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What to do if you missed the tax return filing deadline

by Wendy Connick Not filing a tax return has some potentially dire consequences. For one thing, it’s technically considered tax fraud

City to Host Job Fair & Career Development Forum on June 7


In line with City Council and City Management initiatives to foster community business development and economic growth, the “Show Me

Mayor Turner announces Complete Communities Initiative

Today, Mayor Sylvester Turner announced the launch of the much-anticipated Complete Communities Initiative. Complete Communities is a pilot program designed to

Congressman Al Green’s Statement on the United Airlines Debacle

Rep. Green: “This is bad policy for the customer, the employees, and United Airlines. All people should be protected from this type of

10th Annual Family Day @ Sylvester Turner Park


HOUSTON – Mayor Sylvester Turner’s 10th Annual Family Day at Sylvester Park will take place from 2:00 to 6:00 p.m. this Saturday, April

Mayor Turner to Recognize Historically Significant Day for Sikhs


HOUSTON – Mayor Sylvester Turner will be proclaiming Vaisakhi Day in the city of Houston at 10 a.m., Thursday, April 13

Summer Jobs Available for Houston Youth

By Mayor Sylvester Turner

It’s time to kick off the second year of our Hire Houston Youth program.  We are proud

Crowded Shelter Prompts Special Adoption Fees


Sugar Land, TX – The Sugar Land Animal Shelter is offering a special adoption rate for dogs of $55 through

MEDIA ALERT: HPD Chief to Meet with Members of Houston’s Diverse Communities

Beginning at 6 p.m. TODAY (March 22), Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo will offer remarks at a “Community Meet and Greet” attended by

Mayor Turner Announces Plan to Keep Spring Break Traffic Flowing

Mayor Sylvester Turner renewed his partnership with the Texas Medical Center, Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo™, Houston Museum District, Hermann Park / Houston