In response to the misinformation in Bill Sargent’s letter (“Democrats move to disenfranchise elderly voters,” The Daily News, June 2), I’d like to point out his fundamental error.
Bill Sargent neglects to say what the real issues are ("Democrats move to disenfranchise elderly voters," The Daily News, June 2).
I pick up trash in my neighborhood weekly, filling a garbage bag. Recently, I wrote a letter asking for ideas to solve the problem ("There has to be better way to keep trash off streets," The Daily News, May 13).
There are so many big and little Obama and Biden officials involved in the Durham investigation. The Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act may be the only way their entire criminal infrastructure can be prosecuted. Otherwise, with dozens or hundreds of suspects, it could take de…
With sorrow and a broken heart, we viewed what started with a murder of a human soul distorted into vehement reactions. Please Almighty God calm down our souls and set us back to our moral senses to halt what’s currently harming us all. This would surely materialize when justice prevails.
The Texas City Police Department substation soon to open at Mainland City Centre — formerly known as the Mall of the Mainland — is good news for the city, the property owner and for residents.
My friends who love President Donald Trump can’t figure out why all those reporters keep asking him impertinent questions. They think they’re trying to make him look bad, and that they’re wrong.
Our region is blessed with a thriving art community, but it can’t continue to flourish without area residents’ support. One way you can help is to see and shop the Galveston Art League’s June exhibit at either GalvestonArtLeague.com or in the nonprofit organization’s gallery at 2117-A Postof…
The Texas Supreme Court decided 9-0 this week that fear of getting COVID-19 isn't a disability under the Texas Election Code and therefore not a reason for getting an absentee ballot. But that's not stopping the state party Democrats from pressing their case in the federal courts.
When COVID-19 impacted our area, the Galveston Island Humane Society took immediate steps to protect the public, our staff and our animals.
Numerous letters to the editor and commentaries have been published recently in The Daily News concerning 2020 Galveston County property taxes, COVID-19’s effect on real estate values in Galveston County, a political request to Gov. Greg Abbott to roll back 2020 appraised values and the make…
In 1977, the Galveston Academic Excellence Booster Club created the Top 50 Awards to recognize outstanding students and teachers in local schools, both public and private.
Two swimmers entered the water late in the evening at the San Luis Pass. A strong outgoing tidal flow had already carved a steep drop-off. The falling tide was exacerbated by having to funnel through the gap between Galveston Island and Brazoria County.
With more than 33 million people out of work, it is hard to feel sorry for people whose salaries range in the hundreds of thousands to the millions of dollars.