Biden says "America is back."
I remember when Roger "Bo" Quiroga was mayor previously. My recollection is that Galveston was more divided; there was more of an “us versus them” climate to proceedings at city hall; a “developer versus the environment;” “old school versus progressives.”
My letter to the editor ("Frank Maceo has my vote again for District 3," The Daily News, Oct. 13) requires no correction, but Ralph McMorris’ commentary ("Letter touting Frank Maceo demands correction," The Daily News, Nov. 24) requires some additional facts.
To quote the internet site, yourdictionary.com, “censorship is the practice of limiting access to information, ideas or books in order to prevent knowledge or freedom of thought.”
I was a poll watcher for the Democratic Party at four locations during the recent election. I commend Galveston County and the actual poll workers. Everything I observed was performed quietly by people of goodwill acting in good faith.
With COVID-19 deaths rising so dramatically, how we handle the pandemic and restart our economy will fall to considerable extent on the shoulders of our next mayor.
I believe Craig Brown would make a great mayor because he cares about us. When I was serving on the Breakers condo homeowners association in 2018, I contacted the mayor and all six city council members about construction of a hotel next door.
On Dec. 1, the Bay Area Alliance for Youth and Families will participate in Giving Tuesday. Giving Tuesday is a global generosity movement thatn started in 2012. Every year, nonprofit organizations rally together on Giving Tuesday to raise money to build their communities.
Alarming news: We've elected what we thought was a patriotic American in U.S. Rep. Randy Weber to represent Galveston. From what I just read, he has taken sides with the "Kin-Folk" Texans that still think Texas should be separated from the USA ("Texas secessionists crow after Weber memes abo…
Galveston's District 3 is a diverse area of the East End of the island, which includes downtown, the East End Historical District, half of our port, the University of Texas Medical Branch and the Fish Village area.