Applications for the early college high school program, set to begin in August, are open only to incoming freshmen via the Texas City Independent School District website until Feb. 10.
Texas City standout Clovis McCain, scoreless in the opening half and saddled with two fouls, dominated the second half with 20 points as the Stings rallied to knock off the Mustangs 36-34 in a tight-fisted boys basketball game Friday night.
The Stings out-scored the Tors 16-5 during a stretch that lasted from the 5:51 mark of the third quarter to the 5:57 mark of the fourth, which gave Texas City just enough cushion to come away with a 50-48 win over Ball High at home.
Businesses offering key items people would need to make it through unusually cold weather were very busy Thursday.
In what was a back-and-forth finish to the teams’ District 18-5A opener at Texas City High School, Clovis McCain calmly drained two free throws with 0.6 seconds on the clock for the go-ahead points in the Stings’ thrilling 51-50 win over the Mavericks.
The Moody Foundation this week pledged $100,000 to The Salvation Army of Galveston County to match every dollar raised in the Red Kettle Campaign by Christmas Eve.
Recent swarms contain greater numbers of Aedes sollicitans mosquitos that can carry the potentially deadly Eastern equine encephalitis virus.
Population growth and COVID-driven scattering among the forces pushing rental housing costs toward "too damn high," market watcher said.
The iconic Hospice Tree of Lights of the holiday season is back for a 33rd year with the lighting Thursday atop The Daily News building in Galveston.
Today, 81 years after the fact, the words Pearl Harbor mean something profound to Americans. For a few, the words and the date linked to them mark personal lines of demarcation; the point at which their lives changed forever.
The victim was a male in the age range of 15 to 17 years old; he was not vaccinated against the flu and had pre-existing medical conditions, health officials said.
The co-hosting Clear Falls Knights had just enough gas left in their tanks to bring the Carlisle-Krueger Classic championship trophy back into Clear Creek ISD’s possession as they held on for a gritty 45-38 win over the Fort Bend Clements Rangers to take home the tournament title Saturday at Carlisle Fieldhouse.
A scaled back Carlisle-Krueger Classic had no shortage of high quality opponents for the four Galveston County boys basketball teams entered in the tournament, which began Thursday.