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Community: HCSO: Sheriff’s Response To Tragedy In Orlando.

Dear Nixle User,

“As Sheriff of Harris County, I wish to extend my deepest condolences to the family and friends of those victims

Police Searching for Suspect Who Stole Woman’s Wallet

Surveillance video posted at www.sugarlandtx.gov/pd_160504

Sugar Land, TX – Sugar Land police are looking for a woman seen on surveillance video using

Flood Victims Informed at Town Hall Meeting

 

The City of Richmond had a good turnout for a town hall meeting today.  The meeting was called to pass

Construction Begins for Smart Financial Centre Public Plaza

 

Sugar Land, TX – Sugar Land recently began construction of a 2.88-acre public plaza next to the Smart Financial Centre at Sugar

City to Partner With Juneteenth Celebration Foundation For Cultural Festivities In Honor of 15th Anniversary

 

 

From June 9 – 18, the Missouri City Juneteenth Celebration Foundation (MCJCF) will celebrate the 15th annual event with a week

City Continues to Monitor Local Waterways & Safeguard Roadways; Municipal Solid Waste Customers Will Receive Scheduled Pickups

 

 

UPDATE: Currently, the Brazos River water level is at 54.51 feet. Meteorologists predict “a slow moving storm system [is bringing] rounds

City of Richmond: Friday Morning Update

Post Date: 06/03/2016 3:00 AM

Good Morning Richmond,

If a picture paints a thousand words, so does the graph I am attaching to

Houston Public Library to Hold Kick Off Events for the Summer Reading Program “Aim for the Stars”

Former Texans Player Wade Smith Presenting His New Book What: Children and teens are invited to this year’s Summer Reading Program (SRP) “Aim

Gov. Abbott Declares State of Disaster for Fort Bend County; NWS Issues Flash Flood Watch Through Friday

 

 

UPDATE: The National Weather Service has issued a Flash Flood Watch through Friday, June 3 at 7 p.m. Governor Greg Abbott

City of Richmond: Mid-Afternoon Update

Mid-Afternoon Update We just had a 3:00 briefing and the rain is coming. The River is remaining steady at the current level of