A realtor who cut his teeth cleaning up and rebuilding faded developments on his home turf in the Third Ward last week was granted a two-year extension by the state to oversee a formerly gang plagued condo complex in Sharpstown. Known as the Le Promenade Townhomes, now changed to The Gardens at Bis ... More >>
District 147 State Representative Garnet Coleman
A rejuvenated Red Rooster crows again on Old Spanish Trail
Sour grapes, golden gloves and acidic comebacks on the campaign trail.
Candidates get religion as Election Day nears
District C's ex file: Then it got personal
Airing out Darryl Carter's dirty laundry, with the help of Womack's campaign
A council candidate's past comes back to haunt him
Crisis care for the mentally ill crumbles under the weight of not enough money, too much beauracracy
Should taxpayer dollars help prosecute a reporter with a big mouth and inoperable cancer?
A nonprofit "charity" is pursuing millions in taxpayers' money to redevelop the Fourth Ward. The question for Houston Renaissance is, charity for whom?
One of Houston's most venerable communities is set for redevelopment. Before that happens, though, perhaps one question needs to be answered: Whose community?