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The West University Place City Council will hold a workshop and a regular meeting on Monday, July 28, beginning at 5:45 p.m. Residents are encouraged to attend. During the workshop session, the council is scheduled to hear reports from the …
The West U Little League will open Fall Ball registration on August 1.
Fall Ball focuses on instruction, allowing players to rotate into new positions, transition to
Due to the recent increase in mosquito activity, the city of West University Place will be doubling up weekly sprayings on a week-to-week basis. An additional mosquito
West University Place police are investigating the armed robbery of the Verizon Wireless store, located at 5300 Kirby, on Saturday.
Two employees at the store told police
West U police are asking for the public’s help in solving a residential burglary that happened Thursday at about 12:45 p.m., in the 6500 block of Brompton.
The West U Elementary PTO is hosting another summer play date for incoming kindergarteners on Sunday, July 20. This opportunity for new kindergartners, and their parents, to
The West University Place City Council directed city staff on Monday to prepare a resolution opposing the Houston Metropolitan Transit Authority’s proposed bus route on Weslayan, and
The West U City Council will discuss METRO’s plan to route a bus down Weslayan, at the July 14 city council meeting. That meeting will be held
The city of West U will provide the sitters, so that parents can enjoy a “date-night experience” at Splash Blast to the Past, on Saturday, July 26,
The city of West University Place Parks and Recreation Department will host its annual Independence Day Bike Parade and Pool Party on July 4th. Line up in
More than three dozen agitated West U residents told representatives of the Metropolitan Transit Authority that they do not want a bus route running down narrow Weslayan,
OffIcials with the Metropolitan Transit Authority will attend a meeting of the West U City Council on Monday, June 23, to hear from West U residents about
Crime Stoppers of Houston is offering an increased reward of up to $10,000 if you can help catch whoever is responsible for the theft of more than $125,000
Reacting to concerned residents, officials of the city of West University Place have asked officials of Metro to attend a West U City Council meeting to discuss