The Houston Employee Relief Organization (HERO) provides financial and emotional support for survivors of City of Houston employees killed while on the job serving the Houston community.

Thursday, 25 February 2021 13:21

Remembering Lynn Eusan

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Friends and classmates reflect on the triumphant and tragic legacy of the University of Houston’s first Black homecoming queen.

The COVID-19 pandemic can’t stop the Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs from still giving a boost to Houston’s art and culture scene.

Thursday, 25 February 2021 11:14

City helps veterans find a "solid start"

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The Mayor’s Office of Veterans and Military Affairs is lending its support to the VA Solid Start program to help new military veterans transition back to civilian life.

A lifetime of service earns HHD employee a Bravo Award

Wednesday, 24 February 2021 08:47

“This year has been a roller coaster”

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HHD employees reflect on tumultuous year battling COVID-19 virus

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HHD says it will be at least late spring of 2021 before vaccine starts becoming available to the general public, majority of COH employees

Thursday, 21 January 2021 15:43

The sweet sounds of financial support

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For Mayor, city council approve economic relief program to help fund local musicians and music venues.

Thursday, 21 January 2021 15:17

Tackling the digital divide

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MOPD and city partners help vulnerable populations adapt to online shift

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How one rescue pup sparked career of giving for HPL employee

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Mayor’s Office of Education Program Manager Laura Cuellar has mentored an immigrant high school student since summer and saw their work pay off in November with a college application to Harvard University.

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