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Freeport, Texas is located in Brazoria County. Zip codes in Freeport, TX include 77542, and 77541. The median home price in Freeport is $79,000. More Freeport information.

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Friday Jul 18 | The Raw Story

Subway fires worker forced by manager to serve food while vomiting from stomach virus

A Subway employee in Freeport, Texas claims she was fired after she became so ill that sympathetic workers at a nearby restaurant called 911 to care for her.


Wed Jul 16, 2014

Fort Bend Star

Fort Bend's diverse make-up spearhead for economic benefits

Taking advantage of the diversity of Fort Bend County is what really spurred the initiation of the Fort Bend Global Initiative that residents hear about from time to time.


Mon Jul 14, 2014

The Advocate

Texas LNG facility draws $850 million investment

New York-based investment firm Global Infrastructure Partners has acquired 25 percent of Freeport LNG Development L.P., for $850 million.


Fri Jul 11, 2014

The Motley Fool

Is Spending More the Right Move for Phillips 66?

Phillips to boost spending and buy back more shares Phillips will boost its 2014 capital spending by $1.2 billion, bringing its total capital budget for the year to $3.9 billion.


Thu Jul 10, 2014

Natural gas boom's future may be in China

CHINA is expected to double its demand for natural gas in the next five years, making it an irresistible market for Western companies trying to export America's energy bonanza and to exploit China's own vast reserves.


Mon Jul 07, 2014

Dow Chemical's Water Woes Signal Trouble

Dow Chemical's struggles to secure enough water supplies for its growing operations in Texas have sparked concerns about whether the state's diminishing natural resources can accommodate its exploding population and economy.


Thu Jul 03, 2014

National Public Radio

Will Texas GOP Candidate's Remarks On Chemicals Prove Toxic?

The frontrunner for governor, GOP Attorney General Greg Abbott, sparked controversy recently by suggesting citizens should simply go to nearby chemical and fertilizer plants and ask what's being stored there if they are worried about hazardous materials.


Fri Jun 27, 2014

The Other Big Energy Export News

". In particular, many are speculating that this is a step toward complete elimination of the ban on crude oil exports.


Sun Jun 22, 2014

Common Dreams

No Mas Tar Sands! -- Healing Begins at the Source

Here in Houston's East End, we're well acquainted with the risks of living so close to the oil refineries whose toxic emissions poison us every day.



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