Bellaire water bill fluctuating? Some answers why

access_timeNovember 16, 2017

Bellaire residents may be noticing fluctuations in their water bills, and the city is clarifying several reasons why. First, Hurricane Harvey made it impossible for

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Short notice, but HISD board to consider next year’s academic calendar at 5 p.m. today

access_timeNovember 9, 2017

By Charlotte Aguilar Houston ISD’s academic calendar has been controversial in the past, with quibbles over religious holidays, length of vacations, and “emergency” weather days

Bellaire city offices closing for Veteran’s Day; no trash service

access_timeNovember 9, 2017

Bellaire’s city offices will be closed, and there will be no garbage collection Friday (Nov. 10), in observance of Veteran’s Day. The city’s Recreation Center

Bellaire police say this West U burglary is a teachable moment

access_timeNovember 8, 2017

Even if you can’t identify this burglar — which both West University and Bellaire hope you can do — Bellaire police are pointing to the

Final results: New faces at Bellaire council table, HISD board — but incumbents prevail otherwise

access_timeNovember 8, 2017

By Charlotte Aguilar The power of incumbency was evident in races for Bellaire municipal and education leadership posts Tuesday, with the only “new blood,” so

Bellaire election results: Friedberg, Verma, Pappas, Fife, charter changes appear victorious

access_timeNovember 7, 2017

By Charlotte Aguilar With all but one of Bellaire’s five precincts reporting, incumbents appear headed for re-election in Bellaire, a dedicated city volunteer looks to

Early/absentee votes show incumbents, charter amendments leading in Bellaire

access_timeNovember 7, 2017

By Charlotte Aguilar The polls closed at 7 p.m., and with early and absentee votes tallied immediately, it appears Mayor Andrew Friedberg is on his