Tuesday, 19 September 2023 09:42

A love language for those in need

Luiz Lozada’s love for Spanish language allows him to help non-English speakers as a court interpreter 

Mayor’s Office for Veterans and Military Affairs addresses veteran housing challenges during Houton Stand Down event, former Army soldier shares her story

What started as a work policy soon turned into a life-changing career

Kimberly Hammond’s love for art fuels her passion for creating art car projects

Chick Raborn took a final visit with his family to the Mason Aquatic Center 

Hire Houston Youth Program exceeds 20,000 participants who learn valuable job skills

Mayor’s Office of Adult Literacy program seeks to foster literacy community engagement

Global event finds its home in the Bayou City for third consecutive year

Mayor’s Office of Veterans and Military Affairs Liaison LaShondra Jones carves out a legacy with her role in the creation of a program and observance honoring Texas women veterans. 

Clinic at the Sunnyside Health and Multi-Service Center helps residents take care of their dental needs. 

The Bob Lanier Public Works Building at 611 Walker St. is noticeably brighter thanks to the work of artists with the non-profit Street Art for Mankind.

Mayor Sylvester and City Council recognized six employees for not only outstanding on-the-job performance, but for their volunteerism and selfless work for others outside of work.

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