For many people, politics can be absolutely exhausting to cover. In some ways, I can’t blame them.
I have to admire the young student who wrote directly to the mayor regarding their need for a sidewalk in Candlelight Plaza back in 2012. I’m not sure I would have been so inclined to fulfill a civic duty like writing to a representative back when I was a kid.
Rather than facing a trial by jury, people like Weigand face a trial by Facebook where judgment is swift, founded on emotion and intuition rather than evidence and logical reasoning.
If living in Houston has taught me anything, it’s that getting stuck in traffic is a pasttime for many who live here.
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.
I’m a bit of a hypocrite, or maybe more than a little, I’ll just admit that right off the bat. I do not send my children to my zoned elementary school.
But what about The Leader area? Turns out we’re doing great. Unfortunately, for people like me we might be doing too great. What many are calling a “normalization” of the housing market might be better for us in the long run.
I can completely understand the shock with losing a pet, particularly in regards to the incidents facing cats in the Greater Heights area. However, I feel in some ways we all need to pump the brakes a bit when it comes to seeking answers for what’s behind these killings.