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“Lift Off Houston!” 2015 Business Plan Competition Winners Announced

Three Grand Prize Winners Received $10,000 Awards HOUSTON-(December 18, 2015)–Three Houston-based start-ups emerged as the Grand Prize winners in the City of Houston’s

Fort Bend ISD actively soliciting small business participation for Construction and Renovation Services Projects, Kick-off Meeting Planned for January 19

Don’t miss this opportunity to be a part of the FBISD team! FORT BEND ISD – The Fort Bend ISD Board of Trustees

Gift of Produce Provides 2.8 MILLION POUNDS of Produce to Houston Food Bank


HOUSTON … During this festive holiday season filled with celebrations, gifts and food, the season is less than joyful for those in

Spay & Neuter SNAP Clinic

Fort Bend County Health & Human Services is hosting the Spay & Neuter SNAP Clinic on: Tuesday, December 15, 2015 Rosenberg Annex 4520

Holiday and Bulky Waste Collection

Sugar Land, TX – Residents will have several opportunities to dispose of solid waste immediately after Christmas and New Year’s Day – holidays

FBISD to host CTED – Career and Technical Education Discussion, Dec. 2

Come and here the secrets of success from Gary Remy, chief executive officer of Bizopia

FORT BEND ISD – Fort Bend ISD’s Career

Fort Bend ISD joins the Houston Museum of Natural Science-Sugar Land and JASON Learning in hosting a STEM Open House, Dec. 10

Space is limited to first 500 attendees for this “first come, first served” event – No reservations required



Asia Society Texas Center Getting Back to Nature for the Holidays

FREE Admission throughout December

(Houston, TX) — The “Art of Giving,” The Asia Society Texas Center’s holiday tradition of “FREE”

HFD Offers Safety Tips for Turkey Fryers

The Houston Fire Department wants everyone to have a safe and Happy Thanksgiving. HFD recommends the following safety tips if you will be

Houston’s Largest History Book Fair & Symposium at the Houston Public Library

Saturday, November 14, 2015 – 10 AM – 4 PM What: The Houston Public Library’s Houston Metropolitan Research Center (HMRC) and