Posted by Penny Jones on November 07, 2011
The importance of a facility such as Legacy Health Care Services cannot be overstated. Legacy and other privately-funded agencies are the safety-nets for millions of working people in this country without insurance or with marginally effective insurance who fall into the abyss between private health care and government programs. We salute Legacy for its 30 years of vital services and care for all Houstonians.
Posted by Penny Jones on September 02, 2011
The city of Houston is struggling to deal with an unprecedented number of water main breaks in neighborhoods all over town. It is heartbreaking and, let’s say it, infuriating, to see that precious resource literally pour down the drain while our tree canopy is dying.
Posted by Penny Jones on August 26, 2011
Since 1984, National Night Out has been dedicated to strengthening neighborhood spirit and sending a message to criminals that neighborhoods are organized and fighting back.
Posted by Penny Jones on July 27, 2011
This severe drought is not only causing burn-out for our lawns, but severe damage to our trees!
Posted by Penny Jones on July 12, 2011
Houston is the most atypical housing market in the country and, this time around the recession cycle, that’s a good thing. Our market is moving along nicely…
Posted by Penny Jones on May 26, 2011
Buying or selling a home is a business transaction yet it’s also one of the most personally important - and often emotional - decisions most of us make. Emotions can sometimes cloud judgement - and that’s where real estate professionals can help ‘keep the wheels on.’
Posted by Penny Jones on May 23, 2011
Martha Turner Properties IT Director John Hay was a driving force behind the sixth annual All Saints Catholic Church Great Taste of the Heights last Saturday night.
Posted by Penny Jones on May 04, 2011
I have good news to share, not only about our company and real estate in Houston but about Houston itself. I’m confident that you have seen our television advertisements featuring our greatest spokesman and asset, Martha Turner, who says: “Real estate is alive and well in Houston, Texas.”
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