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Dayton gas price comparison: Cheapest gas in the area

(DAYTON, TX) According to Dayton gas price data, you could be saving up to $0.24 per gallon on gas. Valero at 502 N Cleveland St was the cheapest station in the area, according to a survey by GasBuddy, with regular listed at $2.65 per gallon Wednesday. By comparison, the most expensive gallon was at Chevron at 303 Fm-563, where a gallon of regular was selling for $2.89.
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Caught on camera: Woman’s Tesla catches purse snatching in Spring

SPRING, Texas – Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office deputies are looking for the public’s help in identifying two robbery suspects linked in two robberies in Spring this week. MCSO deputies said the first case happened Thursday September 23rd around 11:30am. A woman was running work and personal errands at Walmart on…

In 2022, You Can Journey To The Galápagos Islands Without Leaving Texas At The Houston Zoo

If you’ve ever wanted to visit the Galápagos Islands, you’ll soon get the chance – and you don’t even need a passport or plane ticket! In the fall of 2022, to celebrate its 100-year anniversary, the Houston Zoo will unveil a state-of-the-art exhibit showcasing the unique and diverse wildlife of the famous island chain. From the iconic Galápagos tortoises to sea lions and a whole host of other fascinating creatures, the exhibit will quickly become one of your favorites.

Boba Tea in Houston: 10 Best Bubble Tea Houses And Shops

Boba tea (also known as bubble tea) is a type of tea that first became popular in Taiwan. It’s made by mixing a tea base with toppings such as small, chewy balls of tapioca known as “boba” or “pearls.” The tea is then shaken to fully mix it and served with extra-wide straws.

Wicks ‘n’ Wine at Buy the Glass Wine Bar

Take home a handmade original scent as well as a new bottle of wine from this event in Spring. All attendees will taste four premium wine selections and take a candle-making class. Admission. Tickets are $35 and online RSVP is required. .

Shipley's North Main location temporarily closes due to COVID-19

A popular Houston-based donut shop with a headquarters and several locations within the Greater Heights has temporarily shut down its North Main Street location due to a positive COVID-19 test. The Shipley Do-Nuts at 3932 N. Main St. left a message via its answering machine informing customers and the public...
Port Arthur News

Boss Burger owner: “I want to live”

A local business owner who has been struggling with COVID-19 since early August “has not lost his sense of humor” as he continues to recover in a Houston hospital, according to a social media message from his wife. Joe Oates is “improving slowly” and “the strength in his right arm...
Houston Chronicle

Houston couple's newly redone Kemah home sparkles on the bay

Clusters of dried coral and shimmering seashells in display cases are decorative nods to the bay view from the summer home of Dr. Mike and Bethany McCann. For years, each brought their children to Kemah during the summer so they could play all day on land and in the water.
Houston Chronicle

Houston-born Eaker Barbecue moves to Fredericksburg

Boo Eaker had never lived in a small town. Her husband, Lance, grew up in the small south Texas town of Uvalde, but they met in San Antonio and eventually moved to Houston, got married and started a family. I met Lance and Boo in 2018 when I wrote about...

Tex-Mex eatery La Viva Cantina now open in Cypress

La Viva Cantina opened in mid-September at Fairfield Town Center, 29040 Hwy. 290, Ste. A15, Cypress. The menu includes quesadillas, tacos, fajitas, enchiladas and other Tex-Mex dishes. The eatery also features a full bar. Take a look at the top five trending stories across all of Community Impact Newspaper’s...
Houston Press

Hungry Heroz Shows It's More Than Just A Food Truck

There’s an unusual chill in the summer air as the 2 a.m. closing crowd shuffles out into the parking lot of D Bar and walk to their vehicles parked along Emancipation Ave. Cars pull around the small lot and circle as people gather under the lights of a blue food truck sitting against the sidewalk. Outside you can hear people laughing as music plays from the windows of a jeep idling nearby, but inside the truck the only thing that can be heard are the workers shouting orders back and forth over the sound of oil bubbling in the fryers.
Houston Press

Best Of Houston® 2021: Best Kolache

A foodstuff as Texan as the breakfast taco or pecan pie, the humble, yeasty kolache has been a Lone Star staple for centuries, from the classic fruit-filled pastries to the often meaty-and-cheesy Tex-Czech evolution most of us associate the name with these days. No matter if you’re looking for sweet or savory, both of the Kolache Shoppe’s Houston locations have you covered. Owners Randy and Lucy Hines took over from the original Shoppe’s founder Erwin Ahrens in 2014 about 44 years after Ahrens began selling kolaches on Richmond Ave after learning the art of kolache-making from the master himself.