A strong second half propelled the Friendswood Mustangs to a 3-1 victory over the Texas City Stings — a key road win to open District 22-5A play.
In what has been a dominant run in district play, the Friendswood Lady Mustangs squad allowed their first goal in district play since March 20, 2018, but went on to rout the Texas City Lady Stingarees, as six different players scored for a 6-1 win in the District 22-5A opener Tuesday night at Henry Winston Stadium.
As we embark upon the new year and decade, we should meditate on the immortal phrase of Martin Luther King Jr., “The fierce urgency of now.” Because of the divisive state that the country is in, without faith, one would ask the question: Do truth and facts matter?
Galveston County commissioners on Monday got their first look at an $8.9 million proposal to expand the county annex building at 174 N. Calder Drive in League City.
The National Historic Trail, part of the U.S. Parks System, would stretch from Galveston to Houston, celebrating news of the emancipation of American slaves.
There is an old saying that goes “if you don’t like the weather just wait five minutes.” While that has not exactly been the case lately, we have certainly seen enough rapid changes over the past few weeks to give us all a case of meteorological whiplash. And, it appears as though this patte…
A justice of the peace, set to be appointed Monday, will soon hear arguments from a business about why it should continue to be allowed to exist.
We believe that a significant hurdle to effective government is the refusal of our leaders to identify, and meet on, middle ground that clearly exists. This politically based rejection of ideas that enjoy a clear majority is born of a gerrymandered system that rewards each party’s less moder…
Leon Joubert III’s inbound pass from under the basket found Jacolby Belle in the paint, and Belle knocked down a contested layup to deliver a 56-55 road win for the Stings in the hostile territory of rival Ball High on Friday night.
Marine Lt. Justin Mills was identified earlier this month and a group of Ball High School educators want to use his identification as a teaching moment.
This is written in response to both Dan Freeman's commentary ("Private charities do good but should be watched," The Daily News, Jan. 12) and Norman Pappous' response ("Let's demand elections for public board members," The Daily News, Jan. 16): Are you guys serious?
Cyndi Fillius tried everything to find her lost dog — signs, scouting the neighborhoods, visiting shelters — but it took a post online to reunite them.