Kingwood Development News

Welcome to the Kingwood News section. Here you will find frequently updated Royal Brook, Northeast Houston and Kingwood Area news regarding the community as well as model homes, events, and projects in and around Kingwood.

Houston Food Bank Needs Help For Kingwood

If you were lucky enough to escape hurricane damage and want to help, the Houston Food Bank needs you! More partners are needed to serve as distribution points to reach individuals who suffered losses from Hurricane Harvey. Partners could be faith-based congregations and organizations, neighborhood... Read More »

Student Aims To Fix Kingwood Pool

Laura Ledlow Fine practically lived at the Kingwood High School swimming pool. It felt like home to her. Fine graduated from Kingwood in 2000 and returned to teach and coach swimming from 2006-2011 (when she was Laura Ledlow, before she got married). Fine started a GoFundMe page to fix,... Read More »

Kingwood Football Is Back!

The Mustangs returned to practice for the first time in over a week and a half, for the first time since Hurricane Harvey hit. The practice was fairly normal by most standards. The two large differences were the location and the uniforms. With Kingwood High School ruined by floodwaters,... Read More »

San Antonio Picks Up Debris

One of the problems in the wake of a hurricane is the piles of debris. San Antonio fleets are arriving in the Kingwood area to assist with storm and flood debris clean up. The City of San Antonio has brought in 30 18-wheeler dumpster trucks and 15 grapplers. They have only been in the area working... Read More »

Lennar Pledges At Least $1 Million Toward United Way Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund

Lennar, one of the nation's largest homebuilders, today pledged at least $1 million to the United Way of Greater Houston Flood Relief Fund to help victims of Hurricane Harvey. The Lennar Foundation will make an immediate $1 million donation to the fund and also will match contributions dollar-... Read More »

Cadet Achieves Elite Distinction

Civil Air Patrol Cadet 2nd Lt. Edward Olson is often mistaken for being older than 16. You would never believe that someone so young has achieved what Olson has. Olson is the recipient of the Mitchell award--a prestigious award given for leadership accomplishments. Civil Air Patrol, or CAP, is... Read More »

Valley Ranch Shopping

Valley Ranch is quickly becoming a retail mecca on 59. TJ Maxx and Burlington are expected to open at the Valley Ranch Town Center in the fall. In addition to apparel, the clothing retailers also carry an assortment of fine jewelry, home goods, shoes and accessories.   Source:http://... Read More »

Pirates, Poets, And Potions

Opera and music enthusiasts are invited to the Kingwood Summer Opera Concert on Aug. 12. “Pirates, Poets, and Potions” is a presentation of opera and operetta performances by Lone Star College-Kingwood’s music students. The show will take place at 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. on the college’s Main... Read More »

Baby Fair

In recognition of world breastfeeding week, the Women's and Children's Center at Kingwood Medical Center in parternship with La Leche League of Kingwood is hosting a baby fair! There will be a variety of vendors and tons of great raffle prizes, maternity and children's apparel fashion show,... Read More »

Christmas in July

Christmas in July is your chance to shop some of the most unique boutiques and artisan gift shops in one place in the cool comfortable confines of the Humble Civic Center. Come out for door prizes, free gift certificates, a wonderful cocktail lounge, sip n stroll and shop till you drop! Load... Read More »