A potential plan to rezone almost two dozen Houston-area schools could have a number of Leader-area elementary schools using new attendance boundaries as the district continues to address its issues with classroom overcrowding. A proposal to adjust attendance boundaries at 22 schools across Houston includes Leader-area elementary schools like Love, Memorial, Highland Heights and Northline, […]
Barbecue is soon to move into the neighborhood with Gatlin’s BBQ relocating their 19th street location to a new 4,200 space at 3510 Ella Blvd. The barbecue eatery raised their sign this week at the new location and the center is currently still gated off. When the location will open is still on the horizon.
Next month, the Equilibrium Social House will open its doors providing coffee, assorted high-end teas and baked goods and desserts, according to a press release released Jan. 20. The coffee shop concept’s new home will be at 1030 Heights Blvd, formerly the residence of Waldo’s & Boulevard Coffee. Located directly on Heights Blvd., EQ Height’s […]
Energetic, romantic, tender, intense and sexy. These are words that a few members of The Suffers used to describe their E.P. release “Make Some Room.” The ten act band will be taking the stage at 9 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 24, at Fitzgerald’s to introduce their latest tracks that will have you dancing until the party […]
Berryhill was set to open today, Jan. 21, but that opening date has been pushed back, yet again. Mark G. Hanna, representing Berryhill, confirmed in an email that the opening date has been delayed until next week because of a city permit. An exact date was not given, but the sign outside the restaurant reads […]
Berryhill Baja Grill and Cantina will open doors in Oak Forest beginning Wednesday, Jan. 21. The restaurant, owned by franchisees Park and Sylvia Blair, is located at 1201 West 43rd at Ella Blvd. The spacious new restaurant and bar will seat about 180 people inside with additional room for 50-70 people in an outdoor palapa […]
If Monday night’s public forum for Northwest Houston-area residents and representatives of Texas Central Railway is any indication, the company has its work cut out for them when it comes to winning over the hearts and minds of those most affected by the proposed Dallas-Houston high-speed rail. More than 300 people gathered inside of Lutheran […]
Continuing from the Dec. 27 edition of The Leader, we look back at some of the top stories that shaped our community in 2014: 4. Garden Oaks drainage project may change face of community Residents of Garden Oaks remained vocal throughout 2014 regarding their opposition to the addition of sidewalks and increased widths of […]