The city of Dickinson welcomed visitors to celebrate the town’s Italian heritage Saturday at the annual Dickinson Little Italy Festival of Galveston County.

Despite morning drizzle, guests visited the decorated St. Joseph’s altar where a blessing was held to celebrate the Catholic Feast of St. Joseph.

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Peggy thompson


I’m a long time subscriber of GDN and also consider myself computer savvy. I still come from a generation of feel and touch my paper.

My problem is I continually don’t receive a paper .

Then I’m forced to read on line.

I don’t understand why this happens so often ?

I’m told to call in and report undelivered paper .

I am sent to an answering service that doesn’t pick up. This is frustrating. So here I go today with no Sat or Sunday newspaper. And make that Monday as well.

Really guys.


Peggy Cornelius


I also am subscribing to NYT daily to get current news.

Mary Lofaro

Why no picture of the Italian Tarantella dancers?? [sad]

Virginia Stone

I love the pictures, especially of the spaghetti eater.

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