Owner surrenders of cats and dogs have increased in recent months after decreasing during the first year of the pandemic, according to data from PetPoint, a website that analyzes data from more than 1,000 animal welfare organizations in the United States.
Business owners can’t find workers to fill their jobs. But people everywhere are looking for work. What gives?
Little lagniappe: As promised, La Marque’s cuisine scene just got a little spicier. Husband-and-wife team Kendrick and Deshanda Barrow this week launched The Bourbon Bayou Catering & Takeout food truck at Gulfway Plaza, 11001 Delany Road.
Text messages between Angelique Campbell and Daron Gills show them planning to kill a Galveston man, according to new documents released Friday.
As we continue to emerge from the pandemic, there’s a sense of relief and optimism that things will return to normal. Long-awaited family gatherings, birthday parties and graduation ceremonies are finally happening in person. Sporting events have fans in the stands, airports are busy and we …
The Daily News takes a look at the Galveston County volleyball teams in District 24-6A heading into the 2021 season.
Even in the midst of “should they or shouldn’t they,” the 2020 Olympics are moving forward. It all begins officially with the opening ceremony of the Tokyo Olympics on Friday evening.
Galveston’s own Hamilton Loomis, an international recording musician who has performed all around the world, will be back in our neck of the woods this weekend.
The city of League City rejected a proposal to potentially fund public electric vehicle charging stations, but other places in the county are looking to get in on the grants.