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Precinct One Opens Cooling Centers for Water and Food Distribution

As the summer heat intensifies, Harris County Precinct One has taken proactive measures to support our community by opening several cooling centers and distribution sites. These centers offer vital resources, including water and food distribution, ensuring the well-being of all …

Signature Sipz Winery Introduces Exclusive Zodiac Collection

Signature Sipz, an award-winning, unconventional, Woman-owned Winery in Texas that specializes in custom crafting, is giving a chic makeover to one of its most beloved collections, Zillionaire Zodiac Sipz!

Harris Health Reopens Outpatient and Clinic Facilities Following Hurricane Beryl

Harris Health System has announced the reopening of several outpatient and clinic facilities starting Tuesday, July 16, 2024.

TDLR Urges Reporting of Suspected Fuel Contamination Post-Hurricane Beryl

Consumers in Texas are urged to report suspected fuel contamination to the TDLR following Hurricane Beryl's flooding, which may have compromised underground fuel storage tanks.

METRORail Fully Restored After Hurricane Beryl; Shuttle Services End

METRORail service has been fully restored after Hurricane Beryl, ending temporary shuttle services.

Message of Beryl Storm Resources From Councilmember Dr. Leticia Plummer:

I hope this message finds you well. Considering the recent impact of Hurricane Beryl, our City and the Greater Houston area have faced significant challenges. Many neighborhoods are still dealing with power outages and a need for essential resources, and …

H-E-B Extends a Helping Hand with Discounts and Community Support Post-Hurricane Beryl

As Houston and Gulf Coast residents recover from the aftermath of Hurricane Beryl, H-E-B is stepping up to provide much-needed relief and support to the hardest-hit communities. From offering significant discounts on frozen foods to deploying essential resources, H-E-B demonstrates …

Houston area residents struggle without power and water as excruciating heat continues

Half a million Houston-area homes and businesses may not have their power restored until next week amid sweltering summer heat, even as many in the region struggle to access fresh food, air conditioning and safe drinking water.

Houston Housing Authority Provides Critical Cooling Stations Amid Extreme Heat

In these challenging times of extreme heat, the Houston Housing Authority (HHA) is stepping up to ensure the health and safety of our residents. With many still without power following recent storms, we are pleased to announce the availability of …

Coming Together to Support The Greater Houston Area After Hurricane Beryl

We hope this message finds you safe and well. In the wake of Hurricane Beryl, the Institute for Spirituality and Health, along with partnering organizations in the Greater Houston Healing Collaborative (GHHC), are answering the call to action. We are …

Discovery Green® to Transform Houston’s Public Art Scene with Groundbreaking Program Supporting Local Artists

Houston, get ready to experience a revolutionary shift in public art! Discovery Green Conservancy proudly unveils Art Lab, an innovative mentorship program designed to empower underrepresented local artists. This initiative offers the tools, resources, and guidance needed to create large-scale, …

Celebrate 713 Day with UniverSoul Circus, KTSU 90.9FM, and PepsiCo at a Special Drive-Through Event at Butler Stadium

In honor of 713 Day and to support families affected by the aftermath of Hurricane Beryl, UniverSoul Circus is partnering with PepsiCo and KTSU 90.9FM “The Choice” and “The Vibe” to host a special drive-through event. This initiative will provide …

Houston Fire Department Shares Vital Safety Tips for Heat Conditions and Generator Use

As temperatures soar, the Houston Fire Department (HFD) emphasizes the importance of taking precautionary measures to avoid heat-related medical emergencies. Whether you're indoors or outdoors, following these safety tips can help keep you and your loved ones safe and healthy …

Mayor Whitmire Announces Expanded Cooling Centers and Drive-Thru Distribution Points Amid Heat Wave

In response to the scorching summer temperatures, Mayor John Whitmire has announced the opening of additional cooling centers across Houston on Wednesday, July 10. These centers will provide much-needed relief for residents seeking refuge from the intense heat.

Houston area residents struggle without power and water as excruciating heat continues

Half a million Houston-area homes and businesses may not have their power restored until next week amid sweltering summer heat, even as many in the region struggle to access fresh food, air conditioning and safe drinking water.