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Animals rights groups scent blood as fashion labels go fur-free

by Anne-Laure Mondesert / Fiachra Gibbons PARIS, France | AFP | Saturday 3/30/2018 Is this the beginning of the end for fur? With

Spring tips to start an exercise routine

Spring is an ideal time to get active outdoors and kickstart a fitness regimen that can carry you into beach and

Sudden loss of wealth in mid-life may boost death risk

TAMPA, United States | AFP | 4/3/2018 – People who suffer a sudden, major financial loss in mid-life may face a 50 percent

A look at stroke in younger patients seminar

SUGAR LAND – (April 3, 2018) — Stroke is often considered a condition that almost exclusively strikes older people. Although people over 50

How to find an affordable home in today’s market

Affordable housing is in high demand in cities and counties nationwide. Experts say that areas grappling with affordable housing issues may find factory-built

“A DEFINING MOMENT FOR HOUSTON:”

Mayor praises Council adoption of flood prevention reforms as major first step toward strengthening city HOUSTON – Mayor Sylvester Turner said the City

Prekindergarten registration for 2018-19 school year opens on April 9

After submitting online application, parents will complete process at zoned prekindergarten campus

 

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Mayor Proclaims April as “Houston Diversity Month”

 

HOUSTON – Mayor Sylvester Turner today officially proclaimed April 2018 as “Houston Diversity Month,” kicking off the city’s inaugural celebration of

Mayor Invites Public to the Houston National College Fair

 

HOUSTON – Mayor Turner, the City of Houston Department of Neighborhoods and the Mayor’s Office of Education invite students, parents and