Austin on October 18th. The property, owned by Kay Beckendorff Sword and her husband Perry Sword, was the only farm or ranch land within Harris County to be recognized with this honor. “This is quite a rare event, and I am very proud,” said Kay Sword. more
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