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The Katy Independent School District is continuing its commitment to ensuring all children in the Katy area have access to healthy, well-balanced meals through its summer meals program. more
Katy school trustee Rebecca Fox has been elected to the Texas Association of School Boards (TASB) Board of Directors for Region 4, Position E. more
The Fort Bend County Commissioners Court Tuesday approved an outdoor burn ban for unincorporated areas of the county. Commissioners took this action at a special called emergency meeting, more
June is Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Awareness Month. June also marks the one-year anniversary of Anna Liu’s purchase of Snappy’s Restaurant, 5803 Highway Blvd. more
Katy Independent School District officials are reassuring parents that district schools have emergency response plans following the May 24 mass shooting in Uvalde. more
The University of Houston-Victoria and Houston Community College are hosting a information session for students who want to earn a four-year college degree in Katy. more
The City of Katy is currently experiencing Stage 2 (moderate) drought conditions as drought conditions continue in Southeast Texas. more
The City of Katy is moving forward with $33.5 million in local road projects, funded by both bond money and cash from METRO. more
If the U.S. interstate highway system were to be built today, how and where would it be built? Former Harris County Judge Ed Emmett shared his thoughts about these questions, and perspectives on infrastructure in Harris County, Thursday. more
The Arbor Day Foundation has named Katy a 2021 Tree City USA in honoring the city’s commitment to effective urban forest management. more
Waller County has instituted a burn ban in response to the ongoing summer drought, with Fort Bend and Harris counties likely to follow suit, perhaps this week. more
The president and owner of the city’s waste services provider apologized for recent garbage pickup headaches Monday, and said his company has made changes and hired new personnel to ensure more consistent service for city residents. more
Project Barker, a $24 million drainage improvement and community park project for the Barker Reservoir, continues to seek public investment, an official said Thursday. more
Rick Rice Park continues to undergo an upgrade, which now includes designated areas for games such as hopscotch and leapfrog. more
Americans are so angry about so many things — with partisan politics topping the list. more
Brookshire will celebrate Juneteenth with its annual Juneteenth Festival Saturday. more
A relief fund has been arranged for four families who were displaced when their apartment building was gutted by fire Monday night. more
The Brookshire mayoral leadership might be described as a family affair after Mayor Darrell Branch’s wife, Position 3 Alderwoman Kim Branch, was selected mayor pro tem Thursday night. more
The public is invited to join city officials in celebrating the 20-year anniversary of the Johnny Nelson Katy Heritage Museum, 6002 George Bush Dr. The celebration is set for 2-4 p.m. Sunday. more
Vocalist Dennis Evans will perform at the Katy chapter of AARP meeting, The meeting is at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Fussell Senior Center, 5370 E. 5th St. The meeting begins with announcements … more
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