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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

Southwestern National Bank’s 18th Anniversary

On our 18th anniversary, Southwestern National Bank wishes to thank our devoted customers for their valuable trust in us over the years. To

HCC expands presence in Texas Medical Center with groundbreaking for Coleman Educational Healthcare Facility


HOUSTON [October 27, 2015] – The only community college in the heart of the Texas Medical Center is about to make an

Houston Public Library to Host a Family Learning Celebration Day

A National Center for Families Learning (NCFL) and Toyota Family Learning Program

The Houston Public Library (HPL) will host a Family Learning Celebration

Sugar Land Opens First Universally Accessible Playground


Sugar Land, TX – The City of Sugar Land recently opened its first universally accessible playground at First Colony Athletic Park.


SLPD to Target Highway Safety during Halloween

Sugar Land, TX – Sugar Land police will target drunk driving and speed compliance during the upcoming Halloween holidays from Oct. 23 through

Fort Bend County Social Services Takes Action to Get Man on His Feet Again

A Fort Bend County area gentleman is finding his way towards a more stable life due in part to the assistance of the

First annual Global Health Hackathon encourages collaboration and innovation

What do a guitar string and a raw chicken leg have in common? They’re the ticket to the first-place prize for innovative solutions

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas helps start Urban Garden in alliance with Texas Women’s Empowerment Foundation    


by Jacob David

HOUSTON, TX: Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas (BCBSTX) has generously made available $60,000 in grant money to