The area’s transit fleet may see some significant upgrades to the way it collects fares and tracks its buses — if the city of Galveston can come up with the change.
A year ago, Ball High’s Essence Thomas was an unheralded sophomore who was a surprise state meet qualifier in the Class 5A girls triple jump. That all changed when, competing against many more experienced athletes, Thomas took home a third-place state medal.
The key component to reaching your goals is momentum. Once you’ve gained momentum, everything gets easier.
Several interesting points arise in a bill U.S. Sen. John Cornyn filed last week, which he argues could expedite some project to protect the region from hurricanes.
A new generation has appeared, but because it differs in form and function from its predecessors, we must summarize its history, not simply give it another cute label.
The Galveston Island Humane Society pets of the week are Nubi and Mickey.
PITTSBURGH (AP) — Ben Zobrist hit a three-run home run, Anthony Rizzo also connected and Jon Lester worked out of a pair of jams to lead the Chicago Cubs over the Pittsburgh Pirates 6-2 Wednesday for a three-game sweep.
ST. LOUIS (AP) — St. Louis Blues forward Scottie Upshall has numerous family members who live in Fort McMurray, Alberta, including a brother and his fiancé, plus aunts, uncles and nieces.
Posted: Thursday, September 20, 2012 10:05 am | Updated: Thursday, January 3, 2013 2:28 pm.
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