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Wednesday, November 15, 2017By Ronnie Crocker via Houston Chronicle Buffalo Bayou Brewing Co., which launched nearly six years ago with a beer called 1836 honoring the date of Houston's founding, is preparing to break ground on a $14 million brewery and restaurant that would be one of the largest and most visible of its kind in the city. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, November 8, 2017Source: Chris Furnari at BrewBound Those that tuned into to watch the Houston Astros capture their first World Series title by defeating the Los Angeles Dodgers on Wednesday night were treated to a barrage of alcohol ads during the three-and-a-half-hour affair. READ MORE >>
Friday, September 15, 2017
G & H Financial Insurance provides three flood insurance programs. These programs provide flood coverage protecting both residential or commercial buildings and contents.
Commercial Primary Private Flood Program | All policies are individually rated based on property... READ MORE >>
Thursday, July 13, 2017By Amy McCarthy via HoustonEater.com Summer has arrived, which means that it's time for a fresh update of the Eater Houston Heatmap, a monthly guide intended to answer that age old question: "Where should I eat tonight?" READ MORE >>
Wednesday, June 7, 2017 RICHMOND (Covering Katy) – The Katy area’s most upscale shopping center will soon be coming to the south side of the Westpark Tollway near Peek Road, just east of the Grand Parkway. It will be called District-West and will be built directly south of Cinco Ranch in Richmond. READ MORE >>
Tuesday, May 23, 2017The following is a newsletter created by Saint Arnold regarding their 23rd Anniversary. Dear Saint Arnold Army, On June 9, 1994, we shipped our first keg of Amber Ale and with that, Saint Arnold Brewing Company was officially open. READ MORE >>
Friday, May 12, 2017 The State House has passed a bill that might make you pay more for your favorite beer. There is trouble brewing in the craft beer business, and it would make buying a glass of beer in a brewery taproom more expensive. As it stands right now, breweries can sell beer in their own taprooms without a middle man. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, March 22, 2017 Retail leasing rates are steadily rising in Katy, and commercial realty groups say several factors—such as income level, demographics and daytime traffic counts—justify the higher rents, but some say the rate hike is squeezing out small businesses. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, March 8, 2017High school friends fulfill restaurant dream Everyone wants to make their mark in this world. For two graduates of the Katy Independent School District that means opening a restaurant offering Southern dishes made with ingredients that are fresh from local sources. READ MORE >>
Tuesday, February 28, 2017 Montessori Kids Universe will open at 2004 S. Mason Road, Ste. D-1, Katy, in mid-March. The school offers a STEAM— science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics—program by incorporating Reggio Emilia’s educational approach into Maria Montessori’s curriculum. READ MORE >>