Deer Park woman achieves dream with return of Which WichThe Which Wich is back, thanks to a Deer Park woman. More than four months after closing, Pasadena's Which Wich Superior Sandwiches at Fairway Plaza has reopened under new ownership. Shannon McCain, was excited about Which Wich food long before she became one of the restaurant's new owners.
Astros fan, 81, roots in her jammies with 1 glass of wineJoyce Hood, 81, remembers when people dressed up for baseball games. "It was a special event," she said. This Astros post-season run has provided the Deer Park resident and Astros loyalist weeks' worth of "special events." "This is good, this is real good," she said. Hood lives in Providence, a Deer Park senior living apartment complex.
The last time Doris Davis saw the inside of her home she was wading in about 4 feet of water. The 81-year old Houston resident had spent two days after Harvey alone with her three dogs in her single-story home off Tidwell Road in northeast Houston - feeling helpless and a little in shock - before being rescued by a neighbor. The interior of the house had been gutted, and Davis lost most of her personal belongings. "You could stand on the outside and look straight through," she said.
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Selecting a term
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