In response to the article ("Councilwoman claims West End neglected during storm," The Daily News, Feb. 23): I completely agree. A lot of us who live on the West End feel like we were ignored because it's mainly vacation rentals or second homes. For the small number of us who live here full …
Not enough praise can be bestowed on the University of Texas Medical Branch COVID immunization clinic crew at the League City campus. They were very professional, efficient and friendly.
The Assad regime hasn't attacked the United States, nor has Congress declared war on Syria. There's no defensive, or for that matter even legal, rationale for a U.S. military presence in Syria.
I live on the West End of Galveston. I'm always ready to help somebody in need, but I think what we need now is an adult version of the story "The Ant and the Grasshopper."
Some Texans claim raising prices from about 9 cents to $9 for a kilowatt in an emergency is a free market in action. The rest of the world calls it price gouging that no one, except businesses with politicians in their back pocket, can get away with.
Just before the Civil War, John Brown attempted to incite insurrection and was hanged. On Jan. 6, Trump did incite an insurrection that cost lives, injuries and destruction to our Capitol.
I was recently diagnosed with cervical neck and spinal stenosis. I had been going to an orthopedic clinic for around two years with pain in my legs, feet, arms and hands. They took X-rays and thought that was sufficient enough to diagnose and treat me.
It’s important to compliment people for their work ethic, commitment to do their best and on a job well done. Sunday night, Napoleon Morris and his crew with Galveston's public works department exemplified all of these fine attributes.
I enjoyed the article about Marie Robb ("Councilwoman claims West End neglected during storm," The Daily News, Feb. 23). I've owned property for 11 years and have lived here since May. I've been surprised at how little support we get from the city with all of the taxes we pay.
There’s still time to sample some of the island’s best dishes — and help a worthy cause. Galveston Restaurant Week 2021 will end on Sunday, but you have a few days to take advantage of the event. In fact, more than 40 island restaurants are participating. A portion of the proceeds from the e…
I received an unsolicited email from U.S. Rep. Randy Weber on Feb. 17 preemptively laying blame for the power outages on the Electric Reliability Council of Texas’ shoulders.
Kudos to the writer of the headline in the story ("Freezing Fiasco: 'Soviet-style' bureau led to Texas grid catastrophe, expert says," The Daily News, Feb. 17).
William Johnson was a pillar of excellence, and many Texans considered him a mentor and a friend. He was an excellent horticulturist, volunteer leader and an all-around honorable man.
Nature delivered Texans harsh freeze conditions at a level we rarely experience, which in turn brought out large quantities of the whining liberal mindset (individuals and media) that believe government is responsible for all their comfort, success and needs.