By WES SWIFT
The Daily News
Developers for a 300-lot housing development in east Texas City cleared another hurdle Wednesday.
City commissioners approved a development agreement with Galveston Bay Investors, LLC, a League City-based development company, allowing its 85 acres west of Pelican Harbour Drive to be annexed into a municipal utility district in exchange for certain housing requirements and obligations.
If it has a motor, students in Dickinson High School’s advanced automotive class can fix it.
So, when a 1942 fire truck, donated to the Dickinson Volunteer Fire Department in September, was brought in to the school’s automotive shop with the goal to get it back up and running, Brad Vandenhul and his class eagerly took on the challenge.
TEXAS CITY - Fans won’t see their names much in box scores, but players like the Texas City Stings’ Ralph Anderson, Trinton Murphy and Anthony Salazar are crucial when it comes to the statistic that matters most — wins and losses.
Previews of Thursday night's high school football action including a District 24-6A matchup between Dickinson and Clear Falls as well as La Marque's game with Houston Worthing.
With all the current political debate on the subject of immigration, it might be helpful to consider this topic in a broader context. What's the difference between immigration and an invasion?
My name is Cindy Totty and I would like to invite you to Texas City’s 15th Annual Oktoberfest by the Bay from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday at Memorial Lutheran Church, 2021 29th St. N., in Texas City.
Sharon Michelle never imagined a life in clairvoyance until death stepped in. Since then her life has never been the same, which she believes is a positive for her and for others.
Playwright/director Linda Elissalde has done it again! She’s spiffed up the free sixth annual Jane Long Festival play to give a new fresh look to the Mother of Texas’ extraordinary stay on Bolivar Peninsula. The festival set for 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at historic Fort Travis Seashore Park on Bolivar, honors the woman who not only has been elevated to the status of “Mother of Texas,” but also became the inspiration Bolivar Peninsula folks looked to for the endurance and determination they needed to rebuild after the devastation of Hurricane Ike.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — An ex-convict accused of practicing medicine without a license in Las Vegas says he believes in an anti-authority sovereign citizen philosophy and learned to perform surgery from online videos.
WASHINGTON (AP) — As many as four of the 26 long-range cruise missiles that Russia said it fired at Syrian targets landed instead in Iran, U.S. defense officials said Thursday.
Posted: Sunday, March 16, 2014 1:00 am
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By WES SWIFT
The Daily News
Posted in Local news on Sunday, March 16, 2014 1:00 am.
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