By Christina Autry Active shooters. Domestic disturbances. Robberies in progress. DWI’s. Are the new Explorer trainees up for the challenge of dealing professionally with these (admittedly staged) scenarios? Speaking with Sergeant Terry Garza, Deputy David Hernandez and Brian Burks of the East Aldine District, we discussed the Harris County Sheriff’s Office Explorer Program which trains [...]
This is Part 4 of a series covering the History of East Aldine. Read part one "Early Days, and How Did Aldine Come to Get Its Name?" or part two "Jayhawks’ Roost and The Great Storm" or part three "Growing Pains: From Cougars to Moonshiners to Civilization". Aldine History By EAMD Staff The Aldine Depot Now [...]
The Houston area in general and the Aldine area in particular are chock-a-block with great Tex-Mex places and it’s easy to forget trying out ones that are new to you, if not new to the world. These establishments remain treasured by those who have known them for a long time but secrets to the rest [...]
HCFCD Units P118-26-00, P518-26-01 and P518-26-02 – Bond Project C-01 The Harris County Flood Control District will hold a Community Engagement Meeting for the Halls Bayou Tributary P118-26-00 and Related Stormwater Detention project. The purpose of this meeting is to inform residents about the status of the project and share project information. The purpose of [...]
WHAT: The Houston Contractors Association (HCA) and the office of Commissioner Adrian Garcia, Harris County Commissioner Precinct 2, are proud to co-host an information session and a job fair to engage and educate anyone interested learning about job opportunities in the civil construction sector. All applicants must be 18 years of age or older, have [...]
Join us for an informative and empowering cyber safety seminar for parents and students.
Sunday, July 14 and Sunday July 21 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.