Tempers flared at Monday's city council meeting as officials debated which option to accept for the design of a new police station. "Down the road, the council will look back and say 'What kind of idiots were they who didn't do it right the first time?'" said Mayor Pro Tem Bob Fry about the option the council eventually voted on. The council voted unanimously to order design … [Read more...] about Tempers Flare During Vote On New Police Station
Relief has swept through the Bellaire Police Department within the past month as four new police officers have finished training and assumed normal duties, easing a staffing dilemma that prevented many officers from taking time off. "It will be better than what it was," said Tim Quimby, community resource officer. "We won't have officers changing shifts or having to work … [Read more...] about New Police Officers Relieving Staffing Shortage
A new exhibit at the Museum of Fine Arts includes the work of 40 Korean photographers, many whose work will be in the United States for the first time. "Operating under a relatively new democracy in South Korea, artists experienced a burst of creative energy and freedom of expression in recent decades," said curator Anne Tucker in a statement. "The photographers in Chaotic … [Read more...] about First Showing Of Korean Photography In U.S.
Strolling down Edloe Street with her Yorkshire terrier last week, West U. resident Brandee Tronstad paused to peer inside the windows of Matthews Market and read its "Opening Soon" sign. The store is tentatively scheduled to open during the first week of November. Tronstad said she anticipates the convenience of running in for a gallon of milk or other small things, just like … [Read more...] about Matthews Market Nears Grand Opening
Monday's rain sent residents scrambling for cover. Watch a video of the downpour. … [Read more...] about Scrambling For Cover From Drenching Rain