September 2018

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August 2018

Early Voting Begins August 8 for $2.5 Billion in Harris County Flood Risk Reduction Bonds

Early Voting Begins August 8 for $2.5 Billion in Harris County Flood Risk Reduction Bonds

Special election on Hurricane Harvey’s anniversary August 25 will decide bonds’ fate

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Energy Corridor Teen Builds Little Free Library, Bringing Books to Children in Terry Hershey Park

Energy Corridor Teen Builds Little Free Library, Bringing Books to Children in Terry Hershey Park

Neo Curry tackles Eagle Scout project to promote reading, learning urban planning skills in the process

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Family-Made Pain Train Salsa Puts Farmers Market Customers on the Track to Freshness

Family-Made Pain Train Salsa Puts Farmers Market Customers on the Track to Freshness

Get on board the salsa train at Grisby Square 8 a.m. – noon Saturdays

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Closed with Extensive Flooding Damage, Kendall Library Keeps Community Presence Going

Closed with Extensive Flooding Damage, Kendall Library Keeps Community Presence Going

Weekly kids’ storytelling at Blue Willow Bookshop, festive block party helps sustain library’s vitality

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“Blue Out” Celebrates Harvey Comeback as Parkside at Memorial Reopens and Honors Constable Rescuers

“Blue Out” Celebrates Harvey Comeback as Parkside at Memorial Reopens and Honors Constable Rescuers

Grayco Partners presents $2,500 check to Harris County Pct. 5 Foundation

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