DEAR ABBY: My former husband had an affair years ago, and when our divorce was final, he married the woman he was involved with. I'll call her "Libby."
At the Galveston County Food Bank, everyone is essential when it comes to ending hunger in the community. This attitude truly epitomizes the hearts and souls of the dedicated men and women who work or volunteer at the food bank, 624 Fourth Ave. N in Texas City.
DEAR ABBY: I have been in a relationship with my boyfriend for a little over five months. We have enjoyed spending time with each other, but we never have deep, meaningful conversations, and I feel that it's negatively impacting our relationship.
“End of Sentence” marks the return of Logan Lerman, who can later be seen in the Sundance breakout “Shirley.” He flexes his dramatic muscle more in this performance, literally, boasting a more muscular physique, tattoos and a bad boy persona unseen in his previous work.
'We found a platform that allowed for live groups to continue and systematized an approach that each teacher could use as a template for each one’s unique teaching style." — Fanfare Lutheran Music Academy Executive Director June Collins Pulliam
DEAR ABBY: My husband and I are 58 and getting ready to celebrate our first wedding anniversary. We knew each other in college, but were just friends back then. After college, we married others and raised children. We stayed married to our spouses for close to 30 years.
DEAR ABBY: I married my husband 40 years ago. A few years later, he was diagnosed with diabetes. He refused to take care of himself and ended up with double leg amputations 13 years ago. He had prosthetics but wouldn't use them. I stood by him and was his advocate, but he blamed me!
After weeks of shelter-at-home actions because of the COVID-19 crisis, home tomato growers are especially gratefully to be able to harvest the tasty fruits of their labors. The one fly in the ointment for tomato growers this time of year is a pale green caterpillar with black and white marki…
If you had a chance to prevent your children from developing cancer 20, 30 or more years in the future, would you do it? For at least one disease, that option is available now. However, only half the people who could benefit are taking advantage of this opportunity to prevent human papilloma…