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Four positions are up for election to the Royal ISD Board of Trustees, with incumbents seeking re-election in two of those races. more
Katy-area voters go to the polls Nov. 8 to make their choices for statewide offices such as governor, lieutenant governor and attorney general, among other offices. Voters will also select officeholders and decide local issues, depending on their residency. more
Katy ISD voters will decide whether to ratify a $1.3517 per $100 property evaluation tax rate in the Nov. 8 election. more
Gov. Greg Abbott and the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs announced households eligible for the Texas Homeowner Assistance Program can now apply for help paying past due and future utility payments. Additionally, income-qualifying households will have more time to stabilize their finances with future mortgage payments through the program. more
The Northeast Fort Bend County Fire Department the Fort Bend County Sheriff’s office have collaborated to form the first-ever regional Fort Bend County Dive and Water Rescue Team. more
Education briefs for Oct. 20, 2022. more
Community briefs for Oct. 20, 2022. more
Two men, one of whom is a Fulshear resident, have been ordered to federal prison following their convictions of conspiracy to commit and committing health care fraud, U.S. Attorney Jennifer B. Lowery said. more
The Katy City Council Oct. 13 adopted a parks and recreation plan for the city as part of an ongoing comprehensive plan update. more
Members of a Royal ISD facilities advisory committee are now reviewing requests for items to be recommended for placement on a bond for district voters to consider next year. more
Katy promotes itself as the hub of three counties. Now it is aiming to be an even bigger hub. more
Education briefs for Oct. 13, 2022. more
Let me start by saying, no one will mistake me for a politician. I have no desire to hold office, zero tolerance for posturing, and less than zero interest in anyone else’s opinions. more
Community briefs for Oct. 13, 2022. more
Mayor Dusty Thiele and the Katy City Council Monday paid tribute to Kenneth Berger, a former Ward A council member and member of several city boards. Berger died Sept. 18. Berger served on the … more
Brookshire, like all the other area municipalities, is trying to manage its explosive population growth and the development that comes with it. One way it hopes to do this is to have a full-time city administrator who would report to the mayor and council while supervising city departments. more
Mayekawa is a Japanese family-owned company that manufactures compressors that serve the food, medical and oil and gas industries. It has moved its U.S. headquarters to Brookshire and last week completed construction of its first compressor at that plant. more
A political consultant was convicted Friday for a failed scheme intended to affect the outcome of the race for Texas House of Representatives District 132 during the 2020 election cycle, Harris County District Attorney Kim Ogg said. more
Katy Christian Ministries is moving its food pantry from its 5510 1st St. location to its new facility at 3506 Porter Road. The process is expected to take about a week, with reopening expected the … more
Texas Children’s Pediatrics celebrated the launch of its new practice in Fulshear with a Sept. 30 ribbon cutting. more
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