There hasn’t been a set budget because as the program grows, more buses and instruments are needed.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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 […]
n 1991, Sherri Enroth was only 21 years old when she was bitten by the entrepreneurial bug. Against the odds, the ambitious Houstonian launched what would become one of the Heights area’s most successful resale furniture businesses: Alabama Furniture. Today, a loyal customer base is happy Enroth ignored her nay-sayers, and followed her dream.
The Houston Police Department arrested Cohran Phillip Rodgers at 5 p.m. on June 3 in the 5600 block of Kansas and charged him with sexual assault. Rodgers, 35, allegedly sexually assaulted a 21-year-woman who was known to him. Airline robbery A 68-year-old male was robbed at gunpoint at midnight on June 4 in the 1800 […]
I’m taking a slight diversion from art this week to tell you about what three men are doing that I find absolutely amazing, inspiring and courageous. They were brought to my attention by Kevin Chenevert and Amy Taylor last week at their art opening as the charity which received 10% of their sales.
Sisters Ashley Banuelos and Brandy Herrera might not have known that one day they’d be the owners of Pure Ritual Spa, 2136 Yale, Ste. C, but they always understood the value of some good grooming.
It’s almost time for The EL people. The EL, short for The El Cantina Superior, will seat 230 inside and another 100 on the patio at 602 Studewood St. Owner Ken Bridge tells The Leader he hopes to open next week.
A discussion has been brewing for some time about the condition of Oak Forest Park, 2100 Judiway Street, as well as ideas for its improvement. Now the Oak Forest community, led by the homeowners association, is taking action.