HHD employees reflect on tumultuous year battling COVID-19 virus

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

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

How one rescue pup sparked career of giving for HPL employee

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.

Tuesday, 29 December 2020 09:50

Because ... 2020

COH employees share their thoughts on an intriguing question of a provocative year

Wednesday, 23 December 2020 13:22

2021 CMC: Generosity goes viral

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Despite COVID, employees exceed goal, raise more than $700,000 for “Give & Grow” campaign

Innovation proves to be key element in meeting city’s staffing needs

Tuesday, 22 December 2020 11:11

Virtual Good Tidings and Cheer

This year’s “Reliant Lights Mayor’s Holiday Spectacular 2020 -101 years of Holiday Cheer” didn’t quite go as intended, but that did not stop Mayor Sylvester Turner from wanting to spread some good tidings this Christmas season.

New Municipal Courts Department program seeks to help Houstonians struggling to pay court fines.

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