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Together with Hearts and Hands of Baytown, a ministry of Iglesia Cristo Viene, Faith Family Church hosted their second Food Fair Wednesday. Fresh produce was delivered and distributed through the Be Well Baytown an initiative of The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, sponsored by…

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COVID-19 cases have been confirmed at a family facility in Lynchburg according to Harris County Public Health officials.

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With the most significant week of the Christian year beginning Sunday, the Texas Attorney General’s Office issued guidelines in response to Gov. Greg Abbott’s Tuesday executive order that included “religious services conducted in churches, congregations, and houses of worship” as essential s…

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While grocery stores struggle to keep up with demand and restaurants try to stay afloat, a different challenge faces those small businesses considered non-essential—they are limited to virtual interactions online, by email or by telephone.

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Getting out and exercising is one of the main things for those that want to stay in shape, but with the coronavirus forcing people inside, many are seeking ways to remaining healthy while indoors.

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A county-operated emergency medical services operation has been launched for the Mid- and West-Chambers County, a concept officials say creates a unified system with more consistency.

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Three men were charged in the Friday murder of an 18-year-old Pasadena man at a gas station at the intersection of Business 146 and Lee Drive.

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Some inmates of the Harris County Jail who are awaiting trial for non-violent offenses will be headed home until their day in court, following an order issued Wednesday by Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo.

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There were 167 new cases of COVID-19 infection reported in Harris County Wednesday. Of those, 81 were in the City of Houston and 86 were elsewhere in the county.

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Jason Armster, a 37-year-old Sheldon man who was arrested Tuesday after allegedly shooting his wife, is now in the Harris County Jail facing a charge of murder and a separate charge of tampering with physical evidence.

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United Way of Greater Baytown Area and Chambers County has supported the community in many ways including program funding for local agencies and Hurricane Harvey disaster relief. Today, the community is facing a new disaster: Coronavirus, a health crisis with added negative economic affects …

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The Anahuac ISD District School Board approved a COVID-19 Resolution that gave Superintendent Dennis Wagner authority to act in the place of the Board of Trustees under board policy and make all decisions regarding payment of employees during its regular monthly meeting, Monday night.

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Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo extended the Stay Home, Work Safe order through the end of April Tuesday and did not rule out the possibility it could last even longer. Her announcement of the order came just minutes after Gov. Greg Abbott imposed similar restrictions statewide and announce…

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By Tuesday afternoon there were 680 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Harris County. 

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The 2020 hurricane season is expected to have above normal numbers of tropical storms and hurricanes which could lead to a very busy season according to experts at an AccuWeather briefing Tuesday. 

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Houston Methodist and UnitedHealthcare are extending in-network status for physicians through May 31 in response to the ongoing public health crisis stemming from COVID-19, the illness caused by the new coronavirus.

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A woman was found murdered in her Sheldon-area home Tuesday morning after her husband came to the Baytown Police Station and reported that she was dead. 

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Chambers County Sheriff Brian Hawthorne took to social media to remind people that the Executive Order concerning social distancing carries the weight of law and is punishable by a fine or jail time.

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Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo said Monday what many people have expected—the emergency orders in response to COVID-19 will not end this week. She said the emergency order that was initially effective through April 3 will be extended and that she expected to announce how long that extensio…

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Chambers County Judge Jimmy Sylvia extended the Chambers County COVID-19 restrictions through April 30 in an executive order Monday.

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Residents of Chambers County Municipal Utility District No. 1 have taken issue with the law firm that administers it, saying the board members do not reside in the district – a requirement to serve on the board. 

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With the most significant week of the Christian year beginning Sunday, the Texas Attorney General’s Office issued guidelines in response to Gov. Greg Abbott’s Tuesday executive order that incl… Read more

While grocery stores struggle to keep up with demand and restaurants try to stay afloat, a different challenge faces those small businesses considered non-essential—they are limited to virtual… Read more

Getting out and exercising is one of the main things for those that want to stay in shape, but with the coronavirus forcing people inside, many are seeking ways to remaining healthy while indoors. Read more

A county-operated emergency medical services operation has been launched for the Mid- and West-Chambers County, a concept officials say creates a unified system with more consistency. Read more

Some inmates of the Harris County Jail who are awaiting trial for non-violent offenses will be headed home until their day in court, following an order issued Wednesday by Harris County Judge … Read more

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