Here’s some of today’s headlines from around the Hub City:

  • City of Lubbock Code Inspectors will be conducting a Neighborhood Deployment between 34th to 50th and Indiana to Quaker in the Maedgen neighborhood today, to identify violations relating to Junked Vehicles, Nuisance Weeds and Rubbish, Substandard Housing, and Zoning. They will have a field office set up in the parking lot of St. Luke’s Methodist Church on 45th Street. MORE HERE
  • Frenship ISD has announced it will provide free meals for all kids up to age 18 across the Lubbock and Wolfforth communities starting at the end of this month through the summer. MORE HERE
  • Lubbock-Cooper ISD will present a check to the March of Dimes later today.  Over $12,000 was raised through various activities including the sale of yard signs, dodgeball tournaments, spirit days, and more. The campus with the highest contributions, West Elementary, was awarded with a championship trophy. MORE HERE
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