Students at Condit Elementary School will return to virtual learning this week “based on our campus COVID data,” said Principal Dan Greenberg Sunday night (Jan. 17), and he told parents to “treat this coming week like a quarantine.” “Keep your child as isolated as you are able to ensure we all come back healthy on Monday, Jan. 25, and we are able to stay that way,” he … [Read more...] about COVID cases send Condit ES back to virtual learning; principal urges isolation
By Charlotte Aguilar Bellaire is about to become a one-supermarket city with the news Tuesday that Randalls, 5130 Bellaire Blvd., is planning to close by Feb. 20. A manager told Essentials that a closeout sale would begin Wednesday. The manager said that employees were told it was the only Randalls in the area shutting down — that the Weslayan, Holcombe and Meyer Park … [Read more...] about Bellaire Randalls set to close next month; is ‘urban village’ ahead?
Bellaire is launching its yearly Christmas tree recycling today (Monday, Dec. 28) — a dropoff which will last through Jan. 15. Residents can deposit their stripped, unflocked trees in the marked collection area — in the parking lot at the corner of Baldwin Avenue and Edith Street in the most southeastern portion of the city. All ornaments, tinsel, stands and lights must … [Read more...] about Bellaire launches annual Christmas tree-cycling dropoff
West U residents can recycle Christmas trees and lights at special drop offs again this year beginning today (Monday, Dec 28). The holiday light dropoff, in conjunction with the Houston Zoo, is taking place through Jan. 15. Residents can drop off their unwanted strings of lights at the Public Works Department, 3826 Amherst St., Community Building at 6104 Auden St., and West … [Read more...] about ‘Tis the season to recycle Christmas trees, lights in West U
By George Boehme Bellaire and West University Place were once bastions of reliably Republican voters, but no more. Blend the red of that Republican heritage with the growing blue influence of Harris County’s strong Democratic leanings, and the two cities’ combined 10 precincts have developed a decidedly purple hue. In fact, voters of both cities can now be most accurately be … [Read more...] about Election post-mortem: Bellaire, West U are now a dark shade of purple