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Security officers and janitors demand answers to dozens of ongoing wage theft complaints filed against employers holding lucrative city contracts

Six months have passed since more than 35 workers filed wage theft complaints with Houston’s Inspector General Office alleging years of underpayment by

Gov. Abbott appoints Draksharam to State Commission on Judicial Conduct

AUSTIN, October 4, 2017 – Governor Greg Abbott has appointed Sujeeth Draksharam and Darrick McGill to the State Commission on Judicial Conduct for

Century Fine Arts hosts Open House

 

by Susan Pothanikat SUGAR LAND – On Saturday, October 7th, Century Fine Arts, located at 3527 Hwy 6 S. Suite #220, Sugar

Sini Mathews, mother of missing Richardson girl is ‘distraught’

An attorney representing the mother of a missing 3-year-old girl in Richardson said Wednesday that the woman is “distraught” over the

Longtime local jewelers bid Adieu

by Shobana Muratee HOUSTON – India Jewelers – located in the Mahatma Gandhi District on Hillcroft – has a long history of 27

Shayonano USA Inc. Opens in Stafford, Texas

ShayoNano USA, Inc., a subsidiary of ShayoNano PTE, Ltd. Singapore, inaugurates its first US production facility in Stafford, Texas

STAFFORD – A ribbon

Fort Bend ISD Board of Trustees to host Listening and Literacy Tours

Community members and parents invited to share feedback, participate in roundtable discussions

FORT BEND ISD (September 26, 2017) – The Fort

Missouri City’s Community Night Out set for Oct. 7 & 8

FORT BEND – As the area recovers and rebuilds from Hurricane Harvey, Missouri City is finalizing plans to celebrate the unity of its

Fort Bend ISD approves $.02 tax rate reduction

RICHMOND, September 27, 2017 – The Fort Bend ISD Board of Trustees adopted a reduced tax rate of $1.32 during its

To rebuild after Harvey, Mayor Turner calls on state and federal gov’t

by Brandon Formby HOUSTON, Tuesday, 9/26/2017 – Mayor Sylvester Turner said that a lack of immediate state funding for Hurricane Harvey