This Week's Headlines

Clear Brook wins “School of Character”

Hurricane season begins Monday, June 1

Pearland facility reports 80 COVID cases

“Imagine Your Story” reading program set

County funds $30 million in relief

Hidalgo extends Stay Home, Work Safe

City pools won’t open; locals open June 2

Motel has murder before grand opening

Parade canceled; fireworks unsure

People in Texas warned as telephone scammers set to cash in on coronavirus

Youth sports activities can resume, particulars remain

Lajaunie scholarship tennis event comes on June 26-28

SBHLL 2020 season officially canceled

Wolverines’ Perez lands Goalkeeper of the Year

New engineering, cosmetology facilities opening at SJC South

Airports shine in list of top 100

Education foundation funds student access

Governor: Higher ed., others to cut 5%

Dobie baseball seniors leave legacy within program

Dobie softballers score all-district

Parade canceled; fireworks unsure

Multiple Fourth of July events are being canceled due to coronavirus fears.

The annual South Belt Fourth of July parade has been canceled out of social-distancing concerns.

This marked the second time in the parade’s 33-year history that the event has been canceled.

The 2018 parade was rained out. At press time, it was unclear if the annual South Belt Fourth of July fireworks show at El Franco Lee Park is still going forward.

The yearly event is funded by the annual South Belt Spectacular Cook-off, which was already canceled this past April due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.