Brace yourself: Active hurricane season is in the forecast

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Just days shy of the start of hurricane season, forecasters warned Thursday that Atlantic storms could cause a particularly active year. Scientists from the National

The race is on: Bellaire mayor will run again (with possible opponent), 3 declare for council

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By Charlotte Aguilar Mayor Andrew Friedberg is running, but he may face opposition for re-election in November, with Councilmember Roman Reed saying he is “definitely

Just in time for the big reveal, ‘Hana’s flowers’ are back at Nature Discovery Center

access_timeMay 6, 2017

By Charlotte Aguilar Look closely (and tread lightly) when you visit the renovated Russ Pitman Park and Nature Discovery Center, which is having its big

Check it out: Transformation of Nature Discovery Center and Park to be revealed Saturday

access_timeMay 5, 2017

The Nature Discovery Center, 7112 Newcastle Dr., will formally unveil the final phase of its major capital improvement plan from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday at

End of an era: Bellaire librarian Terri Mote is giving up the reference business to create art, relax

access_timeMay 5, 2017

By Charlotte Aguilar Terri Mote is celebrating her 69th birthday today — and her first day of retirement. The beloved Bellaire Library reference librarian marked

Bellaire citywide garage sale is a spring cleaning bonanza

access_timeApril 26, 2017

Bellaire households are encouraged to clean out closets, attics and garages to get rid of unwanted household items and practice the ethic of reuse by

Evelyn’s Park debuts today with community celebration of food, fun, fitness (and Earth Day)

access_timeApril 22, 2017

A 15-year effort to create a park on the former Teas Nursery property is coming to fruition today on Earth Day with Evelyn’s Park’s grand

School’s out at Bellaire HS due to water main break

access_timeApril 4, 2017

An accidental main break that cut off water to Bellaire HS and a large portion of Bellaire’s homes and residences shortened the school day at

City working on water main break that’s impacting service

access_timeApril 4, 2017

A water main break on the western side of the city, on Alder Drive, is creating problems with water pressure for some Bellaire residents and

Bargains galore at Bellaire Library used book sale

access_timeMarch 31, 2017

The Friends of the Bellaire Library will hold their semi-annual used book sale from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday (April 1) in the library parking lot,

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