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The U.S. Supreme Court overturned a federal eviction moratorium on Aug. 26, opening the proverbial door for families to lose their homes after facing 18 months of the pandemic and its economic … more
The Texas Department of Transportation is holding a series of public hearings regarding proposed improvements to the Grand Parkways between I-10 and FM 1093. Suggested upgrades to the roadway are … more
One of the nation's most restrictive abortion bills — which bans abortions as early as six weeks into pregnancy — took effect at midnight after the U.S. Supreme Court did not take action … more
In a special meeting held Monday, Aug. 30, the Katy ISD Board of Trustees adopted the district’s 2021-22 Safe Return to School Plan. According to KISD Deputy Superintendent Leslie Haack, the … more
Sept. 1 B2B Expo The Katy Area Chamber of Commerce invites business leaders to bring their business cards and their expertise to the B2B Expo the first day of September. This event will feature … more
Katy ISD is ramping up into the school year and made several announcements in the last week to let parents know about district accomplishments and programs to help students. The district has received … more
Stanley G. Short has indefinitely loaned his 1940 John Deere model B Tractor to the Johnny Nelson Katy Heritage Museum on Thursday, Aug. 26. “The donation today is outstanding,” Katy … more
The Katy ISD Board of Trustees will hold a special meeting at 5 p.m. Monday evening to discuss the district’s Safe Return to School Plan and hear an update on statewide legal proceedings … more
City of Katy administrators and Katy City Council members are working on planning for Katy’s future. The city’s current strategic plan is out of date and doesn’t reflect the … more
Texas will soon stop paying extended benefits because of a decline in the state’s unemployment rate, the Texas Workforce Commission announced Thursday. The state has historically given … more
The Fulshear Church of Christ will have a new worship center to call home in the late spring of 2022. The project, which had a formal groundbreaking ceremony Aug. 23, is located just north of FM … more
In the upcoming years, Royal High School is set to experience exponential growth. The Brookshire-Pattison area is experiencing an influx, and investments in the community have started showing … more
Over the 2020-21 school year, the pandemic forced many utilities and services to shut down, including schools. Katy ISD shifted all methods of teaching and communication to an online platform to … more
A week after public health officials in Texas’ most populous county started handing out $100 cash cards to locals getting their first COVID-19 shot, the number of daily vaccinations has shot up … more
A new doggy daycare, Dogtopia, opened Aug. 23 at 1817 S. Mason Road in the Katy area, according to a Dogtopia press release. The new Katy location for the pet care chain helps dog owners with … more
The Westlake Volunteer Fire Department and Harris County Emergency Services District 47 announced via Facebook that it has selected a new fire chief. The chosen candidate is Richard Shannon … more
Memorial Hermann announced Monday that due to the continued COVID-19 surge and the strain on the hospital system’s operations, it was closing three of its 24-hour emergency rooms at 5 p.m. … more
A new attraction is coming to the Katy Mills area with Dig World, Texas’ first construction-themed adventure park, set to open later this fall just north of the mall, according to a Dig World … more
Congressman Troy Nehls, R – Texas, of Texas’s 22nd Congressional District, announced Saturday that he has been diagnosed with COVID-19 just days after being near a family member who had a … more
According to a statement from the office of Fort Bend County Commissioner Andy Meyers, organizers of the long-awaited Texas Heritage Parkway hosted a ribbon cutting event for the new roadway this … more
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