The Aquifer Guardians in Urban Areas (AGUA) and the grassroots group TURF have joined together to file a lawsuit in federal court requesting the Hwy 281 toll road project be stopped pending full compliance with the National Environmental Policy Act and the Endangered Species Act.
Early voting polling locations will be open until Friday, leaving just a few more days to beat the crowds on Election Day. Stone Oak Elementary, at 21045 Crescent Oaks, is the closet polling place within the Stone Oak area, however voters can cast their ballot at any of the roughly 33 designated locations throughout the city.
Seven NEISD schools will compete in a pancake stacking contest during the grand opening celebration of the new Capital One on Blanco Road. The students, along with representatives from various non-profit organizations, will compete to form the tallest stack of pancakes in one minute. Participating schools and groups will receive cash donations from Capital One.
To mark the recent completion of a lengthy construction project, the community is invited to a day-long celebration at the newly remodeled H-E-B Plus near Loop 1604 and Blanco Road. A former H-E-B, the new 141,000-square-foot store received Plus status with the expansion of its grocery selection and the addition of numerous departments.
The North East Independent School District is currently accepting applications from those interested in running for a seat on the Board of Trustees. Four school board members, representing districts 1, 4, 5 and 6, will be elected May 10.&n
The only people who think the preschool age is a wonderful stage are those currently raising teenagers. The rest of us dealing with a rambunctious tot at home know three- and four-year olds are just two-year olds with lots of practice. With enough energy to power a small village, they can exhaust their parents, terrorize the family pet, destroy the house and give themselves a new “haircut” within just 10 minutes of waking up. This is why the universe created….preschool.