Good news for Harris County residents because another $30 million has been added to a recovery fund to help families struggling during this pandemic. The Harris County Recovery Assistance program, which is administered by Catholic Charities, is providing $1,500 one-time grants to families affected by COVID-related layoffs and wage reductions. […]Read More
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Judge: 127,000 votes cast at drive-thru polling centers will count
HOUSTON – A federal judge on Monday rejected what appears to many to be a Republican voter suppression tactic to invalidate nearly 127,000 ballots in Houston and Harris County that were cast at drive-thru polling centers due to the pandemic. The lawsuit was filed by conservative Texas activists who did […]Read More
Sign up today! Texas voter registration deadline approaching
We have all seen the commercials and heard the many slogans asking us to use our voice and vote like our lives depend on it, but before you can vote you need to make sure that you are registered correctly. If you are a Texas resident, the last day to register to vote for […]Read More
In-person class delayed for most Houston area schools until Sept. 8
HOUSTON — To protect students and teachers during the COVID-19 pandemic and help blunt progression of the virus in our communities, all public and non-religious private schools must delay in-person classes until Sept. 8, Mayor Sylvester Turner and County Judge Lina Hidalgo announced Friday. The City of Houston’s Local Health […]Read More