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  • Project Blue organizers talk to Baytown Rotary 10 Jan 2019 12:26 Baytown Sun It has been almost a year since Mary Pinney died, but Project Blue, as well as the annual Jail Break Run, will continue.  Marc Pinney, Mary’s husband, and her father, Dr. Jim Zaruba, spoke to the Rotary Club of Baytown about how the charity and annual run …
  • Feds charge Chicago alderman, allege wiretap on cellphone captures him in attempted extortion 07 Jan 2019 12:13 Sandiegouniontribune Longtime Ald. Edward Burke, one of Chicago’s most powerful figures and a vestige of the city’s old Democratic machine, has often been considered too clever and sophisticated to be caught blatantly using his public office to enrich himself. But after years …
  • $10K of Alleged Burke Extortion Was Intended for Preckwinkle 05 Jan 2019 07:53 NBC Chicago Toni Preckwinkle said Friday that her campaign received, and then rejected, a $10,000 contribution from a Burger King franchise owner in 2018 as part of an alleged shakedown by Ald. Ed Burke, who was charged Thursday with attempted extortion in the case. “ …
  • Feds charge Ald. Edward Burke, allege wiretap on cellphone captures him in attempted extortion 05 Jan 2019 07:30 Chicago Tribune Longtime Ald. Edward Burke, one of Chicago’s most powerful figures and a vestige of the city’s old Democratic machine, has often been considered too clever and sophisticated to be caught blatantly using his public office to enrich himself. But after years …
  • New judge tells county residents to not worry about new leadership 04 Dec 2018 20:06 Fort Bend Southwest Star Fans line up to get photos with GeorgeKP George, the newly elected judge of Fort Bend County has a message for everyone: “Everything is going to be just fine.” When George takes office in January as the county judge, replacing long-time Judge Robert Hebert …
  • Cullinan Park hosts groundbreaking for first phase of... 12 Nov 2018 19:39 Houston Community Newspapers Online Cullinan Park Conservancy, with the city of Sugar Land, hosted a groundbreaking for the first phase of improvements at the park. From left are: Steve Porter, Ann Hamilton, Emily Todd, Gay Thompson, Bob Richter, Bridget Yeung, Mike Dobert, Gary Tuma, Carol …
  • How to Win Texas 02 Nov 2018 16:23 Politico You know who matters in the 2018 midterms? Donald Trump! But not just Donald Trump. Control of the Senate rests in part on what voters think of the president of the United States, but it will also be determined by local disputes and regional quirks— …
  • Texas Congressman Won’t Say Why He Labeled Opponent ‘Indo-American Carpetbagger’ 30 Oct 2018 00:18 Politics Daily Rep. Pete Olson, a Texas Republican in a tough re-election battle, would not explain to a constituent why he recently called his Democratic opponent an “Indo-American carpetbagger.” In a video of an Oct. 23 campaign meet-and-greet obtained by HuffPost, …
  • Beto O'Rourke quietly supports Trump's impeachment; Ted Cruz is eager to raise the specter 22 Oct 2018 02:33 The Dallas News Cruz quickly accused O'Rourke of using the issue to thrill Hollywood liberals and attract donations. With well more a million individual donors, it's impossible to know how much that particular issue has fueled O'Rourke's record fundraising …
  • Kroger plans renovation to East End store 17 Sep 2018 17:36 Houston Chronicle The Kroger at  4000 Polk St. is one of the company's older stores in Houston. To see some really old Houston grocery stores, continue to the photo gallery.  The Kroger at  4000 Polk St. is one of the company's older stores in Houston. To see some …
  • Cullinan Park Conservancy hosts annual photo contest 17 Sep 2018 12:23 Houston Community Newspapers Online Cullinan Park Conservancy invites photographers to submit photos to its annual photo contest. underwritten by Johnson Development Corp. John Donaho of Missouri City received an honorable mention in 2017 for his "Young Gator" photo. less Cullinan …
  • Sri Kulkarni is Changing the Way Democrats Talk to Asian Americans 05 Sep 2018 11:14 Texas Observer Justin Miller Asian voters could hold the key to Democratic gains in the diversifying purple suburbs of Texas. Houston-area Republican Congressman Pete Olson’s challenger is betting on it. by Justin Miller September 5, 2018 Sugar Land has all the trappings …
  • International dining and shopping chains find followings in 01 Sep 2018 00:19 Houston Chronicle PHOTOS: International dining and shopping imports in Houston  Jollibee, located near NRG Stadium, has become a popular meeting place for natives of the Philippines.  >>See the overseas chains that have found a following in Houston... less PHOTOS: …
  • A year after Harvey, $41.6 million raised by J.J. Watt is changing lives 30 Aug 2018 16:41 Baptist Message HOUSTON -- What started as a simple message turned into $41.6 million. "I'm sitting here watching the news and checking the Internet and seeing everything that's going on with Hurricane Harvey and the damage it's causing back home," …
  • Family Fun: Building a better sandcastle 23 Aug 2018 20:12 Houston Chronicle Published 3:01 pm CDT, Thursday, August 23, 2018 The 32nd Annual AIA Sandcastle Competition takes place this Saturday in Galveston. The 32nd Annual AIA Sandcastle Competition takes place this Saturday in Galveston. Photo: Cody Duty, Staff / Houston …

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