It’s almost Mother’s Day! Still haven’t found that perfect gift for May 9? The Spring Branch District’s businesses and nonprofits have got you covered, no matter your mom’s interests or personality. Is she an animal lover? Since 1979, TWRC Wildlife Center has been committed to providing quality emergency care and rehabilitation for injured, ill, and orphaned wildlife. [...]
By Dorothy Puch Lillig Three years after unveiling a 2015-2030 Comprehensive Plan, the Spring Branch Management District is making progress in the goal to promote economic development and enhance quality of life in Spring Branch. Following its 15-year “blueprint for action,” the district — working with landscape architecture firm SWA Group — has plans for [...]
By J.D. Herman What if I told you that three of the best restaurants in the Spring Branch Management District actually share the same parking lot? Believe it or not, it’s absolutely true. At the crossroads of Long Point and Witte you will find an intersection of flavors that is sure to please. Whether [...]
On Sunday afternoon, police cars blocked off a stretch of Gessner Road between Tiger Trail and Kempwood for the latest edition of Cigna Sunday Streets, a special event produced by the mayor’s office and a favorite for neighborhoods around the city. With the streets closed to automobile traffic, hundreds of Spring Branch pedestrians, bicyclists, and rollerskaters came [...]
A candidate forum for two positions on the Spring Branch ISD Board of Trustees will be held at 7 p.m. on March 30 in the Bunker Hill H-E-B Community Room. Trustee positions for the upcoming election are Position 1, currently held by incumbent Josef D. Klam, and Position 2, which is held by incumbent Chris [...]
Saturday, October 29th from 9am to 11am 8575 Pitner Rd. Bring your kids in costumes and have fun with neighbors. Prizes will be given every half hour and enjoy games. We'd like to show you all that we can do together.
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