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Traveling for the Fourth? Expect higher gas prices
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Published in 3-7-2018
    428 Visits
Gas prices are expected to climb higher on July 4, hitting $3 a gallon at some stations as drivers gear up for road trips on one of the year’s busiest travel days. The price of regular unleaded in the Houston area is expected to average $2.69 a gallon that day, according to GasBuddy, which tracks fuel costs nationwide. That’s the highest July 4 average since 2014, when crude oil prices topped ...>>
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Statute of limitations in Fla. probate probably doesn’t extend 10 years
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Published in 3-7-2018
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Ronald Lipman, of Houston law firm Lipman & Associates, is board certified in estate planning and probate law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.
Reference: www.chron.com
Houston developer starts long-awaited Midtown apartment project
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Published in 3-7-2018
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Winther Investment has returned to the Houston apartment scene with a seven-story mid-rise going up at 2111 Austin in Midtown.
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California car wash chain to build in new Katy retail center
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Published in 3-7-2018
    720 Visits

Quick Quack Car Wash has started construction on a location in Katy's Grand Morton Town Center with opening planned in December.

Reference: www.chron.com
American Furniture Warehouse buys sites for initial Texas stores
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Published in 3-7-2018
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Colorado-based American Furniture Warehouse has purchased land in Katy and Webster for its entry into the Texas market, brokerage firm Baker Katz announced.

Reference: www.chron.com
Aldi hosts hiring fairs at several stores
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Published in 26-6-2018
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Aldi will host hiring fairs to fill positions at its upcoming locations in Huntsville, Pasadena, Baytown and Kemah.

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Aldi hosts hiring fairs at several stores
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Published in 26-6-2018
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Aldi will host hiring fairs to fill positions at its upcoming locations in Huntsville, Pasadena, Baytown and Kemah.

Reference: www.chron.com
The Woodlands to add 8-story apartment project in Hughes Landing
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Published in 26-6-2018
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The Howard Hughes Corp. plans to add a second apartment project to Hughes Landing in The Woodlands.

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The Woodlands to add 8-story apartment project in Hughes Landing
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Published in 26-6-2018
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The Howard Hughes Corp. plans to add a second apartment project to Hughes Landing in The Woodlands.

Reference: www.chron.com
Springwoods Village developers break ground on first multitenant office building in CityPlace
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Published in 26-6-2018
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CityPlace 1 is being built as the first multitenant office building in the CityPlace at Springwoods Village, the developers announced.

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Springwoods Village developers break ground on first multitenant office building in CityPlace
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Published in 26-6-2018
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CityPlace 1 is being built as the first multitenant office building in the CityPlace at Springwoods Village, the developers announced.

Reference: www.chron.com
Toys R Us to close all stores Friday, including 18 in Houston area
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Published in 26-6-2018
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Toys R Us will close all of its stores, including 18 in the Houston area, on Friday.

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Toys R Us to close all stores Friday, including 18 in Houston area
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Published in 26-6-2018
    678 Visits

Toys R Us will close all of its stores, including 18 in the Houston area, on Friday.

Reference: www.chron.com
Grocery wars: Amazon offers home delivery in latest battle for Houston shoppers
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Published in 26-6-2018
    548 Visits
Amazon, the world’s most valuable retailer, will begin delivering groceries from Whole Foods Market stores in the Houston area, upping the ante in the city’s hyper-competitive grocery market.
Reference: www.chron.com
Grocery wars: Amazon offers home delivery in latest battle for Houston shoppers
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Published in 26-6-2018
    899 Visits
Amazon, the world’s most valuable retailer, will begin delivering groceries from Whole Foods Market stores in the Houston area, upping the ante in the city’s hyper-competitive grocery market.
Reference: www.chron.com


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