By Cynthia Lescalleet When driving by the dilapidated 1894 Queen Anne cottage in the Old Sixth Ward, most wannabe homeowners would have likely written it off. The structure and side porch tilted noticeably, its interior had been subdivided into a warren of rooms and the lot came with a shack-like outbuilding. A young professional couple, […]
Bank robberies have been common in this area, but there’s no need to worry. This one didn’t happen in The Leader’s coverage area. Regardless, we just had to let you read what the FBI just sent in an official release. (Note to the youngsters: Penmanship counts.) The FBI is releasing photographs of a bank robber […]
Staff Report Harris County Department of Education board of trustees voted to approve the proposed “effective tax rate” for fiscal year 2014-2015, a move resulting in a tax decrease for Harris County homeowners. The newly adopted rate of 0.0059999 per $100 assessed property value is a decrease of 5.6 percent from the 2013-2014 rate of […]
Reader doesn’t believe sidewalks will make a difference in traffic/pedestrian safety.
Various community meetings and networking events coming up; check out Heights Garden Club tour for inspiration.
Remembering our neighbors that have recently passed.
Even though Spring has said “so long” to Houston, that doesn’t mean we all stay inside waiting for the daytime mercury to dip below 80.
This year, being a father for the first time, I kind of think I had it all wrong.