A youth fitness program called "Teens on the Run," started by Oak Forest resident Lucy Cain and her husband, Greg, in 2011 is getting a reboot.
Search / 56 results found Showing: 1-10 of 56
The City of Houston says it plans to install a hybrid pedestrian beacon at the intersection of West 43rd Street and Curtin, which will be a crosswalk that can be used by students of Frank Black Middle School and Oak Forest Elementary.
Move Yoga, a popular fitness studio in the area, is starting a scholarship program that will provide free yoga classes for a year to a deserving community member in need. Move plans to award a scholarship once a month for the foreseeable future.
The ownership group behind Space Cowboy is opening a new bar in Lindale Park called Trash Panda Drinking Club. That and more in this week's food briefs.
Oak Forest residents in the 1500 block of Cheshire Lane held an Olympic-themed block party last Saturday to commemorate the start of the Olympics. Residents chose different countries as themes and offered corresponding food, drinks and games as a way to appreciate diversity and promote camaraderie.
The mother-daughter RE/MAX real estate duo Carolyn Bryant and Kristi Kolmetz use their deep ties to the area to help clients.