- St. Luke’s Exploring Sale of Hospitals to Memorial Hermann, Methodist, or Ascension Health [Houston Chronicle]
- Heights Tower Senior Housing Facility on 19th St. Could Get $8M Makeover [The Leader]
- 1,000 Undeveloped Acres Planned for Commercial Space, 3,300 Vacant Residential Lots Remain in The Woodlands [Woodlands Villager]
- Heights’ Dragon Bowl Shuts Down, To Reopen as ‘Swag Chic’ Witchcraft Tavern [The Leader]
- Green Valley Estates and Ridgemont Residents Getting Tickets for Parking in Their Own Driveways [Houston Chronicle]
- TxDOT Closing Inside Lane on I-10 West for 1 Month To Construct Sign Column [KUHF]
- Sam Houston Park To Undergo $2M Renovation To Relocate Landmarks, Art Pieces [KUHF]
- Sandy May Have Killed ‘Ike Dike’ Concept in Galveston, Diverting Federal Funding to New York [Houston Chronicle]
- Mayor Dedicates First Urban Garden Program on City Property at Sunnyside Lot [Houston Chronicle]
- Woodlands Township Has Spent More Than $2M Removing 24,684 Hazardous Trees So Far [Paper Magazine]
- Possible Tornado Damages Fire Station, Storefronts in La Marque [Galveston County Daily News]
- Killed by Drought, 100-Year-Old Richmond Tree Carved into Angel [abc13]
Photo of Station Museum gas station painted by Daniel Anguilu: Candace Garcia
Dragon Bowl needs to be careful with their new name, I don’t think Tom Colicchio would approve.
Not surprising to me that Dragonbowl closed, given my personal experiences with undercooked food and take out orders that were incorrectly completed. Happy All on Yale, while not stellar, has better food in my opinion.
‘Swag Chic’? ‘Witchcraft Tavern’? More montrosification of the Heights.
Witchcraft Tavern sounds like an odd name/concept but the Heights needs more craft beer purveyors so I think it has a chance.
ShadyHeighster, try Heights Asian Cafe on Yale and 20th or so. They’ve been pretty solid.