Divers could soon be restricted from collecting marine life from Blue Heron Bridge in Florida, a popular diving site where a research team from Moody Gardens earlier this year angered some groups by taking fish and invertebrates.
People lay wreaths on veterans’ graves to honor their service on Saturday. League City is participatingin National Wreaths Across America Day, an event celebrated annually across the United States to recognize and honor veterans. More than 1,500 locations participated in the event, including…
The Texas Education Agency on Wednesday released its final 2018 academic accountability ratings, information that, for the most part, was received by individual schools and districts in a preliminary August report rating the overall performance of 1,200 school districts and charter schools a…
The Galveston City Council has approved a settlement that city staff negotiated with a disaster recovery contractor for up to $13.9 million, $1.8 million less than a district court ordered the city to pay last month.
Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush on Friday said that he favored plans to build a coastal barrier along beaches, rather than highway, on Galveston Island and Bolivar Peninsula.
Only 250 people will be allowed to attend a hearing set for Saturday about a proposed coastal barrier on Bolivar Peninsula, federal officials said Friday.
A new partnership between Galveston Police Department and Galveston College saw 13 department cadets graduate Friday through a program that brought a full-time, daytime police academy to the island.
Ball High School’s Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps cadets have been practicing drill and ceremony before a Wreaths Across America event Saturday. The color guard and drill team will return to Lakeview Cemetery for the event’s second year.
Galveston College, for the first time in its 51-year history, will offer a bachelor’s degree, Bachelor of Applied Science in Healthcare Management, starting in the fall 2019 semester.