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If things work out as hoped, consumers will soon see a new hairbrush available for purchase. The new hairbrush would be unique in part because two Katy-area junior high school students designed it. more
Katy-area students opposing the recent U.S. Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade held a pro-choice rally, called Katy Fights Back, July 13 at Katy Harvest Plaza. more
The Katy Independent School District is holding an operations job fair from 4-7 p.m. today at Cinco Ranch High School, 23440 Cinco Ranch Blvd. The district is looking to fill positions in the … more
One of Katy’s newest master-planned communities is rising in west Katy. Created by esteemed developer Land Tejas, Sunterra rests west of Pitts Road and will run from Clay Road to just north of Beckendorff Road. The community features some of the nation’s top builders. more
Four Katy students were among the 19 national recipients of academic scholarships from Havenpark Communities, an operator and developer of manufactured home communities in Katy and across the country. The awards are part of Havenpark’s expansion of its Education Success program, which offers financial support, mentoring, and other education initiatives to increase education access and opportunity for residents. more
The Katy Independent School District’s Financial Services Department has been recognized by the Texas Association of School Business Officials (TASBO) with the 2022 Award of Excellence in Financial Management. more
Three Katy-area students were among over 1,200 announced as winders of National Merit Scholarships financed by colleges and universities. These Merit Scholar designees join more than 2,600 other college-sponsored award recipients who were announced in June. more
In honor of National Lost Pet Prevention Month, Special Pals, 3830 Greenhouse Road, will give away 100 free microchips to local pets in a project sponsored by Ohana Garage Doors. Dog and cat owners who need to microchip their pets can visit Special Pals Monday-Friday from 12-4 p.m. to have their pet microchipped at no cost, starting July 11 and running through July 31. more
Community briefs for July 14, 2022. more
As Katy and Southeast Texas grow westward, it’s easy to see the need for east-west routes. But the need for north-south routes is also important to ease congestion and help economic growth. more
The Katy City Council Monday authorized the acceptance of about $1.13 million dollars from the Texas General Land Office. more
Like other communities across America, Katy and Fulshear celebrated the Fourth of July in grand style. more
Education briefs for July 7, 2022. more
Now through July 29, nominations are open for the Service-Learning Champion Award, a statewide honor given to learning institutions that go above and beyond to develop the next generation of civic-minded, socially engaged Texans. more
Pulling from ancient Spanish inspiration, Bold Fox Development is naming its newest community La Segarra. more
Community briefs for July 7, 2022. more
The Katy City Council June 27 approved a zoning change request, from residential to commercial, for 20.12 acres of land near the intersection of Spring Green Boulevard and Crossover Road. more
Memorial Hermann Katy Hospital is expanding its pediatric services. In addition to its pediatric emergency department, it now offers a pediatric hospitalist team to care for pediatric patients admitted to its pediatric unit. more
A Katy city official said Tuesday that the city is ready to move forward on expanding the Clay Road-Katy Hockley Cutoff Road intersection, which is becoming a traffic bottleneck as new development moves into that area. more
The Texas Education Agency and Texas School Safety Center have ordered all Texas school districts to complete safety audits by Sept. 1. more
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