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What is the biggest challenge facing Katy area restaurant-goers? “Long wait times,” Cindy Hannam, a Katy resident, said. “Depending on the day of the week, and the time of the … more
Conservative activist Steven Hotze on Wednesday was indicted on two felony charges related to his alleged involvement in an air conditioning repairman being held at gunpoint in 2020 during a bizarre search for fraudulent mail ballots that did not exist, according to his attorney, Gary Polland. more
The Texas Department of Transportation continues to seek public feedback on its proposed US 90 improvement project between Brookshire and Katy. more
The 23rd annual Katy Sip N Stroll, a culinary and wine community event, is set for Saturday. more
The Katy Police Substation at Katy Mills Mall has been in business for a while, but the pandemic prevented officials from staging a proper opening. Officials will remedy that with a formal ribbon-cutting Saturday at the Katy Area Safety Fest. more
The City of Pattison is holding its second annual household waste collection day from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. April 30 at the Pattison Area Volunteer Fire Department, 2950 FM 359, in Pattison. more
Texas Children’s Hospital announced Monday the launch of a Ukrainian Support Donation Drive, running from Monday through Saturday. more
State Comptroller Glenn Hegar reminds Texans they can purchase certain items tax-free during the state’s sales tax holiday for emergency preparation supplies, which begins at 12:01 a.m. on Saturday and ends at midnight on Monday. more
Katy school board candidates expressed their opposition to STAAR testing and support for teacher pay increases Thursday at a forum sponsored by the Katy Area Chamber of Commerce and Raise Your Hand Texas. more
Next month, Houston Community College’s Katy operations will move from its longtime location at 1550 Foxlake Dr. to a new, 24-acre tract of land at 22910 Colonial Pkwy. more
The Katy City Council Monday denied a request to change the zoning classification from residential to commercial for nine houses near the southwest corner of the Franz Court-Avenue D intersection. more
Katy Christian Ministries is developing the building that will become its principal headquarters, and has entered a new phase of its capital campaign to make it happen. more
By 2031, the Katy Independent School District expects to have an enrollment between 104,000 and 113,000 students, Superintendent Ken Gregorski said Tuesday. more
People often have a misperception that immigrants to the United States must get into a line to have a chance to legally become a citizen. However, the system does not work that way, an immigration expert said. more
The Katy City Council Monday honored the Katy Heritage Society for its work in digitizing the Brookshire Times newspaper. Recently, the Texas Historical Commission gave the society an award of merit … more
When people think of Katy, they likely think of communities like Cane Island, Cinco Ranch, Firethorne and Grand Lakes. Each of these community’s successes have driven Katy’s steep growth curve. I will write about them in upcoming articles. These success stories come in part because of the previous success of Nottingham Country. more
Several former mayors joined Mayor Bill Hastings Tuesday for the dedication of Leyendecker Landing, a city water detention facility north of Morton Road and east of Pitts Road. more
How to deal with its growth is at the heart of the May 7 Pattison city election. more
The Cheesecake Factory, one of the most recognized names in the restaurant industry, will be opening a new restaurant at Katy Mills Mall. more
Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick said Monday he will prioritize passing Texas legislation that mimics the recently signed Florida bill referred to as the “Don’t Say Gay” law. more
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