The Daily News has a long-standing policy against publishing letters and guest columns backing candidates on Election Day.
As with most things, the pandemic has forced people to recalibrate and be creative with their annual events. This year’s eighth annual Brushes By the Beach Plein Air Art Contest, sponsored by the G. Lee Gallery, 2217 Strand, is no different.
Among Galveston County's cities, League City has the most COVID-19-related deaths with 45 deaths. Texas City has 39 deaths and Galveston has 26 deaths.
The big news on the fishing front is that a genuine golden croaker run took place Friday, and that otherwise saved the day for fishing.
Galveston County Judge Mark Henry last week signed off on an executive order requiring poll workers to allow residents to vote without wearing masks. Any poll worker who tries to stop a bare-faced voter from casting a ballot risks a $1,000 fine, according to Henry’s order.
With more than 300 active houses of worship, Our Faith has always avoided awarding the title of Oldest Congregation or Senior Cleric. We might be wrong — which would never do in these pages.
A confrontation between a 15-year-old student, school employees and sheriff's office deputies has sparked internal investigations.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and Texas General Land Office will begin accepting comments on a new version of the Coastal Texas Study beginning Friday.
When I listen to the insults and accusations political candidates continue to level against their opponents, I want to throw up my hands. I find myself wishing for an earlier era when politicians were more civil, when the world was stable and people were in agreement.
Several readers have asked why we are having unusually high tide levels lately. The answer lies in the wind direction and velocity.