Puppies and people will have a grand time watching dogs surfing on the Galveston waves, but the seventh annual Ohana Surf & Skate Dog Competition does more than watching puppies enjoy the cool water.
When people are going out of town to a summer league baseball or softball game or a little league tournament come next spring, here are 23 essential items, in no particular order, to keep in mind when planning a road trip.
When 16-year-old Clear Creek High School junior Sophia Sereni takes the field to sing the National Anthem before the Houston Astros’ game against the Seattle Mariners at about 7 p.m. Monday at Minute Maid Park, it will be a shining moment that is the result of perseverance through difficult times and dedication to her craft.
Yoga has numerous health benefits, and Galveston has multiple local studios offering different yoga classes to give people the best yoga experience.
Galveston's Adrienne Culpepper called, flipped her cards and won the Island Showdown Texas Hold ‘Em tournament in the wee hours of the morning June 10, earning an entry into the World Series of Poker Main Event world championship, which starts this week.
Playing with the Harlem Globetrotters runs in the Dunbar family. The tradition began with longtime Trotter “Sweet” Lou Dunbar, and now his son Lou Dunbar II will get a chance to carry on the flame.
Cindy Benzon was all smiles Saturday as she watched 16 wheelchair tennis participants face off on the Ball High Courts.
Sea Star Base Galveston is teaming up with two other local organizations to host the first-ever Land & Sea Adaptive Sports Challenge today through Sunday.
A love and knack for bass fishing could lead to a big-time title and even larger future opportunities for two local high schoolers.
Ball High senior Emily Sims' horse riding talents drew the attention of Schreiner University's brand new co-ed equestrian varsity program, which officially made her the Mountaineers' first-ever signee in a ceremony held Saturday at Sandhill Crane Riding School.
Sunny skies, warming Gulf waters and fun, waist-high waves greeted the state's top competitive surfers on Saturday at the Texas Gulf Surfing Association's Galveston Open.