How will COVID-19 change this Festival of Lights, which celebrates a successful Jewish revolt against foreign oppression?
Recently, I started the day outside on our deck under a clear pre-dawn sky. The stars were brilliant, Orion settling in the west. A meteorite streaked across the sky just before the east began to fade into gray. No sooner had the crimson and gold dissolved into the soft pastels of morning th…
Turbulent conditions across the Galveston Bay Complex and offshore Gulf of Mexico remind me of one of the major concerns for boaters this time of year, and that is capsizing. While this is of concern year-round, it warrants special attention from December through the early spring.
Concerning the article about the runoff city council election between Wes Chorn and Justin Hicks: Now that their platforms are abundantly clear, it's easy for me to make a decision concerning this city council slot ("Conservative creds, experience among issues in runoff," The Daily News, Nov. 27).
The Daily News has a long-standing policy against publishing letters and guest columns backing or attacking candidates on Election Day. In every election, just as voters go to the polls, we get last-minute allegations of facts we can’t verify.
Flounder have been the focal point of coastal fishing and fishing reports for several weeks now. However, with conditions settling and the peak of the run behind us, other fish will start getting attention.
Galveston County and the other counties in Trauma Service Area R could join at least 71 other counties in Texas under more intense COVID restrictions.
A 379 percent increase. It seems almost impossible that the food pantry at St. Vincent’s House in Galveston has increased the amount of groceries it has distributed by 379 percent — from 48,000 pounds of food last year to 230,000 pounds this year.
The Christmas season always brings a wave of nostalgia, and residents of the East End Historic District are experiencing two.
Missing four key players in COVID-19 quarantine, Clear Springs still put up a strong fight but couldn’t overcome the odds against the Katy Lady Tigers, who won Tuesday’s Region III-6A semifinal volleyball match at the Merrell Center 13-25, 25-16, 25-22, 25-22.