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During one of its first in-person meetings in over a year, Brookshire City Council moved forward with plans to improve city streets and approved platting for Phase II of the Empire west Business … more
Registration remains open for Katy ISD’s Community Education Program courses for October courses, according to a KISD announcement. The courses are offered to those interested in learning a new … more
The Arc of Katy is preparing to relocate in January to a new, larger, purpose-built facility to enable growth of programs and services it provides for people with intellectual and developmental … more
Fort Bend County launched a new program dubbed “Get Hired” to help small businesses throughout the county with their recruiting efforts. The new incentive program offers tiered incentive … more
The Katy Christian Ministries 17th annual gala event was a success and exceeded its fundraising goal, said KCM Executive Director Deysi Crespo. The annual event – one of the nonprofit’s … more
The Katy area saw only minor effects from Hurricane Nicholas on Monday and Tuesday as the storm made landfall near Galveston, then veered more north and east than expected despite being upgraded from … more
In a meeting that lasted just less than 45 minutes, Katy City Council approved establishing a four-way stop at the intersection of Kingsland Boulevard and W. Firethorne Road and a contract for … more
The Katy area is under a tropical storm warning as Tropical Storm Nicholas approaches the region with heavy rains and some winds expected over the next 48 hours according to area emergency management … more
Title I schools are institutions that receive funding for additional educational resources for schools that have an increased number of students from low-income families. Both Royal and Katy ISDs … more
“It should be remembered for the incredible sacrifice that took place there and for the numerous acts of courage that people did,” Mastrangelo said. “People ran to help each other, we’re all American and sometimes we forget that, but 9/11 can help remind us of that.” more
Morton Ranch High School Director of Orchestras Gabriel Katz is excited to have finally begun a mariachi group for the Mavericks. “I’ve been wanting to start a mariachi group for the … more
The Katy Heritage Society is seeking applications for its annual scholarship program, according to Katy Heritage Society President Adrienne Davitz. The nonprofit, which seeks to preserve Katy’s … more
Katy Area Economic Development Council President and CEO Lance LaCour will be leaving the Katy EDC for a new position with Partnership Lake Houston, a nonprofit chamber of commerce serving Northeast … more
Relay for Life Katy is coming to kick cancer’s backside out of Katy on Saturday, Oct. 23 at Katy City Park according to Brenda Martin, one of the event’s organizers. “It’s … more
The Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office is seeking two people of interest involved in the reported theft of multiple pairs of eyeglasses from the LensCrafters location in the LaCenterra shopping … more
Karla DeCuir, University of Houston-Victoria Katy senior director of enrollment management and external affairs, is one of 26 people across the nation as a National Latino Leader, according to a … more
Katy ISD’s District Risk Management Director Lance Nauman has earned the 2021 Texas Association of School Boardds Risk Management Fund Excellence Award in recognition for efforts he and his … more
Christ Clinic Katy is finalizing details for this year’s Breakfast for a Blessing fundraiser on Oct. 8 from 7:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. Christ Clinic Executive Director Lara Hamilton said this … more
Katy Christian Ministries is just about finished with preparations for its 2021 fundraising gala – its 17th annual party to raise funds for its mission to help those in need throughout the Katy … more
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