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The Katy City Council, at a special April 17 meeting, approved an economic development agreement with Home Depot in which a new store will be constructed at the northwest section of the Cane Island Parkway-Kingsland Boulevard intersection. Officials said the store is expected to be open by late spring-early summer of next year. more
Education briefs for April 13, 2023. more
Grundfos, a global leader in advanced pump solutions and water technologies, has been named a winner of the 2023 Governor’s Texas Environmental Excellence Award in the Pollution Prevention category. more
The most important decision you can make when selling your home can be one of the least expensive. more
The Fort Bend County district clerk’s office will be implementing a new jury management system. more
Community briefs for April 13, 2023. more
A Katy ISD Community Bond Advisory Committee is reviewing over 55 possible projects and their associated costs for a bond issue that is expected to be put before district voters in the November election. more
The Texas Recreation and Park Society has designated Katy’s Thomas Park, 5919 4th St., as a Lone Star Legacy Park. more
Two candidates are seeking the position 5 seat on the Katy ISD Board of Trustees. They are Mary Ellen Cuzela, a Katy ISD substitute teacher, and Shana Peterson, who is retired. more
Three candidates are seeking the position 3 seat on the Katy ISD Board of Trustees. They are Bruce Bradford, a mortgage loan originator; Shawn Miller, a college professor, and Amy Thieme, a realtor. more
Three candidates are seeking the position 4 seat on the Katy ISD Board of Trustees. They are Erica Brettell, a stay-at-home mom; Morgan Calhoun, a stay-at-home mom, and Cicely Taylor, an education administrator. more
The Nach-Yo Ordinary Tequila Tasting Tour, a Wine & Food Week signature event, returns to Katy from 5:30–8:30 p.m. April 13 at The ARK by Norris, 21402 Merchants Way. All-inclusive tickets are only $45 for a night of spirited education with tequila specialists, tequila sampling, cocktails, great eats and fun. more
The inclement weather predicted for today and this weekend has altered plans for at least two outdoor events in Katy. more
The American bumblebee population is alive and well in East Texas, according to early indications from a five-year research project. more
Waller County Judge Trey Duhon had a vision to celebrate the Waller County Sesquicentennial on May 5 with a grand celebration. more
No Label Brewing Co., recently earned high honors for a handful of its most adventurous brews at an industry awards ceremony March 18 in New York City. more
In an exciting conclusion to the $30,000 Texas Children’s Hospital Grand Prix, Jacqueline Ruyle and her horse, Cyramo Z, claimed victory by just 0.004 seconds at the Pin Oak Charity Horse Show. more
Starting on March 27, about 2,700 students PreK-12 in Waller County will be educated on the curriculum implemented by L.E.A.D. (Law Enforcement Against Drugs & Violence), a nationwide nonprofit that works with communities to help students understand the dangers of drugs and violence. more
March was Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, but for people ages 45 and older, it’s always wise—never mind the month—to get themselves screened, a Katy doctor said. more
Fort Bend County commissioners are talking with local officials and the public to identify items for a possible bond for county voter consideration in November. “All the precinct offices are … more
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