Posted on · The store also delivers food boxes with produce that comes from Black farmers.
Posted on · The funding will cover and replace the gymnasium roof and floor, basketball goals and wall padding. The money will also help with upgrading all four bathrooms.
Posted on · The Houston project will transform a 240-acre former landfill in Sunnyside into a 50-megawatt solar farm. Michael Regan of the EPA said it's the type of project the agency wants to fund through its upcoming Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund.
Posted on · On Monday's show: A new project in Sunnyside plans to convert a landfill into the nation's largest urban solar farm. Plus, we take a closer look at what motivates Gov. Greg Abbott. And an expert outlines what we do and don't know about microplastics in our water -- and in our bodies.
Posted on · After years of dealing with toxic air pollution, residents of overburdened communities are taking matters into their own hands and installing a growing network of community air monitors.
Posted on · The sites include a former incinerator, thermal processing facility and two abandoned commercial high rises.
Posted on · The Sunnyside Energy project is part of the city’s participation in the C40 Reinventing Cities competition, which Houston joined in 2017.
Posted on · The program aims to help youth who commit offenses at school and on school property
Posted on · Sylvester Turner visited the family of a 3-year-old boy who was shot in Sunnyside
Posted on · If the City Council approves purchasing the land, it would be built on the 4400 block of Reed Road and it would be about a quarter mile from the current facility
Posted on · Harris County officials say it was a misunderstanding
Posted on · Last night (Oct. 24, 2016), Houston City Council Member Dwight Boykins of District D held a community town hall to address the priorities of addressing Houston's Sunnyside neighborhood. The meeting comes just a few weeks after a joint report by the Texas Organizing Project and Texas Low Income Housing Information Service. We discuss what issues […]
Posted on · A program to reduce teen pregnancies has been given funding to expand to five new neighborhoods of Greater Houston. The program is called We Can Do More, and we learn more about it from Dr. Kimberly Johnson, program manager and faculty associate at UTHealth School of Public Health. Beginning in 2012, UTHealth started a test […]
Posted on · Texas state lawmaker Jimmy Don Aycock recently bemoaned how "property value increases have triggered the ‘Robin Hood' feature" of a school funding system which, in essence, requires HISD to send money to other districts. Aycock notes the same thing has happened to Austin, Spring Branch and other districts — and the Dallas school district may […]
Posted on · Hope Farms will bring fresh fruits and vegetables to the low-income community.