Ismaili Center Steel Beam

Arts & Culture

Ismaili Center Houston, a ‘jewel’ in the making, takes shape near Montrose area

Posted on · A cultural center for Ismaili Muslims and other members of the Houston community, the first of its kind in the United States, is expected to open in 2025 at the southeast corner of Allen Parkway and Montrose Boulevard.

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Papa John's

Business

Papa John’s employee trying to unionize Houston store suspended for stealing by franchisee

Posted on · Harrison Martin, a 19-year-old cook at the Papa John's location at 2620 S. Shepherd Dr., was suspended by management two days after filing a petition to form a union with the National Labor Relations Board. DCT Texas, his employer, says he was punished for stealing food and not because of the petition.

Harris County Civil Courthouse

Criminal Justice

Four Houston bars, husband of alleged drunk driver added as defendants in $1 million wrongful death lawsuit

Posted on · The parents of Joseph McMullin, the 33-year-old Houston man who was struck and killed in April while on a first date in the Montrose area, initially sued the alleged drunk driver, Kristina Chambers, who also faces a criminal charge of intoxication manslaughter.

Harris County Civil Courthouse

Court

Houston driver accused of intoxication manslaughter in Montrose also faces $1 million wrongful death lawsuit

Posted on · The parents of Joseph McMullin, the 33-year-old Houston man who was struck and killed last month while walking on a Westheimer Road sidewalk with his date, are seeking more than $1 million in damages in a lawsuit filed against 32-year-old Kristina Chambers.

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