Dr. Robin Armstrong was appointed to replace longtime commissioner Ken Clark, who died last week.
Galveston County's attorneys argue the Supreme Court should decide on a redistricting lawsuit in Alabama before discrimination claims in Galveston County are argued.
In a late Friday announcement, the Electric Reliability Council of Texas said six power generation facilities had gone offline and asked people across the state to conserve power.
A falling light pole damaged five vehicles on the causeway on Monday. Officials have ruled out crashes, weather, faulty bolts and construction as potential causes.
A national shortage of baby formula began in February, but appears to have reached a critical level in recent days. Now, some county parents are banding together to help each other find the food they need for their young children.
We’re excited to celebrate National Salvation Army Week, which runs through Sunday. Since December 1891, The Salvation Army of Galveston County has faithfully and consistently worked to help those in need from our community, 365 days a year.
Late county commissioner Ken Clark was set to be an unopposed nominee on November's general ballot. After this death, his successor will be chosen by a small group of Republican precinct chairs who live in Clark's precinct.
Dorothy from “The Wizard of Oz” said it best — “there’s no place like home” — and I couldn’t agree more. That’s the theme of our largest fundraising event, “The No Place Like Home” fundraiser scheduled for 6 p.m. July 14 in the Music Hall in the newly renovated Grand Galvez Hotel.
A county commissioner representing northern Galveston County since 1998, Clark was a trailblazer in Galveston County's conservative movement.
Major federal investments have supercharged the dredging work planned in Texas waters and the industry at large.
The Galveston chapter of the League of United Latin American Citizens, or LULAC, plans Saturday to hold its annual Cinco De Mayo celebration in front of the Galveston County Courthouse, 722 21st Street.
A truck driver was taken to the hospital to be treated for minor injuries, police said. The accident could cause delays for people driving north from Galveston.