The health district announced positive tests for a woman in her 70s, two people in their 20s, three people in their 30s and four people in their 40s.
And because of the virus, many organizations that provide homeless people service are having to modify their operations to reduce spread.
Because of the coronavirus pandemic, Galveston County parents may have to start cooking more for their children, but if they keep it simple and don't stress too much, parents won’t have much trouble.
The coronavirus pandemic has taken away a source of joy, as the entire sports world has been shut down. But, the pandemic also has given us sports fans a couple of pretty good things.
So, while I seldom venture out to our local Walmart for a number of reasons, I did recently in an effort to pick up some bread and milk. With more time on my hands lately, I decided to “explore the store a little more” and saw an older fella with nothing in his shopping cart but a few roles …
The doldrums continue on the fishing scene around Galveston, as fewer anglers are hitting the water. The irony is that it comes at a time when some of the best fishing so far in 2020 is taking place.
Big deal delayed: Rumor has it Texas-based SRH Hospitality Galveston Investments still intends to buy Hotel Galvez and The Tremont House, but the coronavirus crisis has delayed the high-profile transaction.
Leaders at The Daily News last week made a hard, but necessary, decision to restructure our business model in response to the historical impact COVID-19 has had, and will continue to have, on the economy here and elsewhere and on our business of serving the community.
When Coast Monthly went to print on March 16, the world was an altogether different place. Coronavirus had canceled the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo, but organizers of the Galveston County Fair & Rodeo were still hopeful the event, planned for April 17-25, was far enough in the fut…
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program and Medicaid renewal applications will automatically be renewed, the Texas Health and Human Services Commission announced Saturday.
The Sealy & Smith Foundation has awarded $1 million to the University of Texas Medical Branch to buy critical supplies and equipment and expand capacity to care for patients in the midst of the hospital’s coronavirus response.