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Once you thought you were done with Black Friday shopping, Small business Saturday comes back and reminds you to shop local.

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A list of restaurants and stores that locals might utilize on Thanksgiving Day that are open, and a list of potential stores that are open last year but closed this year.

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Five generations of the Indian family: great-great-grandma Ann, great-great-grandson Grady, great-grandpa Tom, father Matthew and grandpa (Chief) Dennis.

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It is that time of year The Salvation Army puts out their red kettles and volunteers sign up to to ring the bell to catch citizens of Brazoria County’s attention to donate.

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For the past two holiday seasons people have been separated from friends, family and overall community. However, Freeport is once again holding their annual Thanksgiving Superfeast for all of the community to come together once again.

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Numerous small local businesses across Brazoria County participated in Open House this past weekend to promote the beginning of the Christmas season. Everyone from owners and shoppers alike, seemed to not be able to get enough of the Christmas spirit.

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The Ransons removed “foster” from their family Friday as part of the annual Adoption Day event at the Brazoria County Courthouse. They were one of three families legally unified in Judge Jeremy Warren’s courtroom.

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Lake Jackson Mayor Gerald Roznovsky hosted the cities second annual Mayor Lighting of the Tree ceremony following Santa’s Pajama Jam at the Lake Jackson Civic Center. The ceremony was followed by children getting to dance and right letters to Santa Claus in his Letters to Santa Workshop.

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The City of Clute Parks and Recreation Department and The Great Texas Mosquito Festival brought home six “Best in Texas” awards from the 2021 Kaliff Marketing Awards Ceremony in San Antonio.

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The City of Lake Jackson is bringing back the beloved Festival of Lights this year after having to cancel it last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and the amount of people ecstatic over this is overwhelming.

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Local donut chain, Dee Best Donuts is busy for good reason. The bakery has built a strong relationship with local customers due to its variety of pastries, tacos, donuts, kolaches, and coffee variations.

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Local pizza chain lures in customers with twenty-five flat screens and large selection of draft and bottled beer selections. Center Court Pizza and Brew hopes to keep these local customers with good service, smiling staff, and giving back to the community.

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The faculty and staff for Brazosport Independent School District are going to be thrilled about the recent approval by Brazosport ISD and the Board of Trustees. A $1,200 Employee Retention and Appreciation Stipend was said to be given out Dec. 15 for all BISD employees.

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Many people showed up to True To Life Ministries job fair and got a good sense of what and who are offering jobs in the Brazoria County area. The job fair also ties in with one of True To Life Ministries programs, TTLM Connection.

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Brazosport Cares is Brazoria County’s local food pantry whose sole purpose is to help serve the families in need. Brazosport Cares Development Coordinator, Nicole Larson is in charge of multiple programs within the food pantry and giving back to the community as much as she can and turning hunger into health.

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Mary Rich of Lake Jackson has been named the 2020 Texas Queen by TOPS Club, a nonprofit weight-loss support organization as part of its annual “royalty” awards.

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Women of St. Michael’s members, from left, Barbara Robie, Natalia Montanez, Margie Kaus and Margarita Prinz, pose with one of the prizes available through the group’s Mums and Mistletoe Market.

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Veterans enjoyed a free breakfast at Freeport Methodist Church before the countywide Veterans Day parade and celebration.

Angleton native and Army veteran Tam Pham attends South Texas College of Law School Houston. The school was misidentified in a story in Thursday's edition of The Facts.

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Libraries all over Brazoria County will be participating in Brazoria County’s Alzheimer’s Awareness Project by giving free memory screenings. Dale Libby, the CEO of The Gathering Place has partnered with National Memory Screening Program Alzheimer’s Foundation of America who have given them the forms needed for the screenings, and Brazoria County’s Library System for the location of the screenings.