Daily update: Sept. 14
A Seabrook church that was destroyed a year ago by Hurricane Ike made its debut in its new building on Sunday, which also happened to mark the one-year anniversary of the storm blowing through the Houston-Galveston area. Read more here.
The Clear Creek school board of trustees will hold a workshop meeting this afternoon to talk about three issues, including advertising on school buses. Here's the agenda notice.
Friendswood residents are invited to come and meet the new city manager, Roger Roecker, at a reception before tonight's City Council meeting.
Think your child is gifted? Here's your chance to get him into his school's gifted and talented program. Learn more from CCISD.
Two Clear Lake cardiologists, Dr. Ahmed Ahmed and Dr. Mohamed Shalaby, have bought a medical building at 290 E. Medical Center Blvd., just down the street from their current office. See it in the Houston Chronicle.
A year later, the Houston Chronicle reviews five lessons we learned from Hurricane Ike. Read more.
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