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.
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.
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.
Even as some states and localities are “reopening” businesses and public spaces, it is likely that the COVID-19 pandemic will still be with us in November when Americans will elect a president, the entire membership of the U.S. House and more than a third of the U.S. Senate.
Although some people saw the University Interscholastic League’s announcement this week that schools could begin summer workouts June 8 as a sign high school sports would return this fall, it is not a certainty.
It seems unlikely a move to expand the population of Texans who can vote by mail will get a fair hearing this week before the Texas Supreme Court.
When the nation has passed through the COVID-19 pandemic, and assuming it can pass through the partisan fog emanating from both political poles to an objective post-crisis analysis, among the first questions should be, “Can we better protect people confined in senior care facilities?”
Armed Forces Day is the day set aside in the United States to celebrate all active duty service members in the Air Force, Army, Coast Guard, Marine Corps, Navy and even the newly created Space Force.
As of May 11, about 51.7 percent of county households had responded to the census online, by mail or by phone, according to The U.S. Census Bureau.
Of the many shortfalls of Congress’s pushed-through-too-fast CARES Act, one has seemed particularly misguided: denying economic assistance to people who are U.S. citizens because they’re married to someone who isn’t.
Do you know a young professional or leader under the age of 40? If so, Friday is the deadline to nominate that person for the prestigious 40 Under 40 awards presented by The Daily News.
As it turns out, even though the waters of Venice canals are much clearer these days thanks to the lack of tourist-driven gondola traffic, dolphins are not swimming in the canals. There are swans there; that’s true. But as that turns out, there are always swans there.