Posts From Charlotte Aguilar

Sexist mudslinging, chapter 2: This time it’s surrogate making charges in West U mayor’s race

access_timeApril 24, 2017

By Charlotte Aguilar As early voting begins in West University municipal elections Monday, a controversy involving reportedly sexist remarks by mayoral candidate Sonny Brandtner, aimed

Lamar HS groundbreaking ceremony to celebrate history, future

access_timeMarch 30, 2017

Representatives from all 80 of Lamar High School’s graduating classes, a former Texas governor, a host of officials and students, staff and faculty are scheduled

Hurry to register: Constable’s rape defense course will be offered in West U

access_timeMarch 3, 2017

Slots are expected to be filled quickly for the Precinct 1 Constable’s 12-hour Rape Aggression Defense Course, which will be offered across four nights in

Reaching a crescendo? WUES parents take on principal over lack of music, art education

access_timeJanuary 10, 2017

  Story and photos by Carlos Aguilar Arts are usually the gracious part of student life, balancing the pressures of growing academic demands and high

Love them, hate them, you can’t ignore them: 5 completely compelling West U homes

access_timeDecember 12, 2016

Story and photos by George Boehme In 1910, the former governor of Tennessee, Ben Hooper, formed the West End Realty Company to build “country homes”

He has re-thought it: Mike Lunceford is staying on HISD board, but another trustee is leaving

access_timeNovember 10, 2016

Mike Lunceford, the veteran trustee who represents West University on the Houston ISD Board of Education, said Thursday night he has reconsidered his intention to

New contractor for Bissonnet roadwork aims to get project on track

access_timeNovember 8, 2016

After roadwork on Bissonnet Street between Kirby Drive and Buffalo Speedway was halted for more than a month due to a dispute with the contractor,

West U Garden Club sprouts anew: Organizers look to history for inspiration

access_timeNovember 8, 2016

  Story and photos by Carlos Aguilar “West University was not always a city with large houses.  It was a very middle class city.  And

URGENT: Crews working on ‘major’ West U gas leak

access_timeOctober 28, 2016

West University officials are reporting a “major” gas leak at Community and Villanova streets. You should avoid Community from Villanova to Marquette until further notice.

Mike Tenney’s Friday Night report: Episcopal’s juggernaut rolls over St. John’s

access_timeOctober 15, 2016

By Mike Tenney Episcopal took another step toward an undefeated season Friday night, upending archrival St. John’s 52-10 at Skip Lee Field to highlight another

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