UPDATE (7:22 p.m. July 24): City Secretary Tracy Dutton reports that incumbent Mayor Andrew Friedberg and Position 5 Councilmember Michael Fife filed paperwork Monday to
Residents will have their last chance to see Bellaire’s Police and Courts Building today (Saturday, June 10) before it’s torn down later this summer. The
Click here to read the newest edition of Bellaire Essentials magazine and learn about: •Re-examining the city’s ban on dogs in parks. City Council will
If you feel Harris County was unfair in how it valued your home, today (Wednesday, May 31) is the last day for you to protest.
Bellaire police are asking residents in a neighborhood near Horn Elementary School to help in their search for a man who robbed construction workers at
June’s Party at the Pavilion free outdoor concert will feature Texas guitar legend Van Wilks. The performance — which will showcase Wilks’ blues, hard rock,
Registration begins today (Tuesday, May 30) for the Bellaire Library’s annual summer reading program. Youngsters of all ages — children through teens — have through