As Fort Bend County regroups and decides what comes next after Hurricane Nicholas, it’s worth considering whether traditional drainage projects go far enough in preparing our region for the worst of what future bad weather might bring.
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Beyond the questions about whether or not the federal government provides enough funding for flood mitigation projects, however, are deeper conversations about whether local drainage projects go far enough in reducing flooding and planning for a future where such dangers are exacerbated by climate change, according to mitigation and funding experts.
The Cullinan Park Conservancy, led by board president Robbin Mallett, hosted a series of guided bird watching events for people of all ages in celebration of Houston Bird Week, a program led by the Houston Audubon Society.
A Richmond pizza restaurant held its soft opening Wednesday in the Harvest Green subdivision.
More than 450,000 customers across the Houston region had power outages as of about 9:15 a.m., according to Centerpoint Energy’s outage tracker.
This latest review was made possible thanks to a kind email from a reader, who wrote to thank me for our coverage of the Fort Bend County restaurant scene and recommend Alex’s Kitchen in Missouri City.
A Fort Bend County resident was one of four veterans recently presented with the U.S. Congressional Gold Medal for their role as Chinese-American service members during World War II.
Just weeks before the Fort Bend County Fair is set to return, officials with the organization announced several changes and cancellations as cases of the delta variant of coronavirus spike around the state.
What does it say about us, as Americans, that we’ve been so easily distracted and changing? Or that we’re leaving Afghanistan – some 20 years, thousands of lives and billions of dollars later – much the same as we found it? It’s a question well worth pondering and considering amongst all Fort Bend County residents.