centerpiece
  • 0

After starting in nine games last year, senior Sam Mathews has made a strong return to the starting quarterback position this season for the Clear Creek Wildcats after winning the starting job back during the offseason.

web only
  • 0

Near ideal autumn weather continued yesterday as cool temperatures finally brought a real touch of fall. Temperatures dipped well into the 50’s overnight across inland areas of the County and a 61° low yesterday morning in Galveston was the coolest temperature there since a 60° degree readin…

  • 0

League City's agreement with the state will give the traffic, engineering and police departments access to the video cameras on freeway rights of way and any other cameras on state rights of ways. The state's intelligent transportation system also collects Bluetooth data in state rights of way.

  • 3

A foreign investor is financing the development of a 48-bed assisted living facility in League City through a federal program that gives eligible immigrants a path to green cards by financing U.S. ventures that create jobs.

editor's pick centerpiece
  • 0

Initial assessments in Galveston County have not found widespread road damage from Hurricane Harvey, but problems caused by the extreme flooding could appear later, engineers and city officials familiar with major floods said.

  • By CONNOR BEHRENS Correspondent
  • 0

In the early hours of Aug. 26, as water seeped into buildings at Devereux Texas Treatment Network’s League City campus, more than 125 staff members scrambled to evacuate more than 200 clients to Waco.

  • 0

A deadline for people who were harmed by Hurricane Harvey to apply for low-interest disaster recovery loans is approaching.

  • By DAVID F. SMITH
  • 51

I will continue to watch and enjoy professional football — and I will give consideration to and will respect the players exercising their constitutional right to peacefully protest the injustices currently going on in this country.

  • 0

The Clear Springs Chargers find themselves at 3-1 overall and so far, unbeaten in District 24-6A play at 2-0. The Dickinson Gators, on the other hand, are still searching for their first district victory, coming in at 2-2 overall but 0-2 in district competition. 

editor's pick
  • 0

The largest city in Galveston County and one of the fastest growing cities in the nation relies on a volunteer fire department that is emerging as a growing professional service.

  • 1

Crews this week began renovations of a complex that will house people fleeing domestic violence, three years after the proposed project became a source of contention among residents of a nearby neighborhood who cited safety issues and fears about property values.

  • By JEROME BOURGEOIS
  • 79

“You should pray like God will solve 90 percent of your problem, but act like you will solve 90 percent of it,” said Monsignor H.A. Drouhillet, my high school and college mentor.

web only
  • 0

Currently, October, 2017 is on track to become the warmest October since observations began in 1871, possibly surpassing October, 2006 and last October as the first or second warmest ever.

  • 0

Several of the state’s insurance associations are upset after comments by the newly appointed “recovery czar” about how agents have been handling Hurricane Harvey claims.

  • By MATT DEGROOD and SAMANTHA KETTERER The Daily News
  • 1

Texas law gives several protections to apartment renters whose homes were flooded in Hurricane Harvey, but many landlords for the first time are using special provisions to make residents leave on short notice, legal experts said.

  • 1

The Friendswood Mustangs jumped on the Clear Falls Knights early by taking advantage of great field position, and then played their characteristic mistake-free (but not pretty) brand of football en route to a 38-0 win.

centerpiece
  • 3

Many Galveston County residents are frustrated with FEMA denial letters and others are upset that they still haven't seen a FEMA inspector at their property, but agency representatives encourage all Hurricane Harvey survivors to keep talking to FEMA and to be patient with a long view of recovery.

  • By BRIAN MOUSER Correspondent
  • 0

On what looked like some sort of comic book superhero night at Alvin Memorial Stadium, a duo of Clear Springs Chargers turned in dynamic performances, going off in a big way on the Alvin Yellowjackets, en route to the final score of 49-0 Friday.

web only
  • 0

Even now, weeks after Hurricane Harvey stalled over southeast Texas dropping historical amounts of rain and causing unprecedented flooding, the full extent of the damage has not been fully realized. Galveston County officials estimate 20,000 homes were flooded, many very severely. As many as…