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Harris County Precinct 4
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Capital Improvement Projects Update: Gosling Road Bookmark

Residents traveling along Gosling Road to the Grand Parkway may soon have a faster commute. All lanes along Gosling Road are now open except for one-lane closures between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. while construction on drainage projects continues. Last year, Harris County Precinct 4 began an $8.68-million project to widen Gosling Road from two to five lanes with drainage between Spring Stuebner Road and the Grand Parkway and expand the area between the Grand Parkway and Mossy Oaks to four lanes. Long-term plans

Most Devastating Hurricane Season on Record Ends Bookmark

Local officials are breathing a sigh of relief as the most destructive hurricane season on record ends. Three major hurricanes, Harvey, Irma, and Maria, carved a path of destruction across southeast Texas, Florida, and Puerto Rico. Hurricane Harvey made landfall on the Central Texas Coast as a Category 4 storm late Friday, Aug. 25 and meandered east to Harris County, where it stalled. By then, the storm had downgraded to a tropical storm that brought more than 50 inches of rain, the highest amount in United States history, and

Dart Baseball at Mangum-Howell Center Bookmark

Dart Baseball at Mangum-Howell Center
If the Astros winning the world series is giving you baseball fever, you don’t have to wait until next season to get your fix! Dart baseball is going on year-round at Mangum-Howell Center every Monday and Friday at 10 a.m. “It’s just like regular baseball, but instead of hitting the ball and running, we throw darts,” said volunteer Linda Watkins. The game has been going on for at least 20 years at the Center and now the group is hoping to expand. “We’d love to have new players join the group,” said Watkins.