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An $8.4 million project to expand a U.S. Marine Corps Reserve building in Galveston could be canceled to free up money to build a proposed wall along the U.S.-Mexico border, according to military officials.

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Many obstacles prevent families from eating home-cooked, healthy foods, which are inextricably tied to accessibility, income disparity, education and class. Galveston’s Own Farmers Market contributes toward a different idea of the local foods movement, one cognizant of long-established socia…

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A Galveston County family is suing a Texas City doctor’s office and one of its employees, asserting they failed to read a test properly and it led to their father’s death from a heart attack shortly afterward.

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Spring will officially arrive on Wednesday, accompanied by a full moon and probably clear enough skies to make for a fine spring evening. Sunny skies through the end of week may also cheer up those weary of the persistent clouds, fog and rain that have prevailed over the past couple of month…

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News of Paterson’s abrupt resignation came late Monday. Calls to the chamber, Paterson and Provenzano went unreturned by deadline Monday.

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Officials on Friday identified the man who died as while in custody of the Galveston County Jail as a La Marque man who had been arrested in January.

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Almost two months before voters decide about three bond propositions, the city council late Tuesday took the first steps in an $11.2 million project to reconstruct part of Grissom Road.

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Starting at 9 p.m. Friday, crews will close traffic going both directions on state Highway 96 at the northbound frontage road of Interstate 45 so they can install a box culvert for the storm sewer system, said Danny Perez, spokesman for the department.

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Jodie Aquirre, a first-year starting pitcher for Alvin High School’s softball squad, kept Clear Creek swinging and missing most of the night in a tight-fisted 2-1 District 24-6A victory in eight innings on Friday night.

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Parents, you may not think your teen is listening, but you make the biggest difference. Research from the Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration (www.samhsa.gov) shows that the No. 1 influence on youth behavior is still parents.

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The Board of Pilot Commissioners for Galveston County has found itself thrust into the spotlight as fights erupt over rising rates and fog delays greatly affecting waterfront commerce.

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With temperatures in the 40s, pitcher Megan Lee leaned heavily on off-speed pitches to throw a complete game shutout, and the Wildcats batters took advantage of Dickinson miscues as Clear Creek topped the Lady Gators, 9-0.

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A strong cold front sent overnight temperatures plunging to as low as 30 degrees over inland parts of the county. Fortunately, as predicted, Galveston Island and areas close to the bay, avoided freezing temperatures with morning lows of 35 degrees at Scholes International Airport in Galvesto…

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The Galveston County Criminal District Attorney’s Office has received federal funding to promote community awareness of crime victims’ rights and services during National Crime Victims’ Rights Week, which will be April 7 through April 13.

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“There have only been about seven meetings about this massive, $32 billion project on the coast,” said Doug Peterson, an organizer of March 7’s Bay Area Storm Surge Flood Forum.

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Kenneth John Fontenot, 51, has been charged with two counts of possession or promotion of child pornography, jail records show. He is in the League City jail on $40,000 bond, jail records show.

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First baseman Chloe Jackson’s walk-off RBI sacrifice fly in the bottom of the ninth broke a scoreless stalemate to give the Knights a 1-0 win over the Chargers on Friday night in a game marked by excellent pitching and defense.

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Norman Lee Schlotter, 39, has been charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, Sheriff Henry Trochesset said. He was in the Galveston County jail as of late Thursday on $80,000 bond, Trochesset said.

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Weather continues to plague Galveston County area high school sports. This time it was the second attempt by Clear Springs and Clear Falls to open their District 24-6A softball seasons.