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About: spring, texas

Located 25 miles north of Houston, back in 1947 Spring only had 700 residents. Further back, in the 1840s, many immigrants settled into the area and started farming. The main cash crops at the time were sugar cane and cotton, and residents were known to grow their own vegetables. In addition, people came from the southern U.S. to settle into Spring after the Civil War.

Population: 36385
Local Newspapers: Houston Chronicle
Local Sports Teams: Houston Astros (MLB) Houston Texans (NFL) Houston Rockets (NBA) Houston Dynamo (MLS) Houston Aeros (AHL)
Local Colleges: North Harris County College

Zip Codes associated with spring, texas: 77373 77379 77380 77382 77386 77388 77389
Towns/Cities near spring, texas : The Woodlands Sandpiper Aldine Oak Ridge North Humble Shenandoah Tomball

Spring News
De'Wayne Jackson Debuts Stirring Video on Pigeons and Planes

Flourishes of alt rock stacked against an r&b backbone, and a whisper of emotional aesthetics De'Wayne Jackson's debut EP, "Don't Be Afraid" is a surreal soundscape and experiment from an artist whose musical upbringing is as eclectic as his sound suggests. Today, he releases the second track and video from the EP, titled "Watchin" via Pigeons and Planes.

Sources: Mechler to resign as Texas GOP chairman

Republican Party of Texas Chairman Tom Mechler looks on as Electoral College members cast their vote for president at the state Capitol on December 19, 2016. Speculation began swirling Wednesday that Mechler was preparing to step down, and the party had said he would respond to the rumors Saturday.

From the Extension: Chess is good for studentsa minds

I'm Dallas Daniels, the new 4-H extension agent for Lake County. As a Marion County teacher for the past two years, I know the stringent standards that have been set for our children.

DEA Raids Local Doctor Office

The Lamar County Sheriff"s office has confirmed that the medical office of Diamondback Pain and Wellness Center, was served search warrant papers today. The Drug Enforcement Agency entered the office to retrieve medical records from Dr. Harold Diamond.

Child Exploitation Unit

Texas police said Joe Lawrence Islas, 55, was recently arrested and charged with three counts of possession of child pornography. Texas police said Joe Lawrence Islas, 55, was recently arrested and charged with three counts of possession of child pornography.

Boy wreaks havoc in ktchen playing in giant puddle of eggs

You must be yolking! Boy named Bear has a cracking time as he wreaks havoc in his mom's kitchen when he plays in a giant puddle of eggs Clad in a diaper and tank, the baby wallows in the puddle while his mom - Kristy Herbeck from Spring, Texas - can't believe the mess he's gotten in As he rolls around in the eggs, Kristy points out that he made more work for her while she was trying to clean his sister's room In the video, the mother-of-four said: 'I don't even know how to react to this. He is so cute but this is so bad' A young boy had some eggs-plaining to do after he was found playing in a massive puddle of eggs in his mom's kitchen.

Pet Supermarket enters Houston market

The new locations include a 9,942-square-foot store in Meyerland Plaza at West Loop 610 S and Beechnut; a 6,500-square-foot store at the Rock Creek Shopping Center at Spring Cypress and Grant Road in Cypress; and a 8,139-square-foot location at Fairfield Marketplace at U.S. 290 and Mason Road in Cypress.

Retail Wrap: Mixed-use development headed for Baytown

KM Realty has purchased 146 acres known as the Fitzgerald tract at the southwest corner of Interstate 10 and Texas 146. The land has long been targeted as a potential development site, according to KM Realty.

HP, ABS campuses break ground in Springwoods Village

HP will occupy a 378,000-square-foot campus in Springwoods Village. Completion is planned in the third quarter of 2018.

DBC: Area chamber round-up

Spring activities are in full swing, and the Aubrey 380 area is no exception. This upcoming weekend will be a busy one.

ICYMI: Leaders lost track of $46 million in Houston's housing

An expose of lost money and sloppy records in Houston's low-income housing fund, the story about two frat brothers who got hitched, and a look at college-age drunk driving - all in this week's investigative and narrative journalism. Houston has collected $130 million in local taxes over the last decade to help provide affordable housing for low-income families, but has little to show for it.

A day in the life of Texas lawmakers.

The last weeks of session in the Texas Legislature's biennial, 140-day marathons are almost always fractious. Long days get longer, bill-killing deadlines come and go, tempers fray and emotions boil over.

Houston set for $3B water supply pipeline, treatment project

Any Houstonian who's ever stalled out in a rush-hour gully washer, swatted mosquitoes on a humid summer afternoon or hauled soggy carpet to the curb after a neighborhood flash flood will be forgiven for thinking the supply of water is one thing they needn't worry about. The Houston Chronicle reports indeed, throughout the city's first century, the settlers and entrepreneurs who settled here tapped into generous underground stores of water to flood rice fields or run refineries.

House GOP tensions come to a head with 'Mother's Day Massacre'

The Texas Freedom Caucus in a hastily called press conference telling the press their intent to kill bills on the Local and Consent calendar in retaliation for what they say is unfair treatment during the House session on May 11, 2017. For months, tensions have been simmering between some of the Texas House's most conservative members and their fellow Republicans in leadership.

Boozy new delivery service launches in Houston

Alcohol delivery service Drizly , one of the first in the game, has expanded its Texas reach, launching in Houston and San Antonio this week. Houstonians can now order liquor, beer, wine, ice, mixers, and accouterments online or through the Drizly app, which is available for Apple and Android devices.

The Brief: Get ready for a legislative bloodbath in the Texas House

As the Texas House rounded the corner and raced toward a key deadline Thursday night, conservative House lawmakers announced they were killing more than 100 bills. Longtime State Rep. Senfronia Thompson, D-Houston, appears exasperated by Liberty Caucus attempts to disrupt normal House business by challenges to the Local and Consent calendar during the session May 11, 2017.

Models, Musicians and Founders Share Advice From Their Moms

You're never too old to appreciate a little motherly advice, especially when it's almost always useful and following it helps to avoid an "I told you so." Whether it's beauty help, like wearing a little more lipstick or dating guidance , there's nothing quite like tips from someone who's been there before you, and is 99 percent certain to know what to do.

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