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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

Doug Brinkley Named Assistant City Manager

 

Sugar Land, TX – City Manager Allen Bogard today announced the promotion of Police Chief Doug Brinkley to the position of assistant

City to Host Second Public Input Meeting on Future Skatepark; May 24; 6 p.m., Recreation & Tennis Center

 

 

Residents are invited to attend the second Missouri City Public Input Meeting on the future Skatepark from 6 p.m.

Noted physicist, ECG Sudarshan dies at 86

A brilliant physicist and a scintillating man is how N. Mukunda, 79, a retired professor from Indian Institute of Sciences (IISc), remembers his

Citizens Invited to Join HPD Officers, Clergy for Day of Prayer

At 10 a.m. TOMORROW (Friday, May 18), Houston Police Department officers will join religious leaders for a special “Day of Prayer” service at the Houston Police Officers’

Rice University and UT Austin at Jain Society of Houston

by Parag Shah, Houston HOUSTON – On a beautiful and very pleasant sunny morning on Sunday April 15, Jain Society of Houston (JSH)

Submit Your Nomination for AARP’s Asian American & Pacific Islander Hero Award Before May 31

 

 

AARP to Honor Individuals Who Serve AAPIs Age 50-plus

 

During Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, AARP is celebrating

SAVE A LIFE: AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION AND HOUSTON METHODIST DEBAKEY HEART & VASCULAR CENTER TO TEACH HOUSTONIANS HOW TO SAVE LIVES

 

 

 

 

 

HOUSTON (May 15, 2018) – The American Heart Association and Houston Methodist DeBakey

USE F.A.S.T. TO REMEMBER SIGNS OF STROKE

 

HOUSTON – When a person suffers a stroke, every minute without treatment increases the likelihood of brain damage and even death.

The

Residents Urged to Stock Up for Hurricane Season This Weekend During the Sales Tax Holiday for Emergency Supplies (April 28 30)

With the potential for severe weather approaching this spring, Texas Comptroller Glenn