The Creative Collab, under the executive artistic direction of Bryan-Keyth Wilson, a La Marque native, will present “For Colored Boyz on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown/When Freedom Ain’t Enuff” March 29, March 30, April 5 and April 6 in the Moody Arts Center at Rice University at 6100 Main…
District play in 24-6A and 22-5A began just last week, but there are already plenty of interesting developments — with things expected to continue to get more interesting in Friday’s slate of games.
It was welcome news Thursday that the city of Galveston and the board overseeing the police pension had reached at least a broad, tentative agreement about steps to get the plan on firmer financial footing and into compliance with state rules.
Following up on the kind of success Jordan Peele had with directorial debut “Get Out” was always going to be an anticipated event, hard to satisfy. “Us” will please the fans who discovered “Get Out” before it became a phenomenon and Oscar winner. What it won’t do, is make the leap to awards …
Ball High came close to pulling off a trifecta at the Peter Andrew Sunseri Memorial Team Tennis Tournament on Thursday.
A program that allows those with disabilities to get reduced-rate taxi rides will pull back on night hours.
Looming derrick highlights lack of local control over oil and gas operations, city officials said.
Investigators suspect some occupants of a vehicle that rolled over during the chase were involved in a Sunday shooting in La Marque.
Setting up the conditions for a better night’s sleep may involve changing the environment or changing the individual.
Anchor Point Ministries will offer a private premiere screening of the new movie, “Unplanned: The Abby Johnson Story” at 6:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. on March 28 at the Cinemark 18, 20915 Gulf Freeway, Webster.
The bipartisan bill House Resolution 763 — Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act of 2019 was introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives Jan. 24. This bill aims to reduce carbon pollution by 40 percent within 10 years with a 91 percent reduction by 2050.
I was saddened to read about the passing of Wayne Combs ("Founder of Galveston Boys' Club, Wayne Combs dies at 82," The Daily News, March 19). Wayne was a good friend. He was truly dedicated to the club's youth members and mission.
I’m a digital immigrant. I was born into a world of rotary dial telephones and slide rules, cash registers that resembled slot machines, schools without air conditioning, encyclopedias that occupied an entire shelf in the book case, and paper maps that unfolded to fill the front seat of the …
Southbound drivers will need to use the Holland Road or FM 2004 exit ramps.
Students are being kept inside three Dickinson schools this afternoon as police search for a person involved in a chase.