What a blessed getaway for my wife and I. We stayed in Rockport for the last two days. I was amazed at how this little town of 10,000 people had a public fishing pier, numerous restaurants, shops and three large tackle stores. I have always wondered why Galveston does not have an independent…
Independence Day gets all the fireworks, but Americans should take the time during Constitution Week, which runs through Sept. 23, to reflect on and celebrate the document that became the official framework of our government in 1788 when it was ratified by the necessary nine states.
As if on cue, the cold front is due to reach the upper-Texas coast late Tuesday or early Wednesday, just as the Autumn Equinox arrives on Sept. 22 at precisely 2:21 p.m.
"Horse Girls: Recovering, Aspiring, and Devoted Riders Redefine the Iconic Bond," edited by Halimah Marcus, 2021, Harper Perennial, 304 pages, $17
I covered the Knights’ 37-21 victory over Katy Cinco Ranch, and I have a couple extra tidbits on that game, as well as some thoughts on the Houston Texans’ 31-21 loss against the Cleveland Browns.
The Houston Cougars (2-1) got the job done and easily overwhelmed the Grambling State Tigers (1-2) 45-0 on Friday night at TDECU Stadium, but it came at a cost with QB Clayton Tune going down with a hamstring injury.
Minding manors: After well more than a year of work and renovation, businessman and island art gallery owner Graham George is preparing to open boutique hotel The George Manor, 1502 Market St. in Galveston. George plans to open the eight-suite hotel in a historic 1860 house originally built …
Many large, local businesses still are waiting on exact guidance from the federal government on how they'll be required to enforce vaccine and testing rules.
There were some valid initial reasons to question President Joe Biden’s recent order compelling employers of 100 or more workers to take steps meant to curb the spread of COVID-19.
The past two mornings, I’ve really enjoyed my walks along the Corpus Christi waterfront seawall. Built in 1939 to protect the city from hurricanes, it offers free parking, large bathroom facilities, outside showers and covered gazebos built seaward. I do admit it’s nice.
The new name was announced at the Texas City Independent School District Board of Trustees meeting Thursday.