Articles Tagged “San Jacinto”

  • Weather Update

    The National Weather Service in Houston/Galveston has issued a Flash Flood Watch for a portion of Southeast Texas, including Montgomery, Polk, San Jacinto, Trinity and Walker Counties through 1 AM Wednesday.

  • National Weather Service Update-Flash Flood Warning

    The National Weather Service in League City has extended the Flash Flood Warning for Grimes, Montgomery, San Jacinto, Polk and Walker County until 12:45 PM today.

  • CASA Needs Volunteers

    CASA of Walker, San Jacinto and Trinity Counties is in need of volunteers The purpose of CASA is to train volunteers to serve as advocates for the neglected, abused and abandoned children who are placed…

  • FEMA Update

    More Texans are eligible for federal disaster assistance for the April storms, and many more have additional time to register with FEMA for aid. FEMA extended the period during which those affected by the storms…

  • FEMA Update

    FEMA reminds everyone that renters displaced by the May storms and flooding may be eligible for federal disaster assistance, including grants from FEMA and low-interest disaster loans from the U.S. Small Business Administration. FEMA offers…

  • FEMA Updates

    Texans who suffered damage or loss from the April storms and flooding in Montgomery and San Jacinto counties have only until Friday, June 24, to register for FEMA disaster assistance. Texans who sustained damage or…

  • C.A.S.A. VOLUNTEERS SOUGHT

    When a child enters the foster care system because their home is no longer safe, a judge may appoint a committed volunteer to help them. That volunteer is called a Court Appointed Special Advocate, or…

  • FEMA Says Walker County May Now Apply for Disaster Aid Funds

    According to a press release from FEMA Wednesday, the agency has extended federal disaster aid to include 51 additional Texas counties. This amendment provides for supplemental funding for infrastructure repairs in the wake of May’s…

  • Tornado Watch This Morning

    A “Tornado Watch” is in effect for Walker, Trinity, Madison, and San Jacinto counties until 11 this morning.

  • Four Booked On Theft Of Property

    Four people–39-year-old Kevin Bright, 37-year-old Robert Henkhause, 41-year-old Robin Harrison and 36-year-old Candace McDaniel of Conroe–were booked into the Walker County Jail on theft of property charges. The arrests were initiated following an investigation that…