OWN announced today that the network will expand its popular Friday night unscripted program- ming lineup with “Belle Collective” premiering Friday, January 15 at 10 p.m. ET/PT. The new series from the producers behind the hit “Love & Marriage: Huntsville” centers on the personal and professional lives of five successful, glamourous boss women who are redefining what it means to be a southern belle in Jackson, Mississippi
The Harris County Clerk’s Office (HCCO) will be collecting toys for children and gifts for teens during its first annual Clerks for Christmas Toy Drive, December 1-11, 2020, benefiting the Children’s Assessment Center (CAC). The CAC serves nearly 5,000 young victims of sexual abuse.
During this 2020 holiday season, many are concerned and focused on preparing a festive time for family and friends. However, some will be helping to provide a much-needed service to others by “Giving the Gift of Life” in a season of sharing.
STARZ Original series “Power Book II: Ghost will return on Sunday, December 6 at 8PM ET/ PT on STARZ in the U.S. and Canada, also air- ing day and date on the Starzplay international stream- ing service across Europe, Latin America and Japan.
Harmony School of Innovation - Houston has been named a top Pandemic Proof School in the greater Houston area by the Texas education non-profit Children at Risk. The organization ranked HSI-Houston number three out of 117 middle schools.
Mayor Sylvester Turner and City Council approved $10 million in additional funding for the City’s Small Business Economic Relief Program (SBERP), bringing the total allocation of CARES Act 2020 dollars used to fund the program to $35 million.
Earlier this afternoon, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) announced the company will relocate its global headquarters from San Jose, California to the Houston region and its new Springwoods Village campus. The expansion and headquarters relocation to the Houston area has the potential to add hundreds of jobs in the coming years.
Autonomous shuttle service to connect residents of Tradition to key locations in the community
Mattamy Homes, the largest privately owned homebuilder in North America, and Beep, a Florida-based autonomous Mobility-as-a-Service provider, bring the first autonomous shuttle service in Southeast Florida to Tradition. The service is part of the Tradition Trail, also known as T Trail, a larger mobility network serving the community, and is the first of its kind in South Florida within a planned development.
On Saturday, November 28, 2020, Congressman Al Green released the following statement, highlighting Small Business Saturday:
On November 25th six families in the Houston area will have a reason to be thankful this Thanksgiving holiday; thanks to a group of black business owners that collaborated to create memorable moments to make a difference in the community.