City parks need upkeep. Especially when they get torn up by wild hogs. The feral beasts were the problem at Keith-Wiess Park that led the East Aldine District to one of Jeff Baker’s businesses, Houston Hog Removal. Because the district and the city are non-profit operations, Baker donated his crew’s time and effort to round [...]
Photo by Tatiana Rodriguez We are making the holidays bright for the children of Precinct 2 and you can help! We’ll take kids 12 years old and younger from 12 different community centers to shop for their own $40 gifts. Sponsor a child—or more—by clicking below. Children's Holiday Shopping Spree
SBA is Thankful for America's Small Businesses! If you are thinking about starting or growing your small business, tap into SBA resources. Support Your Local Small Business Saturday, November 28th Celebrated each year on the Saturday after Thanksgiving, Small Business Saturday allows consumers to make an impact in their neighborhoods by supporting local small businesses. Last year, an estimated 110 million U.S. consumers shopped small [...]
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The Houston Police Department recommends this safety video for people who lawfully carry guns in their personal vehicles:
City Council this week approved a $2.2 million relief program to assist local restaurants and provide meals to Houstonians impacted by COVID-19. Mayor Sylvester Turner’s Health Equity Response (H.E.R.) Task Force will partner on the relief program with Lemond Kitchen, a local catering company. Lemond Kitchen will lead 15 local restaurants and catering companies in [...]
2020 State of the County Lina Hidalgo | Harris County Judge Tomorrow, I’ll be joining the Greater Houston Partnership to deliver my annual update on the State of Harris County. There is no question it has been a tough year. Still, even with the challenges we have faced, we are moving forward to make sure we are ready [...]
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