Homeowners are seeing incremental progress on assistance programs, though most are still waiting for answers and inspections.
After businesses complained about their customers' access during the pre-Lenten festival, one owner files a legal letter to the city about his concerns.
An investigation into a claim that a 4-year-old was locked in a closet for punishment at the Mall of the Mainland Head Start Center has been resolved with two one-day suspensions without pay.
Galveston County commissioners have called on the Texas Department of Transportation to get moving on a long-stalled plan to build a major highway through part of League City.
A Houston-based poetry project designed to break the school-to-prison pipeline has been operating in Galveston schools and the Texas City juvenile justice facility for a little more than a year. On Thursday, a workshop and reading event at The Bryan Museum will spotlight the work of director Torrina Harris and her students.
Homeowners can practice restoration of essential wetlands on their own small plots of coastal land by creating what are often called living shorelines — constructed marshes like the ones at the Texas City Prairie Preserve, except on a smaller scale.
Trail riders with the Texas Independence Trail Ride Association passed through La Marque on their way to the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo on Saturday, Feb. 16, 2019. The riders camped Friday night at Mac McGaffey Highland Bayou Park and left Saturday morning. Over a hundred riders of all…
The Mardi Gras season officially kicked off Saturday with the Mainland Mardi Gras Parade in Texas City. The annual event, now in its fifth year, featured dancers, school groups, music and, of course, beads thrown to the crowd. Mardi Gras festivities will continue next weekend with the start …