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Have your transformed an artery-clogging classic recipe into something tasty but nutritious? It’s time to share those secrets. The next edition of The List, publishing in The Leader on June 1, will focus on the area’s healthy eating options under the title “Good for You.” While menus abound with locally grown foods and an increasing [...]
As “Spamalot” takes to the stage through May 26 in Theater Under The Stars’ production of the outrageous musical comedy, Heights resident Alissa Lavergne is one of the few women in the knight-heavy show.Continue reading …
Like many with a cozy home of many years, Larry Jines wasn’t interested in ever moving – until circumstances forced it.
The sudden shift wasn’t triggered by poor health, a fall, the loss of a spouse or a rising property taxes – all common reasons for an elder’s move.
A man who was roughed up by three men inside a bar downtown Friday was victimized a second time by a person he thought was a Good Samaritan. Houston police said the man was being “worked over” inside a bar at 2640 Main St. when another man came to his aid and offered him a [...]Continue reading …
Metro is opening its latest HOT lane on U.S. 290 on May 20 to allow solo drivers the chance to use the high occupancy vehicle lane by paying for a toll tag. Carpools, vanpools and motorcyclists will still ride for free. Tolls for the 290 HOT commute will range from $1 to $5, depending on [...]Continue reading …
Congratulations to Oak Forest neighbor Kristie Barbee, who earned her Master of Arts in History from Sam Houston State University last week.Continue reading …
Larry Thomas Dehnert, born Aug. 29, 1949 in Houston, died May 8. He was raised in the Catholic faith at St. Rose of Lima, graduated from St. Thomas High School, and attended Lamar University. Dehnert joined the Department of Public Safety in 1970 and loved being a DPS Trooper. He later continued his law enforcement [...]Continue reading …
St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, 1819 Heights Blvd., welcomes The Rev. Dorothy Gremillion as interim rector for the parish. The Rev. Barbara Lewis retired in April. Gremillion will serve in an interim capacity as the parish’s spiritual leader while the congregation searches for a permanent rector. Gremillion is from Pflugerville, Texas and has previously served in [...]Continue reading …
It’s a place you hope you’ll never have to visit – but you can take comfort in knowing it’s in your community.
Memorial Hermann Northwest unveiled the first phase of its new state-of-the-art emergency room and trauma center this week. Staff members and media got the first peek Tuesday in ribbon-cutting ceremonies, and the center opened to the public on Wednesday.
Details were still sketchy more than three hours after the popular Shipley’s Donuts at 3410 Ella Blvd. was robbed Tuesday morning. Houston police confirmed that they were called about 11 a.m. when a customer walked in and saw a man pointing a gun at a worker. The person managed to leave without notice and called [...]Continue reading …