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Visions: The restaurants keep coming, but will all of them make it?

Visions: The restaurants keep coming, but will all of them make it?

You don’t have to be a whiz with a crystal ball to see more restaurants coming to The Leader area. But just in case you need more proof, three area restaurateurs share their thoughts about what is – and what should be – coming down the pike.

Visions: It does take a village for HISD schools

It is the families with young children who are changing the face of many Leader neighborhoods.

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Remembering those in the community that have passed.

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Health fair at Black Middle School; Blood Drive at Prudential Premier.

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Neighborhood crime reports for the week of July 12-17.

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Obituaries for the week of 7/19: Aiello, Bautsch, Bethea, Blackie, Burno, Dunlap, Lang, Pinkham and Smith.

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Come enjoy a steak from the Legionnaires, job fair at the YMCA, back to school immunizations, bicycle rodeo and more.

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Jennifer Barrientez is new Stevens Elementary Principal

On one hand, new Stevens Elementary Principal Jennifer Barrientez is very analytical. She says that she believes in looking at data to drive the decision making process. That’s what she did when she was researching Stevens in Oak Forest, 1910 Lamonte, and going through the interview process with HISD.

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The Molly Diaries: Does your pet have a “chip” on its shoulder?

I talk about the importance of getting your pet microchipped here often but perhaps you’re not even quite sure what “microchipping” really means or how it’s beneficial for your pet. Today, we’re going to discuss microchipping: what it is, what it does and why it’s important.

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Neighbors: Bittersweet graduation for Girl Scout Troop 12086

Eleven of the twelve members of Girl Scout Troop 12086 graduated from high school in May. These 11 girls, some of whom had been in Scouts together for 13 years, graduated from six different high schools and will be attending at least five different colleges.

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