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Team Ind. to expand corporate headquarters in Sugar Land

SUGAR LAND – Team Industrial Services Inc. has announced plans to expand their current corporate headquarters in the city of Sugar Land as

CRY’s 13th Annual Walkathon – A Step forward for Children

SUGAR LAND – On November 20, 2016 CRY (Child Rights & You) hosted its 13th Walkathon at Lost Creek Park in Sugar Land.

Denton Cooley, world famous Cardiac Surgeon, Texas Medical Center, dies at 96

by Nik Nikam, MD. Cardiologist. It is a great loss to the entire medical community, especially, cardiovascular surgery, where Dr. Denton Cooley, pioneered

23-year-old Indian-origin woman wins local election in US

WASHINGTON, PTI – A Muslim-American woman, whose parents are from India and Pakistan, has won a key local election in the US state

STILL IN VOGUE Luxury magazines defy print market gloom

Top glossy titles pull more readers and advertisers as fashion, arts and lifestyle content retains its shiny appeal.

LONDON – With 100-year-old

‘Tis the season for minimalist travel

by Christopher Elliott

It’s that time of year when an already tight space on a plane, train or automobile seems even tighter, thanks

Creative Therapy – Dance with a cause

by Ranjita Biswas Dance, as they say, is the oldest form of self expression. It is also being used today by many practitioners

Online harassment affects half of Americans: study

WASHINGTON, AFP | 11/22/2016 – Almost half of US internet users say they have been a victim of online harassment or abuse ranging

Tips to Land a College Scholarship

If you are college-bound or already enrolled, experts say it’s worth investing the time to investigate scholarship opportunities — even if you think

Autistic teen chef launches first cookbook to fund charity

Autistic teen chef Chase Bailey, whose www.chasenyurface.com cooking show has become an online hit, is launching his first cookbook today with the aim