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Some of the best news for Galveston’s general appearance came this month when the city announced it finally was going to tear down a defunct and decrepit incinerator on Lennox Avenue.
Kelly Burks-Copes, project director for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Coastal Texas Protection and Feasibility Study, was quoted in an article (“Groups say maps show corps’ true plans for Ike Dike,” The Daily News, Dec. 4) stating that the Army Corps is “only at 10 percent design at this point.”
Recent news that sheriff’s deputies had raided marijuana growing operations in San Leon and Bacliff inspired some interesting commentary among the newspaper’s readers.
Each morning, a small white tag dangles from a cotton string leading back to the tea bag gently dancing in my mug. And written on each tag is a phrase from which to launch my day. Wisdom, inspiration and soul-stirring caffeine in one tidy package.
As Texas lawmakers have begun settling in for the biennial legislative session, and groups are setting agendas for what they think should be on legislators’ plates.
In response to the guest column by Bob Fields ("Trump's failures far outweigh his accomplishments," The Daily News, Dec. 2): Trump has had almost four years of bad press from all media. Attacks on his wife and children; even his 11-year-old son.
The Galveston Project for the Education of Homeless Children and Youth, called the Discovery Club, is a program that provides services to children that doesn’t have a fixed, permanent residence. Our office, here at the Galveston Independent School District, provides different resources to as…
Read in the paper where city officials are contemplating raising parking fees for both hourly and seasonal passes ("City to consider doubling seawall parking rate," The Daily News, Dec. 2). The hourly rate increase probably could be justified; however, the proposed increase in the seasonal p…
On Friday, islanders will have the opportunity to get a preview of what the island, the county and the general greater Houston metropolitan area will look like in the next decade; demographically and socio-economically.