- Hurricane Harvey Intensifies into Category 2 Hurricane Overnight, Prompting Evacuations of Some Coastal Areas [Houston Chronicle]
- Kroger, H-E-B, Home Depot Stock Up on Supplies for Hurricane Harvey [Houston Chronicle]
- Houston Refineries Gearing Up for Harvey [Houston Public Media]
- Houston ISD Cancels First Day of School Monday, Other Districts Alter Schedules [Houston Public Media]
- Houston Zoo Closing Ahead of Hurricane Harvey [Houston Chronicle]
- Katy Area Roads To Avoid During the Storm and After [Community Impact]
- Foundry Club Co-Working Space Coming to Downtown’s Main & Co. Building [Houston Chronicle]
- Next Level Urgent Care Opening Ninth Houston-Area Location in Pearland [Houston Chronicle]
- WeWork To Open Second Houston Location [HBJ ($)]
- Dallas Chain Shell Shack Teams with Franchisee To Open Houston Locations [Eater Houston]
- Struggling Mall, Aging Apartments Create Challenges in Greenspoint Area [Houston Chronicle ($)]
- Camp Logan Monument Vandalized 1 Day After Restoration Unveiling [Houston Chronicle]
- What Makes Houston a ‘Velcro City’? [OffCite]
Photo of the Heights Kroger yesterday: Marc Longoria via Swamplot Flickr Pool
Is that person wondering where all the bread went or contemplating how many tortillas to buy?
If it floods as bad as the news channels are making it out to be (ala Allison 2001). Then it will be a good time for home buys to scope out the flooding areas with all these new builds. Or maybe it’s just me. Looking at your Perry Homes in EADO.
The zoo is closed so the animals can be paired.