Tentative housing authority plans to knock down the Island Community Center to make room for low-income housing development have tenants upset.
Galveston public school trustees are considering four options to rebuild Ball High School, the costs and tax consequences.
Homeowners at odds with the property owners association claim their fees have doubled since they became residents of Lago Mar and that they're being charged for services they don't want or use.
Rodney Cavness, who took the reins during a time of turmoil and change, is leaving after just two years.
Community involvement, staffing are key to the program's longevity.
The policy is needed now because the college is adding student residences for the first time starting next fall.
Mayor Pro Tem and City Commissioner Phil Roberts and former commissioner Dedrick Johnson have filed as of Jan. 15 to run for Mayor Matthew Doyle's seat.
Texas City Independent School Board of Trustees accepted Cavness's letter of retirement Tuesday.
Galveston's Cultural Arts Commission on Tuesday was introduced to Joshua Ojeda, hired to begin compiling a comprehensive arts calendar for the city.
Since City Manager Tink Jackson came on board last May, the city council has focused on needed improvement projects and is moving rapidly forward. On Monday, council committed to a parks improvement plan and discussed the possibility of a new municipal complex.