New facial image released for victim of Houston ‘Candy Man’ Dean Corll, whose killings came to light 50 years ago

Posted on · The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children released new reconstruction images this week of a boy whose body was discovered along with several others in a Houston boat storage shed on Aug. 9, 1973. He is the last known yet unidentified victim of Corll, who was a serial killer in the Heights area.

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‘Little Banned Library’ featuring books removed from schools opening in Houston’s Heights neighborhood

Posted on · A variation of the popular Little Free Library concept, the forthcoming installation in the Heights was designed to resemble a prison cell and feature books that have been banned by public schools in Texas.

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Preserving an Historic Housing Facility for Houston Seniors

Posted on · (Above: Houston Heights Tower was built in 1975 on W. 19th Street. Photo: Susan Farb Morris) A senior housing project in the Houston Heights recently completed a $12 million renovation. The history of Houston Heights Tower goes back to the mid-1970s, and it’s one of several housing facilities under the oversight of the Housing Corporation […]