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Target unveils Mickey Mouse beauty collaboration

Mickey Mouse beauty routines are now a reality, thanks to a collaboration between Disney and Target. The entertainment giant

FBISD schools named 2017-18 Texas Honor Roll School by Educational Results Partnership, Institute for Productivity in Education

FORT BEND ISD (May 30, 2018) – Several Fort Bend ISD schools have been

Free fruits & vegetables from Houston Food Bank

Food Fair

THIRD SATURDAY MORNING of each month.

Free fruits

MAYOR: WITH EYE ON CASH RESERVES, CITY WILL CHALLENGE U.S. ESTIMATE OF CITY POPULATION

 

 

 

HOUSTON – The U.S. Census Bureau’s latest population estimate for Houston is lower than anticipated and could force city government

Lupe Valdez, Sri Preston Kulkarni win primary bids

Valdez beat Andrew White by almost 15 percentage points, while Kulkarni beat his opponent Letitia Plummer by a 2/3 majority.

by Sarah Ruiz-Grossman

Pratham raises $2.8 million to combat child illiteracy in India

by Shobana Muratee HOUSTON – In yet another record-breaking fundraiser, Pratham Houston’s Chapter announced $2.8 million in pledges from its supporters at its

Mayor Turner’s Statement on Santa Fe High School Shooting

 

May 18, 2018 — The tragedy at Santa Fe High School is a painful reminder that our children are vulnerable in

Celebration of Indo-American Heritage Day at Jungman Library, May 12

by Nish Bhan On May 12, 2018 members of the Indo-American community gathered at the Jungman Neighborhood Library to celebrate their culture. The

Sugar Land selects Volunteer of the Year

SUGAR LAND – The city of Sugar Land recently named Annette Shinsky-Hollis as the 2017 Volunteer of the Year. Shinsky-Hollis, who serves as

Catch the Wave . . . Golf “fore” Student Success! Back to School Scramble benefiting the Fort Bend Education Foundation

Catch the Wave . . . Golf “fore” Student Success! Back to School Scramble benefiting the Fort Bend Education Foundation Plan now to