For those who have been keeping track of issues with motor vehicle burglaries and panhandling issues, it may seem like crime has remained steady in some parts of The Leader area. For residents living within the Houston Police Department’s 3B30 beat, crime has actually been trending downward, according to official reports. Violent crime rates have […]
Like many other teachers working in Houston ISD, David White grew up in the district. A music prodigy, White attended Sam Houston State University on a music scholarship but discovered he was behind many of his fellow peers. After studying education, White set his goal as a teacher to help put students ahead of the […]
There’s a new tenant in the Garden Oaks Shopping Center that isn’t your typical business – Oak Forest residents Landon and Natalie Weiershausen have taken over what was once a title car loan office and turned the space into a one-stop-shop for home brewing and wine making needs. Weiershausen grew up in West Texas on […]
It’s becoming a fairly regular occurrence in The Leader area – the announcement of a restaurant or retail center, followed by excitement and anticipation of an opening at some point in the near future. Then a lull or stop (or in some cases, not even a start) in said development with the given explanation of – we know you know what’s coming – permitting issues.
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.
By Michael Sudhalter email@example.com The intersection of W. 43rd St. and Alba has been a site of several accidents over the last year. “People blatantly run that light often,” said local resident Christopher Maricano. “If I am on Alba, and I have a green light, I wait until I see cars slow down.” Local resident […]