The South Dallas Concert Choir and the David W. Carter Choir have teamed up again to deliver an inspiring music experience for the Christmas season. We invite you to join the celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ.
The Greater Houston Frontiers Club, Inc. a non-profit, 501(c) (3), service organization is one of the most well-respected organizations in Houston, honoring the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., while providing scholarships for deserving minority students in our community.
This was a horror that the family did not see coming. This is something that will change their lives forever. These parents were now forced to live with the reality that their beloved son is never coming home again.
The Texas Association of African-American Chambers of Commerce is hosting their Annual Conference; celebrating 30 years of service to the community. But,what is the TAAACC? To understand the roots they’ve planted which has strengthened the ecosystem of the Black community, first you have to understand its history stretches far beyond three decades.
Recently, more than 1,100 senior citizens from across the state attended Houston City Council Member Amanda Edwards’ The Empowered You: Houston Senior Citizens Conference. It served as a one-stop-shop event which provided resources and information to help senior citizens thrive in this season of their lives.
Coming home to the people who knew you before you embarked upon any portion of success. They knew you when you were struggling to become the person you desired to be and they loved and guided you regardless.
First, the fun-filled day began with a complimentary, home-cooked breakfast by East Beast Catering which consisted of eggs, biscuits, oatmeal, grits, bacon, sausage and orange juice for 25 residents and 9 staff members.
Ever heard the following sayings, “Even a paper clip can be indicted”? How about “A DA can indict a ham sandwich”?These are popular sayings when it comes to District Attorneys and the grand juries to which they have unfettered access.
The year 2015 marks the 80th birthday of Aldine ISD. Over the past 80 years the district has grown to almost 70,000 students and is projected to keep growing at 3% per year for next 5 years. The buildings in Aldine ISD average 30 years in age. Many of the buildings are much older.