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Located 25 miles north of Houston, back in 1947 Spring only had 700 residents. Further back, in the 1840s, many immigrants settled into the area and started farming. The main cash crops at the time were sugar cane and cotton, and residents were known to grow their own vegetables. In addition, people came from the southern U.S. to settle into Spring after the Civil War.

Population: 36385
Local Newspapers: Houston Chronicle
Local Sports Teams: Houston Astros (MLB) Houston Texans (NFL) Houston Rockets (NBA) Houston Dynamo (MLS) Houston Aeros (AHL)
Local Colleges: North Harris County College

Zip Codes associated with spring, texas: 77373 77379 77380 77382 77386 77388 77389
Towns/Cities near spring, texas : The Woodlands Sandpiper Aldine Oak Ridge North Humble Shenandoah Tomball

Spring News
Melania Trump Calls on 'Both Sides' to End Family Separation

Trump associate Roger Stone reveals new contact with Russian national during 2016 campaign - MIAMI - One day in late May 2016, Roger Stone - the political dark sorcerer and longtime confidant of Donald Trump - slipped into his Jaguar and headed out to meet a man with a Make America Great Again hat and a viscous Russian accent.

TSTC Student Success Profile: Arleth Olvera

Arleth Olvera is an Engineering student at Texas State Technical College. The Brownsville native holds a 3.8 grade-point average and expects to graduate with her associate degree Spring 2019.

Feeling the drip, drip, drip of the mobile IV craze

Jaron Black from Drip Dynamic, a mobile IV unit hydration station, prepares a IV for client Taylor DeMartino Friday, June 1, 2018, in Houston. Jaron Black from Drip Dynamic, a mobile IV unit hydration station, prepares a IV for client Taylor DeMartino Friday, June 1, 2018, in Houston.

Pioneer Exploration buys Allen Parkway building for new HQ

Pioneer Exploration has purchased a two-story office building near the intersection of Allen Parkway and Dunlavy for its new headquarters. The reason for the move is to be closer to where the company's corporate executives live, according to an announcement.

On the Move: Houston leadership plays key role in Relocation Directors Council Event

Not only are they recognized locally, but they are frequently tapped to provide leadership on a national level in organizations like the Relocation Directors Council . This was evidenced at last month's RDC Spring Event, which was held in Dallas and attended by approximately 150 relocation directors from around the country.

Local blogger promotes city in unique way

The McAllen native is becoming known throughout the area for his Nine to Five Guy blog but has also worked for the McAllen Chamber of Commerce for six years with the Convention & Visitors Bureau division where he is the director of sales and sports tourism.

LeTourneau University Announces Spring 2018 Dean's List

The following students were named to the Spring 2018 Dean's List at LeTourneau University. The Dean's List recognizes students who have achieved a grade point average between 3.50 and 3.99 for the semester.

FEMA Approves Buyout Funds for Houston Homes Flooded by Harvey

The first of what could be as many as 1,000 flood-destroyed Houston homes may soon be purchased and torn down as part of a sweeping program to move Hurricane Harvey victims out of the floodplain. The Trump administration approved $25.6 million in Federal Emergency Management Agency hazard mitigation grants to Harris County, Texas, to avoid future property losses for tens of thousands of people whose homes line creeks and bayous that are subject to repetitive flooding.

TX 'Real Housewives' begins filming

Kitty Hawk Middle School and Judson High alum Spensha Baker, who has earned the nickname "The Crier" because she's so quick to become tearful, made it to the final four of "The Voice" in 2018.

First-ever A&M System student regent appointed from Prairie View A&M

Ervin Bryant of Spring will serve as the Texas A&M University System's next student regent. Ervin Bryant of Spring will serve as the Texas A&M University System's next student regent.

TEA issuing Harvey accountability waivers, 4 long-failing HISD schools not eligible

In this file photo, Texas Education Agency Commissioner Mike Morath speaks with the Houston Chronicle's editorial board about the looming state action against Houston ISD on Wednesday, May 9, 2018, in Houston. less In this file photo, Texas Education Agency Commissioner Mike Morath speaks with the Houston Chronicle's editorial board about the looming state action against Houston ISD on Wednesday, May 9, 2018, in Houston.

Cities still waiting on 2017 Hurricane aid

Houses at the Highland Glen subdivision stand in floodwaters due to Hurricane Harvey in Spring, Texas, on Aug. 28, 2017. A deluge of rain and rising floodwaters left Houston immersed and helpless, crippling a global center of the oil industry and testing the economic resiliency of a state that's home to almost 1 in 12 U.S. workers.

Announcing the Grand Opening of PickUp USA Basketball Gym in South Houston

HOUSTON: PickUp USA Fitness , a unique basketball-oriented gym, is celebrating its Houston Grand Opening on June 9, 2018 starting at 10:00am. This new basketball gym is located at 11275 S. Sam Houston Pkwy W., Ste.

As new hurricane season starts, cities still waiting on 2017 aid

Houses and vehicles at the Highland Glen subdivision stand in floodwaters due to Hurricane Harvey in Spring, Texas, on Aug. 28, 2017. : Bloomberg photo by Luke Sharrett.

Quick Quack Car Wash Celebrates Acquisition and Grand Re-Opening of...

Award-winning Car Wash Chain to Hold Special Fundraiser on June 4 and Free Washes from June 6 through June 15 We are thrilled to expand Quick Quack into Katy and not only better serve our customers, but to also make a real difference in the lives of our team members and our communities." KATY, TX, USA, May 31, 2018 / EINPresswire.com / -- Quick Quack Car Wash, a growing chain of regional car washes, is giving away their best "Lucky Duck" car wash package to every customer for ten days to celebrate the opening of a new location serving Katy and the surrounding area.

Police: "Wee Willie Dangles" nude suspect is ID-ed as

Lt. Scott Spencer of the Montgomery County SheriffA's Office told the Villager Wednesday morning. May 30, that Steven Dale Brazeal was arrested in Oklahoma for failure to register as a sex offender on May 23, but was released out on bond.

In wake of Santa Fe, clergy, police push for civility on final week of school

The Rev. F.N. Williams II speaks during a press event to highlight the work of Project Safe Start, which seeks to prevent violence on the last week of school across Houston, on Tuesday, May 29, 2018, in Houston.

Bee's sting felt in restless days, sleepless nights

There's little downtime for the dozen or so spellers who make it to the primetime finals of the Scripps National Spelling Bee. Once they get through the morning finals, which can last 4 hours or more, the remaining spellers are swarmed by relatives, reporters -- and Scripps representatives who hand them a color-coded schedule that maps out nearly every minute between their two sessions on stage.

Restless days and sleepless nights: Spelling bee takes toll

In this June 1, 2017 file photo, Erin Howard, 12, of Huntsville, Ala., "types" out her word in the air while competing in 90th Scripps National Spelling Bee in Oxon Hill, Md. This year's super-sized bee, starting Tuesday, May 29, 2018 has three full days of spelling because Scripps allowed wild cards into the field for the first time.

2nd person dies after two-vehicle wreck on US 59 near Corrigan on May 4

A second person died as a result of a two-vehicle wreck that occurred on U.S. Highway 59 about two miles north of Corrigan on May 4. Sgt. David Hendry with the Texas Department of Public Safety said Friday that Larece Perry, 44, of Cold Spring died at ETMC Tyler on May 19. Jeremy Jones, 36, of Houston, died at the scene of the wreck.

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