Galveston County cities such as La Marque, Dickinson, Hitchcock and Texas City that have devoted some of their economic development money to helping local businesses stay afloat during the COVID-19 recession should be commended.
Rarely has a new school year been more fraught with frustration and confusion. Normally at this time of year, parents are maneuvering through store aisles trying to snag the last BOGO deal on No. 2 pencils and children are wrangling for the latest thing in sneakers and backpacks.
It’s important to note neither the City Auditor’s Office in Galveston nor the city attorney alleged any state bidding laws were broken in the way the Port of Galveston hired a firm to do four jobs in service of operations at the public docks.
A new wave of infection threatens the U.S. economy in the form of opportunistic pandemic lawsuits. And Congress should be compelled to provide the antidote.
We cannot imagine what it is like to be a parent planning for the back-to-school window. Each day brings new developments and challenges. And we’ve not yet even begun fall classes.
Today, The Daily News proudly presents its third annual 40 Under 40 edition — a publication designed to introduce and celebrate younger leaders in Galveston County, as nominated by the community.
Unemployment benefits provide people who lose jobs with a little help for a little while. The money is not really enough to live on, by design: People are supposed to find a new job.
OK, NASA made it official — yet again — that if you were a Sagittarius before, you are still a Sagittarius now. The space agency did not change the signs of the zodiac.
When the full U.S. Congress returns Monday, the first — and perhaps only — order of business is to take on the proposals for another stimulus package.