Happenings Around Town
The Harris County Toll Road Authority decided to suspend the toll rate increase that was planned for the 12-mile stretch of managed lanes within the Katy Freeway Corridor.
The new facility provides emergency and primary care in addition to sports medicine and rehabilitation services.
The family-owned specialty store sells wine, spirits and craft beer.
City of Katy councilmember Bill Lawton died May 28, according to a statement released by city officials on their Facebook page.
Legislators are laying out their public education priorities as the bill filing deadline for the 84th Legislature approaches, with focus areas including school finance, safety, expanding pre-kindergarten, public school performance ratings and testing.
A portrait of Kenneth C. Welch is framed above the glass display cases and mounted wildlife specimens in the classroom of the Outdoor Learning Center that bears his name.
Cinco Ranch Northwest offers access to all the features within the Cinco Ranch master-planned community.
A spotlight on independently owned businesses and a listing of stores, services and restaurants in the Park Row shopping center at the intersection of Park Row and Price Plaza drives.
The Chick-fil-A Katy Green restaurant at 19303 I-10 opens June 11 and features a new design concept.
The Woodlands Township on May 25 dedicated its newest sculpture, “The Way Home,” during a ceremony at Town Green Park that attracted thousands of community residents and war veterans.
Incumbents Bryan Michalsky and Charles Griffin were re-elected to the Katy ISD board of trustees following the May 9 election.
Few flavors are off the table at What’s Poppin Popcorn, which boasts more than three dozen popcorn flavors.
Nearly 5,000 new jobs were added in the Katy area between 2013 and 2014, according to a May 11 economic survey statement from the Katy Area Economic Development Council.
Katy City Council voted May 11 to authorize the mayor to sign interlocal agreements with Fort Bend and Harris counties to collect property taxes on behalf of the city.
The athletic training industry continues to grow in the Katy area with three new athletic facilities either opening soon or having opened within the last year.
Katy ISD held four community meetings in May to introduce parents and students to the redesigned SAT, which replaces the existing test in March 2016.
Hundreds of students, faculty and local leaders turned out for the dedication of the Robert R. Shaw Center at 1730 Katyland Drive on April 27.
Festival season is in full swing in the Katy area.
Katy City Council voted to annex three tracts of land totaling just over 400 acres on April 27.
Texas Tradition restaurant owners Mike and Denise Phillips said they have a philosophy of providing great customer service in a family-friendly atmosphere.