County Judge’s Civic Saturday – Flood Mitigation, March 23

2019-03-21T18:28:38+00:00March 21st, 2019|Community, Events, Resources|

Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo wants to speak with you, your partners, and the county residents you represent about the issues you care about. This Saturday, March 23, 2019, the County Judge will be holding a listening session on Flood Mitigation and invites all to share their insights. This event will be held in English [...]

11 Days Remaining to Submit a 2019 LISC Small Grant Proposal!

2019-03-21T05:12:38+00:00March 21st, 2019|Community, Resources|

Houston LISC launched the 2019 cycle of small grants in January. LISC's small grants are tools to support resident-led initiatives, spark projects that advance the community's vision and build neighborhood capacity. These grants are made available through LISC's GO Neighborhoods initiative, a place-based and neighborhood-driven approach to comprehensive community development in Houston. These grants will [...]

Johnson Elementary School

2019-03-20T23:55:24+00:00March 20th, 2019|Community|

By J.D. Herman ”Teach the children so it will not be necessary to teach the adults.” - Abraham Lincoln Johnson Elementary, named for Beulah Johnson, an educator and community supporter in the district, has been educating young minds in the East Aldine Management District for 51 years. The school is now in a new home [...]

Mom’s No Secret to Aldine Residents

2019-03-14T23:39:20+00:00March 14th, 2019|Community|

By Staff After more than two decades in business, with its hot and hearty Texas breakfasts and downhome Southern comfort lunches served either to order from the kitchen or cafeteria-style, Mom’s Country Kitchen (14428 Aldine Westfield Rd.) has earned the status of an East Aldine institution. (It’s right across the street from another venerable establishment [...]

Spring Into Action With KHB!

2019-03-12T05:04:59+00:00March 12th, 2019|Community, Events|

Thank you, University of Houston! The KHB Board and Commissioners had a terrific spring meeting Thursday, March 7th and were wonderfully hosted by the University of Houston. The food was outstanding, the meeting space beautiful, and we were even fortunate enough to have a fantastic guest speaker. Michael Mendoza, Manager of Sustainability, filled us in [...]

Alma Latina

2019-03-08T02:07:27+00:00March 8th, 2019|Community, Economic Development|

By Jeff Herman East Aldine Management District has no shortage of Tex-Mex options to choose from but few have the chops and longevity of Alma Latina. Since 1984, the Marquez family has been preparing their soulful, authentic Mexican fare, and Houston is all the better for it. Starting as a small chain of taquerias, the [...]