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Now Is A Good Time To Start A Business In Lubbock
At the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic and the shutdown of so-called "non-essential" businesses and for months later, businesses across Lubbock were struggling and many would eventually fail. Even today, some businesses aren't out of the woods...
Final Week Of Lubbock’s HUB Site Vaccination Clinics
The City of Lubbock is getting closer to wrapping up its mass vaccination center at the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center. Through Monday, the Lubbock Health Department had administered over 116,000 doses of the coronavirus vaccine. That includes 61,349 people who received their first dose and 52,527 wh…
KidsFish At Maxey Park On Saturday
Just in time for it to warm up and be nice outside, the 8th KidsFish event will happen this Saturday, April 24th, from 7:00 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Maxey Park. KidsFish is sponsored in part by the Lubbock Lions Club and Cabela's.
KidsFish is a free event and no, kids do not need to have a fishing lice…
City of Lubbock, United Supermarkets Suspend J&J Vaccine
The City of Lubbock and United Supermarkets both announced this morning that they would be following guidance from the United States Centers for Disease Control and the Food and Drug Administration and pausing the rollout of the Johnson and Johnson COVID-19 vaccine...
Lubbock Drivers Are Stressed Out By Traffic
Does traffic in Lubbock stress you out? If it does, just know that you aren't alone. According to the website fleetlogging.com, Lubbock is the number one city in America when it comes to stressed drivers with a 75% stress rate.
According to the study that was done, Lubbock isn't stressed al…
City of Lubbock Water Restrictions Begin April 1
It's that time of year when yards are turning green and trees and flowers are starting to get more color. It's also the time of year when residents of Lubbock start watering their yards and spending more time outside.
The City of Lubbock issued a press release today announcing that Spring a…

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