January 14, 2010
One of the nation’s premiere furniture retail chains has officially opened its doors along Interstate 10.
Jeffrey Seaman, the chief executive officer of Rooms To Go, made the trip to Brookshire to cut the grand opening’s red ribbon as Waller County Judge candidate and current Precinct 4 Commissioner Glenn Beckendorff and retiring Waller County Judge Owen Ralston stood side by side in the freezing cold.
The Sealy FMTV Task Force is calling on the U.S. Department of Defense to apply weapons acquisition overhaul standards set by Congress and signed by President Obama earlier this year to the process that will decide which contractor should build the Army's Family of Medium Tactical Vehicles.
Pointsmith facility to double space
Pointsmith will more than double the space of its promotional products and services business when it moves to a new headquarters in Situs Companies' PrimeWest Business Park.
The Houston-based company has purchased 10 acres from Situs for a 241,625-square-foot building to be designed and built by The Urban Cos. The park is north of Interstate 10 along Mason Road
A task force of Katy and Sealy-area residents plan to petition Washington lawmakers to reconsider moving a $3 billion contract from Texas to Wisconsin.
The Katy Area Economic Development Council met Tuesday with officials from the city of Sealy to discuss ways of defending 3,000 jobs at the BAE Systems facility in Sealy.