Katy ISD’s Partners in Education invites the community to bring hope to students and families in need this holiday season through the Food for Families program. Last year, Food for Families raised $37,000.
Katy ISD has planned to honor military heroes during Veterans Day events throughout the district. Celebrations include concerts, flag ceremonies, receptions, and one big Army homecoming surprise. How are you honoring veterans today?
Words cannot convey the gratitude and actions cannot repay the sacrifice of the men and women, past and present who have served our country. Some local and nationwide businesses have pledged to offer a small token of appreciation to our armed forces this Veterans Day by offering discounts and events in their honor. Here are some you can find in...
Happy National Nachos Day, Katy! Many local restaurants offer nachos and have put their own tasty spin on the original recipe. What's your favorite - topped with beef fajita meat or oysters, served mild or spicy with jalapeno peppers? Read on to find your ideal combination of toppings to celebrate this special occasion.
Keep Katy Beautiful invites the community to “Reduce, Reuse, Recycle and Rebuy.” This Saturday, residents can do their part by supporting the City of Katy’s Bi-Annual Garage Sale and the America’s Recycle Day event at Katy’s First Baptist Church.
Over the weekend, an alligator was spotted at the Cinco Ranch Water Park in Katy, a popular location for photo sessions and nature walks. To keep your family safe, remember to be mindful of your surroundings, especially near bodies of water.
More and more Katy residents have been reporting sightings of stinging tree asps. Unfortunately, their furry and cuddly appearance begs for little ones (and curious adults) to investigate. Children and dogs are mostly at risk to become victims of the asp's painful sting.