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The Houston Cougars (2-1) got the job done and easily overwhelmed the Grambling State Tigers (1-2) 45-0 on Friday night at TDECU Stadium, but it came at a cost with QB Clayton Tune going down with a hamstring injury.
Firefighters from departments across Galveston County gathered in downtown Texas City to test their skills at the sixth annual Firefighter Games on Saturday.
The event was geared toward teaching residents more about gardening, sustainability and environmentally friendly living.
Residents in need of food assistance drove to La Marque City Hall on Saturday to pick up donations from the Salvation Army.
Grace Episcopal Church will have a silent auction from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.; and a chili supper from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. Oct. 2 at Jinkins Hall on the corner of 36th Street and Avenue K in Galveston. Tickets are $10 per person for the supper. For information, call 409-762-9676.
Much like in last week’s win over Deer Park, Clear Falls was hit with a big shot from a tough opponent to start the second half only to immediately answer with an even bigger blow on special teams, which ignited the entire team.
Behind five huge first-half touchdowns from Luke Martin and Marquis Johnson, the Gators ended Pasadena Dobie’s 15-game regular season win streak with a 48-27 victory at Sam Vitanza Stadium on Friday night.
Many large, local businesses still are waiting on exact guidance from the federal government on how they'll be required to enforce vaccine and testing rules.
Minding manors: After well more than a year of work and renovation, businessman and island art gallery owner Graham George is preparing to open boutique hotel The George Manor, 1502 Market St. in Galveston. George plans to open the eight-suite hotel in a historic 1860 house originally built …
Three first-half turnovers and second-half injuries plagued the Clear Creek Wildcats as they fell 57-7 on the road Friday night at Legacy Stadium to Katy Tompkins.
The Clear Falls Knights squared off against the Cinco Ranch Cougars at Veterans Memorial Stadium in League City on Friday night. The Knights came away with a 37-21 victory to continue their unbeaten streak.
This time of year, many Galvestonians become armchair meteorologists. We watch the weather and seek out sources of information when it comes to hurricanes and major storms that develop in the tropics and in the Gulf.
Did you know that, of the Port of Galveston’s total 840 acres, 357 acres are on Pelican Island? While the port’s Galveston Island acreage is almost fully developed, more than 300 acres with waterfront access are available for greenfield development on Pelican Island.
A third shot of the Pfizer vaccine also increases protection against the more contagious delta variant, University of Texas Medical Branch research shows.
Officials around Galveston County have collected hundreds of reports of damage from this week's windstorm.
Although displaced wildlife is a common sight after a storm, the number of baby squirrels has been far greater than normal after Hurricane Nicholas' winds knocked nests out of trees.
In a low-scoring affair, the wins keep coming in for Bay Area Christian as the team shut out Rosehill Christian 17-0 on Friday night at home to make its record 4-0.
As a gardener, have you ever wanted to take a peek into someone’s backyard garden? Maybe just curious to see and enjoy their plants? The League City Garden Club’s 10th annual Garden Walk will provide the opportunity to do precisely that with self-guided tours from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sept. 25.
On Saturday afternoon, Aug. 14, more than 40 ladies of Galveston and Houston gathered to celebrate Kathy Rush‘s 65th Birthday at Judy Breitenbach‘s home in Pirates Cove.
Current rules don't allow residents to build accessory structures, like boat houses, on empty lots.
This week’s Galveston County Animal Resource Center pets of the week are Rebel and Sadie.
There were some valid initial reasons to question President Joe Biden’s recent order compelling employers of 100 or more workers to take steps meant to curb the spread of COVID-19.
The anti-science agenda of Grand Old Party leadership is a threat to our state. Their pandering to disinformation and unproven theories for political gain, combined with fueling anti-vaxxers and anti-maskers in the name of personal freedom, undermines the fight to contain COVID-19.
The past two mornings, I’ve really enjoyed my walks along the Corpus Christi waterfront seawall. Built in 1939 to protect the city from hurricanes, it offers free parking, large bathroom facilities, outside showers and covered gazebos built seaward. I do admit it’s nice.
MANAKIN SABOT — VAN MANEN, John “Bill” William, MD, 66, of Manakin Sabot, Va., passed peacefully on September 3, 2021 after a short and brave battle with gastric cancer. Bill was born in November of 1954 to Milton H. Van Manen Jr. (Bert) and Haydee Van Manen of League City, Texas. He was the…
DICKINSON — Mrs. Linda June Williams (Willis), 76, of Dickinson, Texas passed away on September 1, 2021. Linda was born on January 8, 1945 to Daisy and Robert Willis in Dallas, Texas. She loved her family and dedicated her life as a wife, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother “Gigi.” Sh…
WEBSTER, TX — John Anthony Lovings was born March 9, 1945 and passed away on September 10, 2021. His parents were Zealous Mayberry & Dora Hasker. His loving wife was Shirley L. Lovings; siblings: Zerlene, T. Bertha & Joann Jones; children: Bonnie Reed, Randy Lovings, Renee McCoy, Aud…