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Chevron has purchased 103 acres of land off Grand Parkway and Clay Road in Katy, for future use. The oil company does not yet have any specific plans for the site, according to company officials.
“Chevron is simply acquiring the land to give the company future R&D facilities flexibility as we grow and expand our presence in the greater Houston area,” said Justin
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LaCenterra at Cinco Ranch will celebrate its second new store in a three-week period when Torchy’s Tacos opens June 12. Langford Market, a Houston-based fashion boutique opened on May 24.
Torchy’s Tacos announced its LaCenterra location early in 2014. The Austin-based Tex-Mex chain offers a variety of specialty tacos for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The LaCenterra location will offer READ MORE »
Katy ISD’s Volunteers in Public Schools initiative hosted its annual Volunteer Celebration breakfast on May 16th honoring the thousands of school district volunteers who donate their time supporting Katy ISD students and teachers. This school year, 17,044 volunteers donated 838,462 hours which, in human resource terms, equates to 403 full-time staff members, or 7 additional teachers at every READ MORE »
Voters elected two new members to the Katy ISD school board May 10, Ashley Vann and Courtney Doyle, to fill positions 3 and 4 respectively, while position 5 incumbent Henry Dibrell was re-elected for another term.
Board newcomer Vann unseated the incumbent, Bill Proctor, by better than 2 votes to 1. Vann tallied a total of 2,620 votes to Proctor’s 1,285.
"I am pleased that the READ MORE »
Kick off your Memorial Day holiday at the Cinco Ranch Rotary Camo 5K at the Villagio Town Center in Katy. On Saturday, May 24th, the competitive 5K will kick off at 8 am. At 8:05, the 1 mile walk will start.
The event proceeds benefit Team RWB and Special Buddies.
There will be free food and drinks after the race in Villagio Courtyard, courtesy of Cici's Pizza, Which Wich, My Fit READ MORE »
High school students taking the State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness end-of-course exams have had a lighter load this year as the Texas Legislature implemented changes reducing the number of tests that will be administered.
The reduction in the number of tests is a move local administrators said will lessen the burden on teachers and students and put the emphasis back on READ MORE »
A Katy student was recognized for their innovation and scientific prowess at the ExxonMobil Texas Science and Engineering Fair, held March 20–23, in San Antonio. Hosted by The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) College of Sciences, the state-level competition offered students who placed at regional science fairs the opportunity to vie for top prizes and college scholarships, and qualify READ MORE »
Fort Bend County officials and community members gathered April 11 for the official ribbon cutting to celebrate the opening of Grand Parkway Segment D—a project several years in the making.
“It is always a great day when you can celebrate the opening of a new facility that will truly address mobility congestion in this area,” said Mike Alford, Houston district engineer with the Texas READ MORE »
The Katy girls' 4x200 medley relay team set a new school record at the Texas Relays held this past weekend in Austin. The team of Omri Brown, Deja Phillips, Tristan Sowell and Amari Johnson set the record time during the elite track meet.
The Katy City Council approved the appointment of Byron Hebert as city administrator at its March 24 meeting. Hebert, who served as Katy’s Director of Finance prior to this appointment, replaces Johnny Nelson. Nelson retired as city administrator after 20 years in the office.
Since his tenure began in 1994. Nelson has seen Katy through significant growth and development, and was one of READ MORE »