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Community briefs for May 4, 2023. more
For the first time, Harris County Precinct 4 has launched a call for infrastructure partnership projects. Precinct 4 is committed to serving Precinct 4 by leveraging its infrastructure dollars in collaboration with local community organizations. Through these partnerships on projects such as urban planning, drainage and mobility improvements, Precinct 4 will deliver sustainable and resilient infrastructure needed in the fastest growing precinct in Harris County. more
Seven of eight candidates for the Katy ISD Board of Trustees filed their campaign finance reports April 28, with the reports showing that four candidates received either political action committee funds or in-kind services. more
Waller County this month is celebrating its sesquicentennial—its 150th birthday— with festivities scheduled throughout the county. Even Katy, a part of which is in Waller County, will host local festivities this week. more
Katy ISD officials Monday placed Seven Lakes High School, 9251 S. Fry Road, and Seven Lakes Junior High School, 6026 Katy Gaston Road, on lockdown out of what they called an abundance of caution while investigating a rumored threat. more
Education briefs for April 27, 2023 more
Community briefs for April 27, 2023. more
In his continuing efforts to improve broadband access for residents and businesses across Fort Bend County, Pct. 3 Commissioner Andy Meyers participated in the Houston-Galveston Area Council’s … more
The Katy ISD Board of Trustees race has drawn local attention as three seats are open with no incumbents running in any of those races. Meanwhile, races for local city and school board seats are also entering the final stage, as absentee voting is now underway in advance of the May 6 election. more
A Katy ISD community bond advisory committee April 18 approved an $840.6 million bond proposal for four new schools, upgrades to existing district facilities, safety security improvements meant to exceed state standards, and a technology plan that would incorporate a 1:1 student-to-device ratio. more
The Katy Times events calendar for May 2023. more
The Katy City Council at its April 24 meeting passed an ordinance establishing a new policy for operating food trucks in the city. more
The Katy ISD Board of Trustees race has become personal, with a PAC-funded political flyer attacking three candidates and comparing them to President Biden and former Texas Democratic gubernatorial candidate Beto O'Rourke. more
Two men, one of whom is from Katy, were sentenced in federal court April 21 to crimes related to a scheme to attack power grids in the United States in furtherance of white supremacy. more
Combined Arms and Katy VFW Post 9182 are hosting “An Enduring Partnership,” a panel discussion designed to provide information for veterans and their families. more
Education briefs for April 20, 2023. more
Community briefs for April 20, 2023. more
Fort Bend County Judge KP George April 17 announced Greg Babst to serve as the new manager of the county’s Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management (HS&EM), effective immediately. more
Seven of the eight candidates seeking positions on the Katy ISD Board of Trustees discussed their qualifications, and priorities if elected, in a candidate forum hosted by the Katy Area Chamber of Commerce. more
Texas Education Agency Commissioner Mike Morath shared strategies to improve reading skills at an April 14 gathering at the Embassy Suites, 16435 Katy Fwy. more
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