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Lock Up this Holiday Season By Protecting Your Valuables

Stay safe during the holidays when eating out or shopping in Houston Southeast by remembering to hide, lock and take…

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Southmore Bridge at 288 to be Demolished as early as January 2018

The 288 tollway expansion project has begun. Houston Southeast is working in partnership with Drive288.com to provide updates on the…

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Houston Mayor’s Office Launches Regional ‘Shop Local’ Campaign

Houston’s collaborative spirit is in full force with the launch of the “Choose Local” campaign. Led by the City of…

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Support Local Shops in Houston Southeast This Saturday

Small Business Saturday aims to drive local retail support. The shopping season is upon us! Houston Southeast is proud to…

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To Fight Flooding In Houston, We Have To Think Big

Flood-research group responds to Judge Ed Emmett’s 15-point plan On Oct. 25, Harris County Judge Ed Emmett released 15 recommendations for…

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Landmark Gift To UTHealth Provides Unprecedented Resources

Jane and Robert Cizik have made a landmark gift of $25 million to the School of Nursing at The University…

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Ronald McDonald House in Houston Southeast Expands Vision

Ronald McDonald House Houston broke ground on the expansion of Holcombe House, its 50-room facility Since becoming CEO of Ronald…

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Astros World Series Win Could Help Houston Heal After Harvey

Houston Astros fans haven’t stopped celebrating as the club plays the World Series matchup against the Los Angeles Dodges. Hurricane…

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Houston Southeast Hosts 3 of Top 6 Texas Universities Producing Highest Graduate Salaries

With tuition costs rising in recent years, making the right choice for college has become more difficult than ever. One…

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Get Your Green Cans Ready: Curbside Recycling Returns Next Month

The city is resuming normal curbside recycling schedules soon after removing 1 million cubic yards of Harvey debris. THE “WILL…