Decision: School is ON in HISD

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After reviewing weather conditions Monday morning, Houston ISD has determined that school will go on as usual. The district said it would continue to monitor

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Residents sought for Bellaire Audit Finance and Cultural Arts board openings

access_timeDecember 3, 2016

Applications are open through Dec. 23 for a one-year term as the citizen representative on the Bellaire Audit Finance Board and two vacancies on the

Bellaire flood warning: Don’t park on streets, secure items that could float

access_timeDecember 2, 2016

With unpredictable amounts of rainfall in the forecast over the next three days, Bellaire city officials are warning residents about possible flooding with this statement

Bellaire police chief: Guard against porch package theft this holiday season

access_timeDecember 2, 2016

Bellaire Police Chief Byron Holloway has issued a warning to residents expecting package delivery to their homes over the holiday season: Guard against thieves. His

He re-thought it: Mike Lunceford will serve out term on HISD board, but another trustee is leaving

access_timeNovember 10, 2016

Mike Lunceford, the veteran trustee who represents Bellaire on the Houston ISD Board of Education, said Thursday night he has reconsidered his intention to resign

Yes, yes, yes: Bellaire voters approve $54M in bonds

access_timeNovember 8, 2016

By Charlotte Aguilar Bellaire voters overwhelming passed three bond measures totaling $54 million Tuesday to continue the city’s infrastructure reconstruction and improvement projects and to

Teen accused of parents’ murder won’t be released

access_timeNovember 8, 2016

The teen accused of killing his parents, Bellaire fitness center owners Antonio and Dawn Armstrong, as they slept July 29 won’t be freed while he

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