Just when you think you have had about as much cancer drama as you can stand, Gabriela Cowperthwaite’s latest film pivots to a different perspective.
Rising concern among Galveston County Republicans comes after technology companies remove Donald Trump, others from platforms.
Over the holidays, our children gifted us with a couple starter kits for “funky vegetables.” It had delights such as purple carrots, watermelon radishes, striped tomatoes, rainbow chard, red Brussels sprouts, golden zucchini and more. This inspired us to expand our gardening activities with …
Texans are lining up to receive their COVID-19 vaccine and many more are patiently waiting their turn. The good news is that while COVID-19 can be life-threatening, the only medical risk to vaccination is for those with a history of allergic reactions to these vaccines or their ingredients.
I saw on the local news during the weekend of Jan. 17 that 25,000 National Guard members and other law enforcement had been deployed in Washington for the inauguration.
Anglers were fogged in Wednesday, and it appears that fog, although not as bad as Wednesday’s, will be an issue for several days. Friday looks to be the start of better weather. We still are, however, in January, and it appears this year is going to be about normal for the first month of 2021.
Local leaders set up a hub at Walter Hall Park but warn consistent supply is key to making the county's mass vaccination process less chaotic.
Because of the coronavirus pandemic, The Jesse Tree and Universalist Unitarian Fellowship will host their 2021 Empty Bowl fundraiser virtually.
Pruning is a gardening job that is often neglected because gardeners are not sure about how to prune, when to prune and even why pruning is done.
After a brief spell of chilly temperatures, cool to mild conditions are likely to prevail through this weekend. A series of weak cold fronts will keep temperatures from warming up too drastically, but on the other hand, really cold air is unlikely in our area anytime soon.
A key lesson of the COVID-19 pandemic is remote learning has been an abject failure for public schools. That has been obvious for months as even strong students fail, many of the most vulnerable are MIA and burned-out parents struggle to help their children.