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Kingwood physician partners with Lone Star College for men's health seminar

A medical doctor in Kingwood is partnering with Lone Star College to provide a seminar on various health issues.

Lake Houston Chamber has new investor sales and services director

The Lake Houston Chamber of Commerce has hired Adam VanDeventer as its new investor sales and services director. 

Collin College bond gains support from McKinney Chamber

Collin College is proposing a $600 million bond for the expansion of its campuses and programs.

Oil and natural gas revenue cannot be taken for granted

Texas is the No. 1 state in the country for oil and natural gas production, which means people are able to sustain jobs in the industry.

Tricentennial Commission creates community service initiative

A new San Antonio area community service project has been officially established by the Tricentennial Commission, according to a recently distributed press release by the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce. 

Bridgewood Farms marks 50 years of work with special needs community

Sponsors are being sought for a wine-tasting event April 8 to mark Bridgewood Farms' 50th year of helping special needs teens and adults.

SA business leaders meet with key members of Congress

The 39th annual San Antonio Chamber of Commerce “S.A. to D.C.” trip brought the city’s movers and shakers before Capitol Hill lawmakers to advocate for improvements to the city’s business infrastructure.

Noted criminologist recognized at law enforcement banquet

A decorated U.S. Naval commander, criminal psychologist and Houston native spoke at this year’s banquet to honor police officers.

Spindletop Center offers wellness and lifestyle services

If you made a New Year’s resolution to kick that smoking habit or shed pounds, the Spindletop Center in Beaumont may have the resources you need.

Former state legislator discusses budget issues in McKinney forum

Former state Rep. Jim Pitts addressed the concerns of residents over the state’s budget battle during a recent McKinney Chamber of Commerce community forum, where he delved into the state’s Senate and House budget’s that have an $8 million disparity.

Lake Houston couples to be honored at HAAM banquet

Three Lake Houston couples will be honored for their community work at the upcoming Humble Area Assistance Ministries’ “Pillars of the Community” banquet.

Huberty to chair House Public Education Committee

State Rep. Dan Huberty (R-Humble) has been named to two key committee posts for the Texas House’s recent 85th Legislative Session.

Vintage WWII bomber to be welcomed to Conroe-North Regional Airport

The Conroe-North Regional Airport will soon be home to the famous World War II B-17 Flying Fortress Texas Raider.

Killeen ranked among top cities for millennials

Bell County’s city of Killeen recently claimed fame as a top U.S. city for millennials in a national study that examined areas such as cost of living, future job growth and crime and safety.

Major retailers sign on to Valley Ranch Town Center

Construction for a second phase of the Valley Ranch Town Center has begun, as several major retailers recently signed on to join other national chain stores already open in the project’s first phase.

Baylor, Midway School District recognized for teacher prep program

Baylor University and the Midway Independent School District received national recognition during a recent ceremony held in Washington, D.C. for their professional development school partnership.

Local artist featured at Conroe Art League exhibit

The Conroe Art League is hosting several special exhibits featuring local artists this month and highlighting a variety of impressionistic nature pieces.

'Uncorked' Wine Festival toasts tastes from Texas and beyond

The Lubbock Chamber’s annual Uncorked Wine Festival will take place this month featuring wines from all over the state and world, along with wines from locally grown grapes and a chance for attendees to experience a special wine and food class.

Piana to head Chevron Phillips Chemical's Pasadena Plastics Complex

Gary Piana will now head Chevron Phillips Chemical’s Pasadena Plastics Complex, filling the position previously held by retiring manager Michael Gilbert.

Lake Houston Chamber to host free networking event

A free networking event hosted by the Lake Houston Area Chamber next month will give area business professionals an opportunity to meet and exchange ideas on local business happenings.

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