Galveston County residents and businesses are conserving energy and wondering whether lawmakers went far enough to make things right after the Texas freeze.
Juneteenth picnics aren’t anything new. Historical documents show that even the first anniversary of the historic reading of the order freeing enslaved people in Galveston was celebrated throughout Texas with picnics and prayers.
Citing family matters, Galveston County Judge Mark Henry said Tuesday he wouldn't attempt to replace George P. Bush as Texas Land Commissioner.
How hot is too hot to exercise outside? Evaporation of sweat cools the body, so when it’s humid, evaporation is prevented and the cooling effect is diminished or gone.
College of the Mainland's Gulf Coast Safety Institute Center for Risk Management was one of 11 organizations statewide to receive a safety education grant from Texas Mutual Insurance Co., according to the company.
What if you could get a vaccine to eliminate cancer and keep it from returning? That could be a real game changer. A new anti-cancer vaccine is moving into phase 1 clinical testing after results in animal testing showed it to be 90 percent effective and safe.
School is out, and nutrition still matters. That’s why we created the Kidz Pacz program at the Galveston County Food Bank. During the summer months, many children who depend on free or reduced-cost meals at school often struggle to have enough food at home.
National Reunification Month is celebrated in June of each year to recognize the people and efforts around the country that help families stay together.
Contrary to assertions floating around the social media ether, employers have a right to ask about the COVID-19 vaccination status of their employees.
With the approval of every city in the county, Galveston County commissioners took more control of the United Board of Health and appointed five new people to lead the organization.
The United States Golf Association (USGA) annually invites any and all golfers to attempt to qualify to play in the United States Open Golf Championship. Don’t pack your clubs and head for the nearest qualifying venue: it’s already too late, so, maybe 2022 will be your year.
James Templer’s commentary ("For democracy's sake, Banana Republicans must go," The Daily News, June 12-13) demonstrates the problem of imprecise language in political discussion.
Kudos to James Templer on his excellent critique of the Texas Grand Old Party leadership deciding that fealty to the disgraced twice impeached insurrectionist-in-chief is more important than supporting democracy ("For democracy's sake, Banana Republicans must go," The Daily News, June 12-13).
Let’s start with the definition of unpredictable, which is, “not being able to be predicted” — much like the weather here in Texas.