Come meet Commissioner Adrian Garcia to learn and provide input about the all-inclusive park expansion project at James Driver Park.
This is Part 3 of a series covering the History of East Aldine. Read part one "Early Days, and How Did Aldine Come to Get Its Name?" or part two "Jayhawks’ Roost and The Great Storm". Aldine History By EAMD Staff Growing Pains: From Cougars to Moonshiners to Civilization Aldine was still a pretty wild [...]
Weather Information The National Weather Service has issued a Flash Flood Watch for Houston from late Tuesday until Thursday morning. This means conditions are favorable for flooding to occur. Showers and thunderstorms are expected to develop tonight as a surge of tropical moisture approaches Southeast Texas. The moisture combined with an upper level trough and [...]
By Susie Tommaney, Houston Press At the heart of the East Aldine district is Keith-Wiess Park, with almost 500 acres (499.46, to be exact) of pine forests along Aldine-Westfield Road. It's operated by the Houston Parks and Recreation Department and you can explore it virtually yourself through Street View in Google Maps, though nothing will [...]
Legal pre-screening, if eligible: assistance in completing naturalization applications, one-on-one legal assistance, information about citizenship classes, DACA.
Join us on June 8 for a free shredding event at the HCSO Humble Substation.
Join us on Tuesday, June 18 from 6-8 p.m. at the M.O. Campbell Educational Center.
By Christina Autry Houston’s two multi-faceted entertainment venues, Stampede and Escapade, draw crowds from all over the city looking for a lively, country western or Monterrey-style night. The two massive venues have stood side-by-side in the East Aldine District for the past 20 years, a project imagined by brothers Rob and Sirus Ferdows. “Both buildings [...]