This Week's Headlines

City of Houston water rates increase

Area resident battles sewage issues

Governor appoints Mitchell to board

Nearby road construction affects area

Suspect killed by police officers

Neighboring Pearland may get bars

Free COVID vax July 28 at St. Luke’s

HFD responds to multiple incidents

Pct. 2 catch catalytic converter thieves

Chambers gather for State of the County with Commissioner Adrian Garcia

‘Be Someone’ artist’s message showcased

Backpacks for Kids

BAC holding chorus auditions

New South Belt Chamber program honors Burleighs as Business of the Quarter

Dave Campbell’s eyes Longhorns as repeat 22-6A football champions

Pioneers to face loaded district field

BAFL season begins Aug. 14; schedules for all 20 teams out

Locals chosen in MLB draft

Dave Campbell’s Texas Football annual again has JFD football tops

Longhorns eye scrimmages

Dobie graduate Garza standing out this summer

Campbell’s Texas Football has Dobie No. 43 in state

2021 Bay Area Football League Schedules

South Belt area sports camps, sign-ups

July 4 events canceled

Multiple July 4 events have been canceled due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The annual South Belt Fourth of July parade has been called off out of social-distancing concerns. This marked the third time in the parade’s 34-year history that the event has not gone on as planned, as last year’s event was also canceled out of coronavirus fears and the 2018 function was rained out. The yearly South Belt Fourth of July fi reworks show at El Franco Lee Park has also been canceled due to the pandemic. Organizers of both events said they will return next year bigger and better than ever.