Because of COVID-19, the NFL only had two NFL games on Thanksgiving. While everyone is overindulging on the couch from Thanksgiving leftovers, the NFL will prepare for Week 12.
The Lady Mustangs recorded a 25-20, 25-22, 25-17 sweep of district and Galveston County rival Texas City in their Region III-5A quarterfinal playoff match Saturday afternoon at La Porte High School.
What’s that? An inquiring reader emailed: “Can you please tell me what that huge — by local standards — building is that is located to the west, sort of behind Buc-ee’s in Texas City? It looks too big for a hotel or multi-family residences.”
Christine Jorgensen is an old hat at creating, marketing and rallying the troops to help charities raise money for their causes. At age 19, she graduated from the Art Institute of Houston. She sprang to prominence after winning the 1st Red Adair Offshore Blowout in Galveston.
Brain fog, fatigue, pains, hair loss and breathing trouble are some of the symptoms people recovering from COVID-19 report months after their initial diagnoses.
On a warm fall day, Moody Gardens Convention Center, 7 Hope Blvd. in Galveston, was buzzing with excitement as attendees made their way to the Galveston Regional Chamber of Commerce’s 13th annual Galveston Women’s Conference.
Stings running back Semaj McCall ripped up the Indians defense with 341 yards and six touchdowns on 22 carries as Texas City kept its playoff hopes alive in a wild 60-34 win over PN-G at TCISD Stadium.
Over the past several years, this weekend has been one of the best for flounder fishing. This year, the flat fish are here and running. However, the weather looks to be an obstacle in getting out to catch them.
This just hurts: For the first time in 65 years, children who call NORAD on Dec. 24 might not get to speak to a living, breathing person to learn the exact location of you-know-who during his Christmas Eve flight around the world.
Holiday shopping time is here, and, as usual, there are plenty of new goodies that make great Christmas or Hannukah gifts for runners. Regardless of their pace or usual distance, runners love to be recognized with a gift that makes their pursuit even more enjoyable.
People are buying more online and stores are spacing out their deals to capture the fewer dollars at large this holiday season.
Many families had to forgo their gathering for Thanksgiving this year, choosing a few empty places at the table now to avoid permanent empty places for years to come.