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Touch a rare Mars meteorite, see where astronauts train, engineer a robot or have lunch with an astronaut during Space Center Houston’s Cosmic Spring Break, presented by the city of Webster March 11-19.

“Make it your mission to plan an action-packed Cosmic Spring Break experience you’ll never forget,” said the center’s President and CEO William T. Harris. “Climb inside an Orion simulated capsule, maneuver hands-on activities in the new spring exhibit and board our ultimate VIP Level 9 Tour to see the Historic Apollo Mission Control Room.”

Safety and security of your vehicle is top of just about all vehicle owners, and Tint World in Webster, TX helps its customers improve both with a series of products and services for cars, trucks, and boats. John Anhalt, owner of the Bay Area franchise location is taking a different approach to vehicle modifications, add-ons, and upgrades.

John looks at tint for vehicles in a different light than most car accessories stores. Although he has a wide variety of customers including high-end vehicle owners, boat owners, and businesses, he has really tailored his store to be a comfortable and welcoming environment for women. Unlike many stores, which may feel like a mechanic shop, Tint World in Webster is a clean retail environment that makes it easy to look at options and feel comfortable working with their staff.

Clear Lake Regional Medical Center has been recognized as one of the best hospitals in Texas for 2016-17 by U.S. News & World Report. In addition, CLRMC ranked nationally in diabetes and endocrinology, and rated high performing hospital in neurology and neurosurgery, heart failure specialty and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).

It's just another day at the Pet Palace, as the limo pulls up to drop off some four-legged friends, and while Owner Angela Bivens admits, this vehicle has become a moving billboard, it certainly won't break the doggy bank.

"We do the Clear Lake area for $25, which is pretty reasonable, since we drive to pick up your babies in a five-mile radius and drop them back for $25. Outside of the five-mile area, then it's a $55 charge," says Bivens.

A sixty-year old school is new again. The doors opened to students for the first time at the newly constructed Margaret S. McWhirter Elementary School on Monday, February 1. The hallways rang with delight and anticipation as staff and students got settled in the stone and brick building.

The McWhirter campus has many features to facilitate learning including collaborative areas that are teamed with computer labs enclosed with foldable glass walls to make break-out spaces. Science and art classrooms feature outdoor project areas. The Community Education area boasts classrooms with operable walls that can be used to create custom areas for after-hours adult education activities.

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