River Oaks Theatre staff members will be required to complete a health screening as well as a temperature check at the beginning and end of each shift. Hand sanitizers will be placed throughout the building and plexiglass barriers will be in place at all point-of-sale stations to provide employees and customers additional protection, according to the theater. … [Read more...] about River Oaks Theatre to reopen
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The teenager developed Wayt — an app designed to streamline communication between businesses and their customers, allowing users to facilitate curbside pickups, appointments, and coordinate virtual lines through their phone. All customers have to do is tap a button to notify the business they are there. The ordering, vehicle information, and all other communication is done through Wayt. … [Read more...] about Houston teen develops Wayt, an app that makes curbside pickup easier, faster
2) Life Insurance for you and your spouse: Term, Universal or Whole life as coverage if you are losing your life insurance from your employer benefits when you retire. Many only have life insurance with work and cannot qualify due to health issues when they retire and lose their company group life insurance plan. Additional life products outside of work may be a good option. … [Read more...] about TONI KING: Are you prepared for an unexpected accident or illness?
According to FBI officials, the suspect entered the Stafford Wal-Mart located at 11210 W. Airport Blvd. just before 2 p.m. and proceeded to the First Convenience Bank branch inside the store where he handed a teller a demand note. The frightened teller complied and the suspect walked away with an undisclosed amount of money. Two days earlier, the “Justice League Dropout” was spotted on security camera video during a robbery at the First Convenience Bank located at 9919 Westheimer Rd. in Houston around noon on Monday (August 24). … [Read more...] about “Justice League Dropout” robber targets Stafford Wal-Mart bank
The earnings limit for 2020 is $18,240 (it changes yearly) and if the limit is exceeded Social Security will take back benefits equal to $1 for every $2 you are over the limit. Such lost survivor benefits are not recoverable. Social Security publishes next year’s earnings limits in the fall of each year prior, so what the earnings limit will be when you reach age 60 isn’t yet known, but it will be an amount that is more than the 2020 limit. … [Read more...] about RUSSELL GLOOR: Ask Rusty — Can I claim my widow’s benefit at age 57?