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Monica Orozco conducted an audit of her family’s trash cans and researched the environmental impacts of food waste as part of a school project. When she learned that organic material in a landfill breaks down and releases methane – a greenhouse gas and significant pollutant in the Earth’s at…

Free food and water will be distributed to community members in need from 10 a.m.-noon Saturday in the White Oak Bayou Village Shopping Center at 6696 Antoine Dr., near the Inwood Forest neighborhood.

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Village Heights Church is seeking to bring a little normalcy to the neighborhood after a trying year due to the pandemic.

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To celebrate its 75th anniversary as a service organization, the Heights-based Houston Junior Forum (HJF) has launched a 75-day fundraising campaign in which it is asking community members for donations.

The Harris County Precinct 1 Constable's Office said three male students who were found to be skipping school were arrested last week in connection with a vehicle break-in in the Heights. Two other males who were at the scene escaped authorities, according to the constable's office.

The Harris County Precinct 1 Constable’s Office will host a pet food giveaway from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Thursday at the HCC Pinemont Center, located at 1265 Pinemont Dr., to help pet owners in need of food for their furry friends.

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Eileen Egan and Wayne Norden go up and down Antoine Drive just about every weekday to get to and from their office at the White Oak Conference Center, located in the heart of Inwood Forest. So the leaders of the Near Northwest Management District (NNMD) are plenty familiar with the oft-trave…

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Frank Black Middle School student Andrew Mitchell was riding his bike with friends after the winter storm when he saw a lot of dark splotches along the bayou and the bike path underneath the Watonga Boulevard bridge. He knew that’s where the bats lived.

When Oak Forest-based Rescued Pets Movement (RPM) sends vans full of fostered dogs and cats to the organization’s partners in Colorado, they typically return empty as the fosters are taken to their new forever homes.

What comes out of his rainwater harvesting system is “more pure than city water,” according to Heights resident Ken Anderson, so it became an especially valuable commodity during Winter Storm Uri last month. The retired attorney said he had thousands of gallons to spare once his power came b…

Everyday life has yet to return to what it was like before COVID-19, but more and more events are being planned and local outlets are attempting to hold gatherings in a safe and socially distanced way.