Back Pew Brewing thriving in community
- By Susan McFarland
It’s no secret to the many craft beer lovers who show up on Saturday afternoons for beer tasting that there’s a new craft brewery in town named Back Pew Brewery. The brewery is located just a stone’s throw from Lonestar College-Kingwood on Sorters McClellan Road in Porter.
TEA scores for Humble ISD draw pushback from district
- By Jacqueline Havelka
Humble ISD scores on the recently released, and brand new, Texas Education Agency (TEA) accountability sytem were not particularly good ones.
Investigation in Fatal Crash at 8600 Humble Westfield Road
- By Community Reports
Houston police are investigating the fatal hit and run crash that was discovered at 8600 Humble Westfield Road at about (January 22).
The identity of the female victim is pending verification by the Harris County Institute of Forensic Sciences.
HPD Vehicular Crimes Division Sergeant K. Harris and Officer E. Rubio reported:
Officers responded to a report of a body found in a drainage ditch on the side of the roadway at the above address. The initial investigation revealed the victim appeared to have been walking on the north side of the roadway when she was struck by a vehicle of unknown make or model.
Humble School Board receives thanks, support
- By John Crone
The January meeting of the Humble Independent School District Board was punctuated with numerous presentations thanking and supporting the school board for its service. The Texas Association of School Boards has named January 2017 as School Board Recognition Month.
Lake Houston Chamber recognizes volunteers
- By Tom Broad
“If I seem a little nervous, I am,” Scott Brady told well-wishers at the Lake Houston Chamber’s Annual Awards Extravaganza Jan. 20 at The Overlook in Atascocita.
Brady, architect and partner with Joiner Architects, was the 51st recipient of the Citizen of the Year award named in honor of Dr. Haden McKay, longtime mayor of Humble. He was selected by previous winners of the award.
State Rep. Dan Huberty, last year’s Citizen of the Year, said Brady “…IS Lake Houston. He grew up here. He lives here. He gives back here.
Saddle Up for the annual Humble BBQ Cook-Off and Rodeo
- By Sarah Mertins
The rodeo's returning! Dust off your boots and hat, gather up your friends and family, and head over to the Humble Civic Center and Arena for this family-friendly event Feb. 10-11.
But first, get a taste of Texas the weekend before, Feb. 3-4, at the BBQ Cook-Off. Open to the public, pitmasters compete against each other to see who has the best chicken, ribs, pork and, of course, brisket. The cook-off is sanctioned and judged by the Kansas City Barbeque Society, the largest barbecue society in the world.