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Local nonprofits and charities are gathering and distributing school supplies as Katy-area students prepare to return to school next week. more
The Lone Star Symphonic Band is celebrating its 30th season beginning with an October performance. more
The state comptroller’s office estimates that shoppers will save $112 million in state and local sales tax over the upcoming sales tax holiday, set for Friday-Sunday. more
The Katy Public Works Department said Tuesday afternoon that water service has been restored following an interruption for residents and businesses in the area of FM 1463 south of I-10. more
Harris County Pct. 4 Commissioner R. Jack Cagle has tested positive for COVID-19 and will attend to his normal duties virtually, including attending Tuesday’s Harris County Commissioners Court meeting. more
The Katy City Council Thursday updated the city’s drought contingency ordinances at a specially called meeting Thursday afternoon at City Hall. more
Community briefs for July 28, 2022. more
Katy school trustees are looking at a plan that would change attendance boundaries for nine elementary schools, including two now under construction. more
Ice cream is one fine way to celebrate a one-year anniversary. The folks at Howdy Homemade Ice Cream, 20920 Katy Fwy., Ste. S, can speak to that. The Katy store on Friday celebrated its … more
The Katy City Council Monday voted to accept a $50,000 National Fitness Campaign 2022 grant from Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas for the creation of a fitness court at Katy City Park, 5850 Franz Road. more
The Harris County Sheriff’s Office is investigating an auto-pedestrian crash that killed a man early Sunday morning near Mason Road. more
The fire environment, characterized by critically to extremely dry vegetation and critical fire weather, will support wildfire activity this week, Texas A&M Forest Service officials said. more
Like other communities across America, Katy and Fulshear celebrated the Fourth of July in grand style. more
During its Sept. 23 meeting, the Waller County Commissioners Court formally approved the Nov. 3 election and multiple measures supporting the election, including COVID-19 safety measures for poll … more
Katy Tiger fans held an informal parade Sunday afternoon in support of Katy High School athletes. The group was escorted by Katy Police Department motorcycle officers for safety and made quite a bit … more
Katy for Justice, a student-led organization created by Katy ISD seniors Erika Alvarez, Foyin Dosunmu and Jeffrey Jin.  Organizers' estimates of attendance prior to the event were between 1,000 and 1,100 protesters. more
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