Posted on · Olivewood is Houston’s oldest incorporated African American cemetery, having been established in 1875, just 10 years after emancipation.
Posted on · Rev. Emily Chapman says they don’t have an estimate of the losses so far. Worship services will be held at nearby schools for the next few weeks.
Posted on · These are some of the stories Houston Public Media is covering.
Posted on · They've teamed up with a national organization to ask people to drive under the speed limit.
Posted on · The fatal accident occurred around 3:05 p.m. at the intersection of East 8th Street and Heights Boulevard.
Posted on · Remains found in the wall of Heights home identified as home owner Mary Cerruti
Posted on · The Heights is no longer a dry zone
Posted on · A new course explores how areas and developments within Greater Houston have forged their own unique identities -- and even governments -- over the years.
Posted on · Harvey continues to menace Houston, but a local restaurant is opening its doors to provide a release from weather stress.
Posted on · The Heights has been a dry neighborhood ever since the Prohibition Era. Now, a local group of restaurateurs are working on getting people out to the polls to change that.
Posted on · Restaurant owners in a local neighborhood are tired of being bound by a law made before the prohibition era.
Posted on · A coffee shop in the Heights is training trafficking victims for restaurant jobs.
Posted on · If the voters decide to do away with the 1912 rule, grocery and convenience stores will be allowed to sell beer and wine.
Posted on · Alcohol sales have been heavily restricted in the Heights since 1912, but one group is trying to change that.
Posted on · A never-before used Houston city ordinance would ensure trees along the street cannot be cut down.