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The Links of Pearland Celebrate Five Years of Service and Friendship

For 5-year-anniversaries the traditional gift is usually something made of wood or silver. Wood symbolizes strength and durability while silver symbolizes a close knit bond. Strength, durability and a close bond are excellent ways to describe the Greater Pearland Area ...

Robin Givens Bares Her Soul and Finds Her Purpose

Actress Robin Givens has played many roles in her life; retiring wallflower not being among them. She burst onto the scene as the beautiful and brainy Darlene on Head of the Class, a sitcom that aired on ABC from 1986 ...

Countdown to Energy Day Houston with at-home summer STEM activities

This summer students can beat the heat with at-home STEM activities from the Consumer Energy Education Foundation, the nonprofit that co-hosts Houston’s Energy Day Festival each year. Dedicated to promoting K-12 STEM education and placing students on the fast track ...

GirlTrek’s 3rd Annual Radical Self-Care Retreat for Black Women is Set for Labor Day Weekend in the Rockies

It’s that time of year again -- the time where Black women from around the country make their annual pilgrimage to the Rocky Mountains for a weekend unlike anything they’ve experienced before with GirlTrek’s #StressProtest.

Old ice and snow yields tracer of preindustrial ozone

Using rare oxygen molecules trapped in air bubbles in old ice and snow, U.S. and French scientists have answered a long-standing question: How much have "bad" ozone levels increased since the start of the Industrial Revolution?

USACE Galveston District Executes Additional Dredging in the San Jacinto River

Houston City Council Member Dave Martin would like to announce the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Galveston District staff have executed a modification to the West Fork San Jacinto River Emergency Debris Removal Contract effective June 7, 2019.

Texans Coach Answers Questions About General Manager Firing

Texans head coach Bill O' Brien walked to the podium and looked out into a packed media work room full of reporters waiting to ask him the million-dollar question every Texans fan wanted to know.

Brian Gaine Out As Texans GM

Friday's are usually slow days for the media as no one really expects anything to break going into the weekend news cycle. I guess no one mentioned that to the Texans franchise. Houston fired their General Manager Brian Gaine after ...

Wrapping Up

The Houston Texans wrapped up their final OTA’s practice at the Houston Methodist Training Center. Now the free agents who were invited to participate in the all voluntary drills will wait to hear back from the Texans for the chance ...

Stay Safe This Summer

The onset of summer means that our children are idle. All of that added free time presents lots of opportunities to get in trouble and be careless, as children get involved in activities to occupy their mind. Swimming, biking, and ...

HISD’s DeBakey High School repeats number one ranking in CHILDREN AT RISK analysis

For the 11th consecutive year, DeBakey High School for Health Professions topped the 2019 CHILDREN AT RISK list of best public schools in the Houston area. HISD’s Eastwood Academy ranked third in the Houston area, Carnegie Vanguard came in fourth, ...

Main Squeeze Juice Co. Opens New Location in The Woodlands

Main Squeeze Juice Company, a newcomer to the more than $5 billion juice market, is opening its fourth location in the Houston metro area on May 24.

Kids' Meals Kicks Off 'Hunger Free Summer' Campaign to Deliver 400,000 Meals to Local Children

On June 1, Kids’ Meals kicks off its annual Hunger Free Summer initiative to provide hundreds of thousands of nutritious meals to children in underserved communities.

Competitive Edge

“They line up in a bunch formation and they all have the same moves coming off the line,” says Texans defensive back Jonathan Joseph as he discusses a certain team the Texans will face this upcoming season with his positions ...

HCC Helping Minority Businesses Prepare for Hurricane Season

Part of a $500,000 Disaster Recovery and Resiliency grant the Houston Community College received last year will be used to help local minority-owned businesses still recovering from Hurricane Harvey, and help others prepare for the 2019 hurricane season, college officials ...

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