City officials in La Marque are moving in the right direction by inviting residents to get involved in its park improvement project.
“The one who plants trees, knowing that he will never sit in their shade, has at least started to understand the meaning of life.” — Bengali poet and 1913 Nobel Prize for Literature awardee Rabindranath Tagore
The Galveston City Council faces a real dilemma in deciding what to do about the proliferation of golf carts and other vehicles, such as electric-powered bicycles and scooters, sharing the roads with automobiles.
People aren’t wrong in wanting to keep critical race theory out of classrooms and public institutions. At its core, the divisive theory seeks to discriminate to achieve equity by espousing that white privilege and systemic racism influence virtually all social interaction while lowering expe…
Taxpayers in College of the Mainland’s jurisdiction have another opportunity to save themselves a little more than $4 million over the next several years by supporting ballot Proposition A.
Every year since at least 1988, The Daily News has selected and honored a resident, and in some years more than one, as its Citizen of the Year.
The beloved Galveston County Fair & Rodeo is in almost full swing at the fairgrounds in Hitchcock. But like just about everything else in this time of corona, it’s different than what we’re used to.
Before the U.S. Postal Service can fix a customer-service problem at the Bob Lyons facility in Galveston, it must admit having one. And it needs to stop blaming the “coronavirus” and “a busy holiday” season for troubles that predate both.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention should reconsider allowing cruise lines to resume operations in July, as the industry had asked.
Rather than having to tussle with a bad actor who scammed you out of your money — or did he, the courts will ask — it’s best to be diligent in your research before hiring anyone and turning over any money.
Most rational people have moved well beyond debate about whether the Earth’s climate is changing. Even the CIA, the broader U.S. intelligence community and the U.S. Department of Defense agree climate change is real and among the most pressing threats to national security and prosperity.
Take some time this month to see how you can bring your talents to a cause or organization that moves you and then jump in. It’ll be time well spent.
What’s disturbing about a campaign to oust newly installed Galveston ISD Superintendent Jerry Gibson isn’t so much that it exists, but the various claims against him, so far unsubstantiated, have been leveled anonymously.