What a mess. The closed-open-closed status of the state’s bars and taverns has been a disaster — and blame goes up and down the line.
Chambers of commerce need the federal government to step up and help them survive the COVID-19 crisis. Not doing so could undermine a critical element of local business development and recovery potential for communities across Galveston County. And that hurts us all.
July is going to be a tough month for Texas’ educators. At the end of July, only weeks will remain before schools and universities resume classes.
As health advisors and elected officials warn of a “disturbing surge” in coronavirus cases, we should also beware of another troubling trend — misguided and misdirected anger toward business owners and their employees attempting to comply with mask orders.
There’s very little chance most Texans will get the right to cast mail-in ballots during July party primary runoff elections after a three-judge panel of the Fifth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals overruled a district court decision.
Giving state and federal privacy laws as the reason, the Texas Health and Human Services Commission has been releasing only the number of senior care facilities that were reporting at least one case of COVID-19 and the total number of residents who have died.
On this morning 76 years ago as dawn was breaking in Europe, members of what journalist Tom Brokaw would call “The Greatest Generation” boarded landing craft off the coast of France.
If you’ve owned a home in Texas for any amount of time, you’ve joined thousands who have felt the pinch of skyrocketing property tax bills.
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.