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Ribbon cutting opens new League City pool

Ribbon cutting opens new League City pool

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LEAGUE CITY — For years now, Perla Dougherty has been waiting for the pool at Hometown Heroes Park to open. 

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Six months after son’s death, a mother waits for answers

Six months after son’s death, a mother waits for answers

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GALVESTON — More than six months after her 22-year-old-son was run down and killed, Tonya Milburn has more questions than answers.

Councilman’s factory gets commission endorsement

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GALVESTON — District 3 Councilman Ralph McMorris got a step closer Tuesday to resolving a zoning problem with the city over his business.

Trial opens for woman accused of killing husband

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SANTA FE — The trial of a Santa Fe woman accused of shooting her husband began Tuesday with opening statements describing a night of karaoke t…

Man found stabbed in street in critical condition Tuesday night

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GALVESTON - A 47-year-old man was found stabbed and lying on the sidewalk in the 1300 block of 35th Street Tuesday night, police said.

Trash cans get makeover to help clean up Bolivar Peninsula

Trash cans get makeover to help clean up Bolivar Peninsula

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BOLIVAR PENINSULA — In the next few weeks, every business on the Bolivar Peninsula will have a new addition to its storefront — a trash barrel…

Coast Guard ends search for alleged ferry jumper

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GALVESTON — Coast Guard officials believe a man who jumped overboard a Galveston-Port Bolivar ferry Monday morning is dead. 

Council seeks expansion of isle’s housing authority board

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GALVESTON — City council approved a resolution Monday asking state legislators to expand the size of the Galveston Housing Authority’s board o…

La Marque rolls out new municipal website, mobile app

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LA MARQUE — The city of La Marque rolled out a new website and mobile phone app that city officials say will be more interactive and may help …

Men sentenced to 25 years in carjacking

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LA MARQUE — A jury Thursday sentenced a man convicted on two counts of aggravated robbery to 25 years in prison in an armed carjacking at a carwash. 

Fewer than 1,000 people cast ballots for May elections

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Today is the last day for voters in seven Galveston County communities who are casting votes in 12 different elections. Based on voter turnout…

Dogs, cats center of first City Hall in the Park

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LEAGUE CITY — The first of the city’s meetings in parks instead of city hall is scheduled for Thursday.

City to lower I-45 speed limits, but timeline uncertain

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LA MARQUE — City officials aren’t sure when or for how long, but soon speed limits along Interstate 45 North will drop to a maximum speed of 5…

Annual hurricane town hall meeting Thursday

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LA MARQUE — The city of La Marque’s annual hurricane town hall meeting will be Thursday at 6 p.m. in the La Marque City Council Chambers, 1109…

Police identify 51-year-old victim in fatal crash

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DICKINSON — Police have identified the 51-year-old man who was killed after crashing into a parked wrecker truck Sunday night. 

One dead in FM 517 rollover accident

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DICKINSON — A 64-year-old man is dead after his car rolled over in a single-vehicle accident Sunday afternoon, police said. 

Santa Fe man dead 2 weeks after accident

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SANTA FE — A 57-year-old man has died after he was thrown from his motorcycle in an April 19 accident, police said. 

Ferry operations resume, seach continues for man overboard

Ferry operations resume, seach continues for man overboard

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GALVESTON — The Galveston-Port Bolivar ferries have resumed operations as U.S. Coast Guard search teams continue to look for a man who jumped …

Blessing the Fleet

Blessing the Fleet

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Kemah held its annual Blessing of the Fleet ceremony on Sunday afternoon at the Kemah Boardwalk. The ceremony marks the beginning of the fishi…

May the Fourth be with you

May the Fourth be with you

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The inside of Space Center Houston looked like the Cantina Sunday afternoon as droids, Jedis, storm troopers and bounty hunters celebrated Sta…

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