Monthly Archives: May 2014

Judge finds TxDOT overreached in condemning land

In a rare court win for a property owner in a condemnation case, a Harris County judge ruled that state transportation officials improperly acquired land for a future transit project that was too vaguely defined. The decision, if it survives … Continue reading

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Local nonprofit’s services, model draw national attention

The continuous flow of old and new faces – immigrants like Herrera as well as sixth-generation Texans – has helped to make Neighborhood Centers, founded in 1907, one of the biggest helping hands in East Texas. The organization is a … Continue reading

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Clock ticks on issues for Metro to resolve before new rail lines open – Houston Chronicle

Harrisburg Boulevard, where Houston transit officials are building a new light rail line, has changed a lot in the past five years. But according to one popular community clock, the time has been 9:29 since Sept. 25, 2009. At least … Continue reading

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