DEAR ABBY: My husband and I have been close friends with a woman named "Louise" for five years. Recently, we were all hanging out, and Louise got very drunk and tried to massage lotion into my husband's hands. She also hugged him and wouldn't let go, although he put his hands at his side and…
Local diners are waking up to more choices than ever, as breakfast-focused restaurants move into the area. Morning-friendly chains like First Watch, Snooze, The Toasted Yolk and Eggcellence are expanding the county’s notions of what breakfast can be.
All things seem to revolve around the coronavirus outbreak of 2020. Things feel uncertain, surreal and downright scary at times. Working from home with children or caring for family members can make it a challenge to balance professional demands and family obligations with physical activity …
The oldest known lullaby is a Babylonian lullaby found inscribed on a clay tablet about 4,000 years old. Lullabies are used to sooth babies to sleep.
It’s the one word that can make a devastating cancer diagnosis even worse — metastasis. Metastasis is the process where cancer cells leave the place where they first formed and travel throughout the body and form tumors at other sites.
DEAR ABBY: I've been dating a guy for five years. We were high school classmates and became close friends shortly after that. Abby, he's the man of my dreams. I've been in love with him since we were 16 years old. We married other people, but we are divorced now and we are together.
But this week promises many of the same frustrations occurring over the past seven weeks — limited supplies, overwhelming demand, overwhelmed infrastructure, desperate searchers and questions about who's getting vaccinations, who's not and why that is.
DEAR ABBY: My son had a yearlong affair with his wife's best friend, which started when the two families took vacations together. My husband and I have always been close to our daughter-in-law and our grandchildren, ages 6 and 10, as well as our son. The divorces are final now, and the lover…
Districts across the county have seen a higher percentage of students failing last semester than the previous year.
DEAR ABBY: Our 21-year-old daughter has been home since March when the pandemic began. She has always been a homebody. Our house is small, and my wife and I no longer can be alone or be physically intimate because our daughter prevents it.
DEAR ABBY: I have been a nurse for 10 years and love taking care of my patients. I have worked at a midsize hospital for 2 1/2 years.
Joe Pizzuto — Banana Joe and Baseball Joe, as he’s fondly known — is a national treasure and a local celebrity in Galveston County. Born on Jan. 3, 1921, in New Orleans, Pizzuto has never been one to sit on the sidelines.
In 1999, the company Susan Chapa worked for in Galveston downsized operationally, and she was transferred to the accounting department. Chapa knew that wasn’t the job for her and started looking.