A Muslim-owned Galveston restaurant has received an outpouring of support since reporting that had been vandalized with bacon.
Texas City overcame a strong start by Ball High with high energy and hustle as the Stings defeated the Tors, 68-54, in both teams’ District 23-5A opener Tuesday at Ball High.
An A1 story in the Nov. 17 issue should have said Republicans for Clean Campaigns is listed as an active general political action committee with the Texas Ethics Commission although it is not included in the list of PACs that collected contributions or spent money on campaigns. Its start date with the state is Oct. 28.
An article on page B1 of Wednesday’s edition incorrectly identified Helen Mooty.
• A story on page A3 of Sunday’s edition of The Daily News incorrectly reported the vehicle Robert Butschek Jr., 69, operated when a driver struck and killed him. Butschek was on a motorized wheelchair.
An article on A1 of Thursday’s print edition titled “Navigators helping with health care purchase despite uncertain future for ACA” gave the wrong address for The Children’s Center. The Children’s Center is located at 4700 Broadway, Suite E100A in Galveston.
A article published on A1 of Wednesday’s edition incorrectly identified where a monkey had escaped from at the University of Texas Medical Branch. The monkey escaped from its enclosure in an animal holding center at the medical branch.
An article on page A5 of Sunday’s edition should have said Galveston County Navigation District No. 1 Board of Commissioners earn $10,000 a year.
• An article on page A1 of Friday’s edition should have stated that business expansions of 50 percent or less of existing floor area would not have to adhere to League City’s new masonry standards.
A column on page B1 of Monday's edition was attributed to the wrong author. Jason Hardcastle wrote the column, which appears with a correct byline on page B9 today.
An article on page A1 of Monday’s edition incorrectly reported the revenue generated by a proposed tax increase in League City. The proposal would generate $40.4 million this fiscal year, compared to $35.7 million last fiscal year. The story also incorrectly reported the annual tax increase for the owner of a median-priced home. The increase is $57.
• An article on page A1 of Monday’s edition incorrectly reported the name of a former public housing development in Galveston. The name of the development was Cedar Terrace.
The name of Mills Shirley LLP attorney Carla Cotropia was misspelled in an article on A1 of Wednesday’s edition.
A photo caption on page A10 of the Sunday edition incorrectly identified Albert Salinas.
The University of Texas Medical Branch was inadvertently omitted from a listing of educational institutions published Sunday in a special advertising section called “Destination Galveston County.”
An article on page A1 of the Aug. 6 edition about a West End automobile accident incorrectly reported which vehicle was on the wrong side of FM 3005. A Subaru Forester was traveling in the wrong lanes of divided FM 3005.
• A story published on A1 of Saturday’s edition of The Daily News incorrectly reported the ages of two people injured in a car accident on Bolivar Peninsula. The two boys in the car were 15 and 16.
• A story on B1 of Monday’s edition was incorrectly attributed. The story about William LaRue was written by Rebecca Sauer.
Two telephone messages left Wednesday for League City City Manager Mark Rohr by a Daily News reporter didn’t specify that comment was being sought for an article appearing Thursday on page A1
An applause headline on page C2 of the Wednesday edition misidentified the Catholic school that had received a donation. The school was Our Lady of Fatima Catholic School in Texas City.
An article on page A1 of Thursday’s edition incorrectly reported the gender of a child who drowned Wednesday evening in League City. The child was a boy.
• An article on page A1 of Saturday’s edition incorrectly reported the first name of Galveston school board President Matthew Hay.
• The editorial under Our View on page B4 of Thursday’s edition incorrectly reported and understated the amount Galveston residents would have to pay for curbside recycling services. The amount is undetermined, but probably would be at least $5 a month, city officials said.
The use of only part of a quote from Galveston City Councilman Ralph McMorris in an article appearing on page A1 Friday may have conveyed an inaccurate tone.
An article on page B1 in Thursday’s edition incorrectly stated that Kroger’s Marketplace concept underway on state Highway 96 and Hobbs Road was across from an H-E-B. It isn’t.
A photo caption on page A1 of Tuesday’s edition should have stated that Arthur Vega II is a past commandant of the Marine Corps League Galveston County Detachment No. 668.
The editorial in “Our View” on page B6 Wednesday incorrectly stated the tentative date of a proposed College of the Mainland bond issue. The bond election is tentatively scheduled for 2017.
• A list of early voting locations was mistakenly published Monday with an article about Election Day voting. The list of voting locations open today, which is Election Day, appears on page A5.
• One site was omitted from a list of early voting places open this week for the runoff election in the race for County Commission Precinct 1. Voter can cast ballots in the Surf Room at Nessler Center, 2010 5th Ave. N. in Texas City.
• An article in Friday’s sports section stated Ball High recorded two hits in its playoff game against Crosby. Ball High recorded three hits: a double by Alvin Lee and singles by Noah Trevino and Jo’el Williams.
An article on page A1 Saturday incorrectly stated the amount of money the Gulf Coast Center is seeking for construction of a Connect Transit administration building and Texas City Emergency Management Department building.
An article on page A1 Tuesday incorrectly reported the first name of the wildlife rehabilitator. Her name is Nara Wilson.
• An article on page A1 of Monday’s edition incorrectly reported the address of the wastewater treatment plant in Dickinson. The address is 4900 Nebraska St.
A article on page A3 of Wednesday’s edition should have identified Syamantak Payra as an Everyday Hero selected for inclusion in the 2016 edition of Profiles, which appears Saturday in The Daily News.
• The headline on a guest column by Galveston City Councilman Norman Pappous appearing on page B4 Sunday was incorrect. In the column, Pappous argued higher wages would be a better solution to poverty than government aid programs.
• An article on page B1 of Friday’s edition incorrectly reported the address of the Sale for Tails event benefiting the Galveston Island Humane Society. The event is at 3718 85th St., and runs from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. today and from 8 a.m. to noon Sunday.
An article on page A1 of Thursday's edition incorrectly reported an agreement between District 3 candidate Steve Kalbaugh and Schultz Properties for the building at 2041 Church Street. The story should have stated the two sides agreed to end Kalbaugh's five-year lease on the property after only two years.
The article on B1 of the Wednesday edition incorrectly identified the FeatherFest photos. They were the third week of photos. The fourth week of photos will be published April 6.
A headline on page B4 of Tuesday’s edition contained two misspelled words. The headline should have read, “The hospital no place for gold, rubies, diamonds.”
The pre-registration phone number for two Master Gardener presentations was reported incorrectly on B8 in Wednesday’s edition. The correct phone number is 281-309-5065.
Alvin Sallee’s byline was left off his column , “Shipboard breakfast a tour of the world,” on Page B6 of Saturday’s paper.
• A story on page A1 of Wednesday’s edition should have attributed opening trial statements to Assistant District Attorney Beverly Armstrong.
A Biz Buzz item on page B6 in Thursday’s edition should have said that Kohl’s has a store in League City and another at 18178 Interstate 45 at El Dorado Boulevard.
A headline on page A1 of Wednesday’s edition incorrectly identified Precinct 2 Constable Jimmy Fullen.
A guest column written by Melvin Williams, former chairman of Galveston’s Park Board of Trustees, was published Thursday on page B4 with the photograph of Melvin D. Williams, an accounting professor at College of the Mainland. The column with the correct picture is reprinted on page B5 of today’s edition.
An item on Page A6 Friday about Proposition No. 1 on Galveston’s May charter referendum ballot should have read:
A headline on page C6 in Sunday's edition of The Daily News was incorrect. It should have stated that Galveston's Artillery Club hosted Club 25's annual dinner and meeting.
Because of an editing error, the name of Tilman Fertitta, CEO of Landry's Inc., was misspelled in the society column on page C7 Sunday.
• Save the Date on Page 88 of the February edition of Coast Monthly should have said the Galveston Symphony Orchestra’s Valentine’s Concert begins at 4 p.m. Feb. 14.
A photograph on page A1 of Friday’s edition was inadvertently reversed during production of that page. The photograph appears here correctly oriented. The photo is of the Delhi Highway, a vehicle carrier owned and operated by K Line. Biehl & Co. is the port agent. The ship on Thursday delivered the first of thousands of BMWs to a new processing facility at Pier 10 that’s a public-private partnership between the Port of Galveston and Wallenius Wilhelmsen.
An article on page A1 of Monday’s edition incorrectly identified the attorney defending Jason Michael Grant. The attorney is Bill Leathers.
An Associated Press story published on A8 of Thursday’s edition incorrectly reported that the Atlantic Coast Conference voted against a measure to allow the Big 12 to stage a football championship game. The ACC voted in favor of the change. The Southeastern Conference voted against the measure.
Faith Focus on Saturday incorrectly ascribed a free screening of the film "Rosenwald" to Congregation Shaar Hashalom in Clear Lake. The column should have stated sponsors included the combined Rotary Clubs of Galveston, the Galveston Ministerial Alliance, Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, Galveston ISD, Galveston Regional Chamber of Commerce and Congregation B'nai Israel.
An article on Page A1 of Tuesday’s edition should have said that Yaga’s Entertainment pays the city of Galveston for the right to organize and promote Mardi Gras.
A story published on A1 of Friday’s edition incorrectly named the attorney for Thomas Ray Graham. The attorney was Adam Brown.
An article on A1 Tuesday incorrectly reported the surname of League City’s spokeswoman. Her name is Angel Lopez.
The Dickinson Holiday Parade mentioned in the Saturday editorial is Thursday, not Tuesday. We apologize for the error and any confusion we caused.
An article on page A1 of Monday’s edition incorrectly reported the days that the Bryan Museum in Galveston is open. The museum is open Friday through Monday.
• An article on page C1 Sunday incorrectly reported the price for child admission to Moody Gardens’ Ice Land festival. The correct price is $21.95 for children and seniors.