Jun 15

LIVE: Feeling the heat? Mayor announces return of Houston’s ‘Beat the Heat’ cooling centers!

6400 High Star

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6719 W. Montgomery Rd.

6402 Market St.

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3810 West Fuqua

4802 Lockwood

3611 Ennis

7700 Westpark Drive Houston, TX 77063

    LIVE: Feeling the heat? Mayor announces return of Houston's 'Beat the Heat' cooling centers!
    WHAT AM I WATCHING? Houston City Council members and local health officials are holding a press conference Friday morning to discuss the opening of Reliant Energy's 'Beat the Heat' cooling centers. HOUSTON - The brutal Texas heat is back- and so are Houston's 'Beat the Heat' cooling centers!
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Jun 08

The Housing Department will be hosting anothe...

The Housing Department will be hosting another community meeting in District J to discuss the action plan related to the $1 billion in housing recovery funds allocated to the City of Houston for Hurricane Harvey. Please attend the meeting to provide your feedback and learn more about the plan. WHERE: Baker-Ripley Gulfton Campus, 6500 Rookin Street, 77074 ROOM: Chase Opportunity Center C113/C127 WHEN: 6/28/18, 6-8pm This event will be a chance for residents to receive information about short-term recovery programs, learn about the process for long-term recovery, and give input about what types of housing recovery activities they want to see in their communities. If you are unable to attend the meeting please provide your feedback via this online survey, https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/houstonharveyrecovery

    Council Member Mike Laster, District J
    The Housing Department will be hosting another community meeting in District J to discuss the action plan related to the $1 billion in housing recovery funds allocated to the City of Houston for...
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Jun 07

TONIGHT the Housing Department will be hostin...

TONIGHT the Housing Department will be hosting a community meeting in District J to discuss the $1 billion in housing recovery funds allocated to the City of Houston for Hurricane Harvey: WHERE: Southwest Multi-Service Center (6400 High Star Dr.) WHEN: Tonight, 6-8pm This event will be a chance for residents to receive information about short-term recovery programs, learn about the process for long-term recovery, and give input about what types of housing recovery activities they want to see in their communities.

    Housing and Community Development Department
    With more than $1 billion in housing recovery allocated to Houston, the City is seeking community input on priorities for long-term recovery efforts from the devastation of Hurricane Harvey. HCDD is partnering with community groups on a series of upcoming meetings.
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Jun 01

Your Complete Guide to Houston Pride 2018

5 p.m., Baker Ripley Gulfton Southwest Campus, 6500 Rookin St. Room C127

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10 p.m., Neon Boots Dancehall & Saloon, 11410 Hempstead Rd.

10 a.m., Wicklow Heights, 1027 West 19th St.

6–11 p.m., Numbers Nightclub, 300 Westheimer Rd.  

8 p.m., Guava Lamp, 570 Waugh Dr.

6 p.m., Hamburger Mary’s, 2409 Grant St.

6 p.m., Jumper Maybach Fine Art, 238 W. 19th St.

Join the Lambda Ladies at Montrose Grace Place to help organize Paula’s closet, which allows homeless LGBTQ youth to shop for clothing, toiletries, and snacks. 9:30 a.m., Montrose Grace Place, 2515 Waugh Dr.

11 a.m., University of Houston Graduate College of Social Work, 3511 Cullen Blvd.

5 p.m., Hardy & Nance Studios, 902 Hardy St.

6 p.m., Houston Food Bank, 536 Portwall St.

7 p.m., Audi Central Houston, 2120 Southwest Fwy.

9 p.m., Eagle Houston, 611 Hyde Park

7 p.m., Discovery Green, 1500 McKinney St.

7:30 p.m., Dynamo Stadium, 2200 Texas St.

9 p.m., Pearl Bar, 4216 Washington Ave.

6 p.m., Congregation Beth Yeshurun, 4525 Beechnut St.  

Noon, Hermann Square, 901 Bagby St.

4 p.m., Aloft Houston Downtown, 820 Fannin

Noon, The Montrose Center, 401 Branard St.

6 p.m., Resurrection Metropolitan Community Church, 2025 W. 11th St.

    Your Complete Guide to Houston Pride 2018
    Compiled by Marene Gustin, John Wright and Lourdes Zavaleta April showers bring May flowers, and June brings beautiful rainbows! That's right, it's time again for Pride Month, and that means tons of summer fun. Below is a list of Pride-related events in and around Houston.
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May 30

City, county seek public input on long-term Harvey spending

* Online AARP town hall meetings on June 6 (English) and June 7 (Spanish) from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. and at the Southwest Multi-Service Center, 6400 High Star, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

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* Saturday June 2 at Greater St. Matthew Baptist Church, 7701 Jutland, from 2:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.;

* June 2 at the Northeast Multi-Service Center, 9720 Spaulding, from noon to 2 p.m.;

* May 31 at the Northeast Community Center in James Driver Park, 10918 Bentley, Houston, from 4:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.;

* June 12 at the El Franco Lee Community Center, 9500 Hall Road, Houston, from 4:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.;

    City, county seek public input on long-term Harvey spending
    Updated 2:44 pm, Wednesday, May 30, 2018 Houston and Harris County officials are holding a series of public meetings to get input on how they should spend about $1 billion that each received for long-term Hurricane Harvey recovery services. The city had held four meetings as of May 29 and had five more scheduled through June 7.
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May 18

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UPDATE: Multiple fatalities have been reported at Santa Fe High School in Texas. https://bit.ly/2IsFaZ5 Get instant Houston breaking news alerts sent directly to your phone by texting CHRON to 77453. #Houston

    FOX 26 Houston
    BREAKING: An active shooter is at Santa Fe High School. The district has initiated a lockdown. bit.ly/2LbOhvd
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May 17

The Mayor’s Citizens’ Assistance Office, Depa...

The Mayor’s Citizens’ Assistance Office, Department of Neighborhoods & the Police and Clergy Team (P.A.C.T.) invite the public to the 10th Annual #PoliceWeek Prayer Luncheon Fri, 5/18, 12p - 2p, S.W. MSC, 6400 High Star Dr. Honoring HPD Chief Art Acevedo & HFD Chief Samuel Peña. RSVP to Veronica Hernandez at veronica.hernandez@houstontx.gov or at 832-395-9914

    City of Houston Department of Neighborhoods (DON)
    The Mayor's Citizens' Assistance Office, Department of Neighborhoods & the Police and Clergy Team (P.A.C.T.) invite the public to the 10th Annual #PoliceWeek Prayer Luncheon Fri, 5/18, 12p - 2p,...
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May 15

City of Houston Department of Neighborhoods (...

The Department of Neighborhoods invites the pubic to join the Gulfton Citizen's Advisory Council on Saturday, May 19, 2018, at the 26th Annual Gulfton Parade & Festival at Burnett Bayland Park located at 6000 Chimney Rock. The parade will begin at Benavidez Elementary School, 6262 Gulfton, at 11:00am and travel to Burnett Bayland Park. The festival starts at 11:30am and will end at 2:00pm.

    Gulfton Super Neighborhood Council
    Gulfton Super Neighborhood Council added a new photo.
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May 13

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    'This is the year:' Rockets believe time to dethrone Warriors is now
    Updated 1:43 pm, Sunday, May 13, 2018 As James Harden looked ahead to the game and series that had he been so inclined he could have anticipated for at least the past six months, he was sure of two things.
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May 11

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    BPD: Package detonated before police arrived at Beaumont church
    Beaumont police and federal officials are investigating an explosion that damaged St. Stephen's Episcopal Church when a package detonated late Wednesday night or early Thursday morning - the second time in one month that an explosive device has been found in Beaumont.
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May 10

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May 04

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    For hunters, South Texas colors a feast for the senses
    In the right light and aspect, dung beetles are strikingly colorful and, yes, beautiful creatures. At least the pair busy at their kind's Sisyphean task of shoving an impressive ball of their namesake up a sandy incline struck me as such.
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May 02

Saturday, May 19, the Gulfton Citizen’s Advis...

Saturday, May 19, the Gulfton Citizen’s Advisory Council will host its 26th Annual Gulfton Parade & Festival at Burnett Bayland Park located at 6000 Chimney Rock. The parade will begin at Benavidez Elementary School, 6262 Gulfton, at 11:00am and travel to Burnett Bayland Park.

    Houston Arts Alliance
    Saturday, May 19, the Gulfton Citizen's Advisory Council will host its 26th Annual Gulfton Parade & Festival at Burnett Bayland Park located at 6000 Chimney Rock. The parade will begin at Benavidez...
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Apr 25

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    Revamped ShareLunker program a big success
    Most of the million-plus Texas anglers who primarily target largemouth bass, the nation's most popular sport fish, will brag that their state is home to the most abundant, diverse and high-quality bass fisheries in the country. Early results from the 2018 ShareLunker program give those anglers and the Texas fisheries managers who oversee those fisheries ammunition to support that claim.
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