By Cynthia Lescalleet For The Leader Houston Heights homeowner Peggy Gilbert wanted to downsize. Really, she did. Even if it meant leaving the cushy poolscape at her previous home, located on a roomy corner lot property elsewhere in the neighborhood. With an eye on retirement, Gilbert sought something charming, single-story and “more manageable” (as in […]
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- Neighbors: Scout Master Marc Roberts retires after 20 years of service
- Rice Military considers adding extra security
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Sincere thanks to Jane Ann and Chris Roberts for submitting this beautiful tribute to their husband and father, Marc Roberts. After 20 years of dedication to Boy Scouting, Marc Roberts is retiring from his position as the Scout Master of Troop 20, sponsored by St. Matthews United Methodist Church. Marc views serving others as a […]
A new restaurant is opening in the old Stella Sola location at 1001 Studewood Dr. at 10th St. in the Heights and its generating a lot of interest. The restaurant is called Black & White and identifies itself as a “contemporary Mediterranean and seafood bistro.” Notably, Black & White will feature two restaurants in the […]
The Preservation Ordinance was designed to save the few irreplaceable structures left in Houston Heights, one of which just celebrated its 100th birthday.
But what about The Leader area? Turns out we’re doing great. Unfortunately, for people like me we might be doing too great. What many are calling a “normalization” of the housing market might be better for us in the long run.
You can’t arrest me, officer. I’m a diplomat! All this will be true if our latest troops from the Republic of Texas have their way.