Joining a bipartisan coalition of 25 states, Attorney General Ken Paxton on Oct. 24 called on U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos to reject a campaign by student loan servicers and debt collectors to dismantle state oversight of the student loan industry.
The San Antonio Chamber of Commerce recently hosted a reception for University of Texas San Antonio outgoing interim president Dr. Pedro Reyes and the university’s newly appointed president Dr. Taylor Eighmy.
The Keep Tyler Beautiful Board will take part in the Clean Up The World Day initiative, a global awareness and cleanup effort, by hosting a park service day project next month at the Glass Recreation Center and Woldert Park.
The City of Corpus Christi recently launched its mobile food vendor pilot program and is accepting applications through October for the one-year program that will allow food vending opportunities in public locations.
We've all been to a meeting that was taken off-course or lasted longer than necessary because of certain difficult attendees. Steve Ahlenius of the McAllen Chamber of Commerce reveled the four "problem children" who can potentially ruin the productivity of a meeting.
The Pearland Fire Marshal’s Office is stepping up its hunt for those involved in the vehicle fire that took place July 31 by offering a $1,000 reward for information regarding the incident, which is believed to have been arson.
Arlington residents have an opportunity to apply for the city’s Housing Choice Voucher program, which is a federally funded program that offers rental housing assistance to low income households, the elderly and disabled during an upcoming open enrollment period.