Officials from the City of Houston, Harris County, and the nonprofit Coalition for the Homeless on Wednesday announced a $100 million initiative to house 7,000 more people experiencing homelessness and to make critical enhancements that will bring the region closer to ending homelessness.
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Harris County Precinct 3 Commissioner Tom Ramsey announces completion of the Flashing School Zone Sign Program for Low-to-Moderate Income (LMI) and Social Vulnerability Index (SVI) areas.
Anyone interested in obtaining their bachelor or graduate degrees are invited to attend Lone Star College-Kingwood’s Transfer Fair.
Black History Month is a time to learn, celebrate, and highlight achievements and events that are rooted in the African American culture.
Harris County Precinct 4 has released the August calendar of events for the senior adult program, Fun4Seniors.
When it comes to knowing your flood risk, your watershed may matter more than you think. All the rain that falls in your watershed heads to a common waterway through a system of bayous, tributaries, and streams.
Harris County Flood Control District (HCFCD) recently announced it will receive $25.6 million in federal funding to begin buyouts of homes identified to have a significant flood risk.
Ever spot a bobcat at Jones Park? With its tufted ears and stubby tails, bobcats have an exotic appearance that make them a welcome site in many parks and natural areas. Although common throughout Texas, these reclusive creatures tend to stay hidden during the day, preferring to venture out at night to hunt rodents and other small creatures.
Children ages 10 to 13 are invited to learn what it takes to become a park ranger this summer during Jr. Ranger Camp Monday, July 16 through Friday, July 20 at Kickerillo-Mischer Preserve.
It was a labor of love for a group of volunteers at Mercer Botanic Gardens. Volunteers spent the morning harvesting hundreds of pounds of winter greens to donate to the Houston Food Bank.
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