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Cinergy kicks off sensory-friendly film series

Dallas-based Cinergy Entertainment will offer its sensory friendly movie series, specifically designed for those with autism and sensory processing disorders, this summer.

H-E-B awards $430,000 in Excellence In Education prizes and grants

Several Texas educators and schools were honored during the recent H-E-B Excellence In Education Awards with $430,000 in cash prizes and grants being awarded to recipients.

Houston's Lanier inducted into Trial Lawyer Hall of Fame

Houston attorney Mark Lanier has been selected for the National Trial Lawyers Association’s Trial Lawyer Hall of Fame.

March of Dimes establishes Perinatal Safety Center in Houston

The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston will be home to the country's first March of Dimes Perinatal Safety Center, a facility designed to enhance the safety of pregnant women and babies.

Milner a finalist for Gulf Coast area Entrepreneur of the Year

Bob Milner, who co-owns Mercedes-Benz of The Woodlands, is a finalist for the Entrepreneur of The Year 2017 Award in the Gulf Coast area.

Killeen receives 'Playful City USA' distinction for 9th consecutive year

For the ninth year in a row, the city of Killeen has received a “Playful City USA” national designation awarded by KaBOOM!, an organization dedicated to children’s recreation and play.

Sabre tapped as Hospitality International's tech provider

Sabre Hospitality Solutions has been tapped to serve as the technology provider for over 280 of Hospitality International’s hotels by providing reservation systems, a booking engine and call center services.

Vopak addresses admissions concerns at Deer Park facility

Vopak North America Inc. has reached an agreement with both federal and state agencies regarding control of emissions at its Deer Park facility, which includes the company making $5 million in capital upgrades to Vopak Terminal Deer Park.

UT Health Cancer Center receives National Cancer Institute grant

The University of Texas Health Cancer Center has been awarded a $9.1 million grant for breast and prostate cancer research by the National Cancer Institute and was recently named as a member of the NCI’s Cancer Systems Biology Consortium.

Lemons-Campbell inducted into Texas Auctioneers Hall of Fame

Tomball resident and second-generation auctioneer Lori Lemons-Campbell is the first woman to be inducted into the Texas Auctioneers Hall of Fame.

WeeKare founder Munoz transitions to new role

WeeKare Pediatrics founder and one of the first neonatologists in the Lake Houston area, Dr. Angel Munoz, will be moving from a hospital-based role to working on expanding his pediatric clinic that he opened 13 years ago in Humble.

Qualtrust, Texas Trust merger creates one of the nation's largest credit unions

Qualtrust Credit Union members recently approved a merger with Texas Trust Credit Union, creating combined assets of over $1.2 billion and forming one of the largest credit unions in the state and the U.S.

Vets4Energy Texas supports Perry's move let Sabine Pass terminal export natural gas

Energy Secretary Rick Perry's recent approval of the first permit to export natural gas has gained a vast amount of attention, both positive and negative.

United Women's Healthcare tops 175 providers across Texas

United Women’s Healthcare has exceeded 175 providers across Texas, cementing its status as the largest Ob-Gyn physician group in the U.S.

AZZ opens powder-coating plant in Crowley

AZZ has opened its first powder-coating operation facility in Crowley, housing the largest duplex-coating oven in the U.S.

Kingwood Medical Center offers non-invasive treatment for prostate patients

Kingwood Medical Center is now the Northeast Houston area’s only hospital to offer the FDA-approved UroLift System to treat men age 50 and over who suffer from enlarged prostates and urinary outflow obstruction.

Richardson plumber Wakefield honored by American Standard

Richardson business owner Roger Wakefield was recently honored by American Standard earning the company’s “designated plumber expert” spot and a $5,000 cash prize and stipend for American Standard products.

San Antonio Chamber participates in youth employment event

San Antonio Chamber members recently joined representatives from throughout the country for the U.S. Chamber Youth Employment Network gathering in Denver to share their input on its participation in a two-year program designed to increase youth employment.

Over 1,000 expected for Lake Houston 10K 5K Event

The Lake ​​​​​Houston Chamber and Memorial Hermann have kicked off registration for their annual Lake Houston 10K and 5K event with over 1,000 participants expected for the race this August.

Port Aransas Chamber's teams take first in birding events

The Port Aransas & Mustang Chamber of Commerce’s team claimed first place in the annual Great Texas Birding Classic, winning a $1,000 conservation grant for the project of their choice.

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