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Standing against Terrorism/Commemoration for the Victims of terrorist attack in Dhaka, Bangladesh

Message from American –Bangladeshi Community in Houston   Dear Community/Faith Leaders and Members/Civic Leaders, City and State Officials,   We, as

BARC Animal Shelter and Adoptions: Pet Safety Tips for July 4th

Five Important Tips to Keep Pets Safe During Holiday Festivities HOUSTON, TX – The 4th of July is a holiday of

Take METRO to Hermann Park During July 4th Holiday

H.P.A.R.D. Advises Visitors To Ride METRO and Avoid Traffic Problems Park officials expect Hermann Park to be a popular spot during the July

FOR THE BENEFIT OF IACCGH MEMBERS AND SUPPORTERS. Please contact the organization directly for additional details.

Dear Members,   It has recently come to our attention that Millions of Americans are driving in “ticking time bombs” that put them

“The Astrodome: Eighth Wonder of the World” A Documentary Screening at the Houston Public Library

The Houston Public Library’s (HPL) Astrodome Memories Project is hosting a screening of “The Astrodome:  Eighth Wonder of the World” on Thursday,

Mayor Turner Issues Statement about SCOTUS Immigration Ruling

 

“Today’s decision from the U.S. Supreme Court was not a decision at all.  A favorable ruling would have removed the

City Council Approves Targeted Tax Cuts for Homeowners

 

Sugar Land, TX – Sugar Land City Council took the first step to approve targeted tax cuts for homeowners on

City/Reliant Partner to help Houstonians Beat the Heat this Summer

 

What: Vice Mayor Pro Tem Jerry Davis, City of Houston Elizabeth Killinger, President, Reliant and NRG Retail State Representative Jarvis

This Father’s Day, Simple Steps to Stronger Families

AUSTIN, TX – More than 90,000 fathers will be living in a Texas prison on Father’s Day this year.[i]  Some of

Sugar Land Reopens Parks After Historic Brazos River Flooding

 

Sugar Land, TX – Sugar Land Memorial Park and Pawm Springs Dog Park reopened today after temporary closures caused by