Our diverse city celebrated bilingual residents with National Foreign Language. Follow along as we highlight residents having fun at library events that promoted learning and speaking a foreign language.

My Brother’s Keeper Houston and Houston Health Department invest in early childhood development initiatives to promote school readiness.

Volunteering at a local church, Vernita Jones turns compassion into a language everyone can understand.

Bravo winner Cheryl Kelley is beacon of light for residents in distress.

For more than a decade, Bravo winner Reginald Taylor has shared his faith with inmates helping rebuild lives and families.

When it comes to giving back, Kellen Sweny leads though example and inspires others to do the same. 

From a Super Bowl to Harvey to an Astros' World Series win and snow, 2017 proved to be a wild one for Houston. As we move into 2018, let's take a moment to see how city employees, city departments, and our Mayor persevered through it all with this video round up of 2017.

Bravo winner Gloria Moreno follows path of giving back

Whether its volunteering for her church or helping local youth, Gwendolyn Goins selflessly rises to the occasion.

Supporting small businesses is a big priority for the City of Houston. See how the Office of Business Opportunity is helping create a diverse network of small business contractors through its annual Meet the Buyer event.

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