League City Post 554 was all over West Texas Pecos Post 460 from the get-go, cranking out four home runs in an 18-0 run-ruled win in the American Legion baseball state tournament championship Friday at Lutheran South Academy.
Friday, conditions began improving with light south to southeast wind prevailing over our area. Brandon Rowan and Kelly Groce, of Mariner Magazine, joined me for a morning of fishing that turned out to be much slower than we anticipated.
In Galveston County, one city’s economic development problem is another’s pursuit.
The Bay Area Houston Economic Partnership, a nonprofit organization dedicated to economic growth in the region, anticipates more aerospace projects this year at the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center than ever before.
Cheap natural gas and a high demand for gasoline at the pump are fueling stability in the local petrochemical industry for at least the foreseeable future, according to an industry economist and Marathon Petroleum Corporation CEO.
In 1975, Capt. Wally Jakubas and wife, Barbara, began looking for a marina to buy.
Galveston’s tourism industry announced a major milestone in 2015.
With a hospital tower rising in Galveston and a major campus expansion under way in League City, UTMB has weathered the storm.
In a year that saw a lot of changes in the petrochemical industry in Texas City, Marathon’s takeover of BP’s Texas City refinery was the biggest.
With its booming population, traffic problems and infrastructure needs, League City left behind its small-town days long ago. But this city founded by ranchers and farmers hasn’t completely lost its small-town charm.
Isaac Hyatt and Rick Carey have found vocations that would have been common more than 100 years ago, but they are out of the ordinary today.
Local and state real estate experts paint a more positive picture of the local real estate market.