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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
Spring Flea Market set for April 14, 2018, in Town Center Parking Garage

THE WOODLANDS, TEXAS The Woodlands Spring Flea Market will be held Saturday, April 14, 2018, from 7 to 10:30 a.m. at the Town Center Parking Garage. The garage is located at the southwest corner of Six Pines Drive and Lake Robbins Drive adjacent to The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion.

Feral cats make Western Governor's list of invasive species

This July 19, 2016 file photo a feral cat lays in the reeds next to a body of water in Hart Park out of the direct sun, in Bakersfield, Calif.

Where to celebrate St. Patrick's Day in Houston

Janie McCall points out the Shriners go cart drivers as she enjoys the Houston St. Patrick's Day Parade with her family in downtown Houston.

Team discovers that wind moves microinvertebrates across desert

IMAGE: A tray of marbles sits on the roof of the Biology Building on the campus of The University of Texas at El Paso. Trays like this were used to collect... view The work of faculty and students from The University of Texas at El Paso has yielded the first evidence of how waterborne microinvertebrates move across vast expanses of arid desert.

Auto thefts, burglaries and traffic scofflaws among concerns of north Houston residents

Auto thefts and vehicular burglaries are a major concern along the corridors of north Harris County. In October, 103 vehicles were reported stolen, while November had 108, December had 92 and January had 128.

Houston man accused of beating baby, 1, before attacking baby's mother

Kirklin Taylor, 26, is facing a felony injury to a child charge for allegedly beating a 1-year-old baby in Houston on Jan. 26, 2018. He is also accused of attacking the baby's mother and is currently wanted by the Houston Police Department.

Take a look at throwback pics from spring break in Galveston

Terry Chapman, 22, has his way on Stewart Beach in Galveston as he builds a sand memorial to his alma mater, Ohio State. Chapman is an avionics engineering student down here on spring break.

Houston capital murder suspect took METRORail as getaway

The person believed to have shot and killed a man in Houston's Near Northside in late February hopped on a METRORail train to get away from the crime scene, officials said. Anyone with information about the suspect is urged to call Houston Crime Stoppers at 713-222-TIPS .

Houston man who shot construction worker during robbery given 50-year prison sentence

Michael Earl Marshall, 29, was found guilty of first-degree aggravated robbery Tuesday and was sentenced to 50 years in prison Wednesday. Michael Earl Marshall, 29, was found guilty of first-degree aggravated robbery Tuesday and was sentenced to 50 years in prison Wednesday.

Arts on Main to hold spring break art camps for kids ages 5-12

Arts on Main will hold three spring break art camps to give kids ages 5 to 12 a chance to paint, sculpt, draw and more. The three-day camps will be from 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. at 218 Main St. in Texarkana, Texas.

University of Houston student sexually assaulted under Gulf Freeway overpass

EXECUTION MURDERS: Bao and Jenny Lam, both 61, were killed execution-style in their Spring home during a botched robbery. Their children, Michelle and Richard Lam spoke to media pleading for help finding their parents' killers.

Houston-area man wanted for trafficking 16-year-old runaway girl

Kareem Marcus Nolden, 34, is wanted on several felony charges, including trafficking of a child, compelling prostitution and sexual assault of a child. The victim is now safe, according to HCSO Senior Deputy Thomas Gilliland.

Born again: For Texans by choice, 'baptism' at Sam Houston shrine is solemn rite

Lined up in folding chairs under a bright Texas sun, more than two dozen pilgrims gather at one of the holiest of Texana sites: the final resting place of Texas' pater familias , Sam Houston. On Texas Independence Day, which happens to be the same day as Houston's birth date, local representatives remember the general who won the Texas Revolution, served twice as the new Republic's president and once was its state governor and senator.

Trump's proposed steel tariffs could hammer Houston businesses,

The three work together by removing 1.968 inch carbon steel from a 1700 degree furnace; then wrap the coil then move the coil to a 1200 degree oil quench. The coil is then moved from the oil quench to a resting plate where it cools down to 240 degrees.

Man dead in shooting near University of Houston

Police were called out to a home in the 2600 block of Napoleon Street, just blocks away from the UH main campus, around 3:40 p.m. to reports of a shooting. Police found a man dead of an apparent gunshot wound when they arrived.

One dead in southwest Houston shooting

Officers were called out to a shooting call at a home in the 6300 block of Dryad Drive, which is near the intersection of West Airport Boulevard and Fondren Road along U.S. 90 Alternate. When police arrived, they found a male dead of an apparent gunshot wound.

The Natural Algae Astaxanthin Association Welcomes Atacama Bio...

SPRING, Texas: The Natural Algae Astaxanthin Association announced today that Chile-based Atacama Bio is its newest executive member. Atacama Bio has been producing natural astaxanthin derived from Haematococcus pluvialis since 2003 in the Atacama Desert in Chile on its 250-acre facility using closed and open photo-bioreactors.

Young artists showcased at First Friday art walk

Celebrate art by Ashland High School students during the Ashland Gallery Association's annual student art show. Alongside art by regional and national artists, art by students will be featured through March at participating galleries and businesses in downtown Ashland, the Railroad District and surrounding areas.

Victim found shot to death in alley in Houston's Near Northside

A resident in the 4300 block of McEwen Street, which is near the intersection of Cavalcade Street and Fulton Street, heard several gunshots around 10:20 p.m., according to the Houston Police Department. The resident went outside to see what happened and found the person dead in the alley behind the street, police said.

Woman shot in neck at southwest Houston condo

Officer with the Houston Police Department were called out to the Bayou West Condominiums in the 9800 block of Club Creek Drive in southwest Houston around 10:05 p.m. to reports of a shooting. When they arrived, they learned a woman had been shot in the neck.

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