The Bayou City came through 2015 relatively unscathed. Yes, there was the downturn in fracking, $30-something-a-barrel oil which sent its own shock waves through the town, and the defeat of HERO, generating criticism from all corners of the nation, including scathing jokes from late night TV comedians.
It is time to ring in 2016 with joy and anticipation. OK, maybe fear and trepidation. Either way, we now make our annual predictions.
You are right, all this suing is a lawyer’s retirement plan, however, there are times when the good people must have some form of protection from gov’t agencies who, as their retirement plan, make many silly rules and regulations.
Raymond “Butch” Hernandez, 87, born May 26, 1928 in Dallas, died Nov. 4. Hernandez retired from the Postal Service after 37 years of service. He also retired from Spring Branch I.S.D. after 30 years. He is survived by his wife of 67 years, Carlotta Hernandez, children Ray Hernandez, David Hernandez, Arthur Hernandez, Homer Hernandez, Carlos […]
Thank you so much for your generous support to the Garden Oaks American Legion Post 560’s Family Fun Day this past weekend.
This November, Texans will be making a very important decision regarding their property taxes. Earlier this year, lawmakers worked on a tax relief bill to increase the homestead exemption from $15,000 to $25,000 on property taxes for school districts.
The next few years will mark a deeper jump into the digital age for the Harris County Precinct One Constable’s Office as law enforcement officials look to take a more proactive and collaborative approach to fighting crime. Constable Alan Rosen said the area is already seeing great collaboration among agencies like the Constable’s Office, Houston […]
Shame on you for publishing such a hateful letter (by Liz Thiess) … for a “community” paper y’all have disrespected members of the United Church of Christ …
Over the past two weeks, some of our readers have fielded several calls and emails regarding the security situation with the gas pumps over at our local Kroger.
The Sugar Land Skeeters will kick off a celebration of summer by offering two free tickets to all teachers from the Greater Houston, Fort Bend and surrounding areas on Thursday, June 11 at Constellation Field. June is Teacher Appreciation month at the ballpark and all teachers can receive a discounted ticket to any home game […]