The City of Richmond has pending before the state Legislature a bill that would adjust the hotel occupancy tax and sales tax to raise funds for a hotel/convention
Forty-six percent of Texas construction firms increased base pay in 2018 because of difficulty filling positions, according to a 2019 outlook survey by Associated General Contractors of America and
The Texas Water Development Board closed out the with by approving another $163 million in water and wastewater infrastructure projects, and about one-third of that will go to rural
Cid Galindo and Presidium broke ground on The Elliott, the first of the multi-phase development known as The Pecan District.
Katerra Inc., a manufacturer of building components and materials, will be constructing a 600,000-square-foot fully automated factory south of San Marcos Regional
For those beach lovers waiting on the $15 million renovation of Galveston Island State Park, first announced in 2014, it looks like they'll have to wait another four years. But the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department is making progress
As the Trump Administration continues to forge ahead with plans to disturb private lands and imperil wildlife refuges along the the Rio Grande, a small number of environmental and religious organizations are forming legal
The month of October marked the passage of America’s Water Infrastructure Act, a federal bill authorizing $3.7 billion for 12 new U.S. Army Corp of Engineers project and $4.4 billion in drinking water