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Aug 12, 2016

Snapology, which offers hands-on interactive learning for children, will open its second Houston-area location in Katy in September. Snapology lets kids develop skills in science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics by working with tools such as Lego, robotics and other creative outlets including an animation studio that lets them make short videos. Parents can...

Aug 06, 2016

Katy ISD's $62.5 million football stadium opens in a year just down the road from the mall, promising to add a boost to local business. Economic activity happens around sports facilities when hosting teams, competitions and events. Retail and hotel/hospitality industries especially see the direct impact being located near an active facility. The school district said it plans...

Jul 29, 2016

Returning from a great success last year, the Katy Summer Tailgate event will fill the streets of historic Katy with a fun zone for the kids, vendor booths, a row of restaurants with plenty to satisfy any craving, and a street dance to live music. Entry fee is either a backpack or bag of school supplies to help benefit the YMCA’s Operation Backpack program. For more...

Jul 23, 2016

Former Mustang Eric Aldis was recently handed the reigns as Executive Chef at Agave Rio, Katy’s newest restaurant and patio dining facility at 1138 FM 1463. Aldis is a partner in a host of successful restaurants in the Houston area, such as Midtown Barbecue and The Corner Chair in River Oaks, but the hometown culinary star is relishing the opportunity to create something...

Jul 16, 2016

The Katy Rebels-D’Addieco team won the 2016 All-American Sports National Championship in the 4th grade silver division in San Antonio, TX on July 8-10.  A brand new team this year consisting almost entirely of girls in their first year of AAU basketball, the Rebels went to AAS Nationals with the hopes of just gaining their first National tournament experience. Instead,...

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