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By Jake Magee |
By Jake Magee
Schools nationwide will be able to serve nutritious meals to all students free of charge regardless of eligibility through June 30, 2022, officials announced.
The city of Houston is asking for $500,000 in grant funding to help pay for updates to its parks master plan.
Across the city of Houston, local officials and advocates shared messages of solidarity and urged for more reforms in the wake of the announcement.
The mayor said he would make an announcement "next week."
After the most active hurricane season on record in 2020, Harris County officials said residents should be prepared for the upcoming season starting June 1.
A GoFundMe has been set up for Janice Rains-Moran, a homeless advocate who was beaten by a homeless woman on April 16.
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As demand for vaccines has fallen, officials are looking for ways to make them more accessible.
Vaccinations at any of Kelsey-Seybold Clinic's 26 Greater Houston-area locations are available Monday through Friday from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. by appointment only at no cost to the individual or family.
Here is a roundup of business news for Clear Lake and League City.
Costco Business Center being built in Stafford; see live music in The Woodlands and more top Houston-area news
Read the top business and community news from the Houston area from the past week.
The program, which began this week in San Marcos, gives Amazon and Whole Foods employees and contractors direct access to COVID-19 vaccinations.