With a booming real estate market and its resultant high prices, people who want to live in the area are starting to think outside the box during their house hunting.
- For sale at stores near you: Hank’s Huckles
- Leader tips for your best Jack-O-Lantern yet
- Art a la Carte: Halloween falls on a weekend — it doesn’t get better than this
- News from the Pews: Trunk or Treat at White Oak Baptist Oct. 31
- Calendar: Memorial Hermann hosts joint paint, sports injury seminars
- Heights resident offers new way to shop
- Get a share of wasted money
It’s been a few months since we last updated the wonderful world of Master Hank, and if there weren’t more important issues in our community, I’m quite confident we could easily write a weekly diary of our now 13-month-old boy.
Back in 2003 the Legislature created a half-billion dollar fund to help expand businesses and attract new jobs and investment to the state. (Incidentally, if this helps further anyone’s political career, so be it.)
Dear Editor: [Jonathan McElvy’s] half-page editorial was clever, but didn’t include much meaningful information about election choices. If you are still confused about the judges running for election, try reading the Chronicle (the other newspaper). They have been publishing information about the candidates, along with recommendations. It doesn’t seem to be “straight ticket” at all. […]