Banking on its abundance of park space, La Marque's city council and parks board join in a venture to hire consultant for master plan.
Salvation Army of Galveston County for two years received emergency funds from divisional headquarters, but must now raise all funds locally to meet the organization's ongoing budgetary needs.
The sandhill cranes have returned to the island for winter roosting, and the Holiday With the Cranes festival kicks off Saturday with Keanna Leonard, nationally-know crane expert, shining a light on their behaviors and the annual migration.
After a year of complaints from customers about erratic collection, and from a contractor about unpaid bills, Dickinson is handing solid waste management back to the water district.
The truck will be a training ground for Career and Technology Education students at Ball High School.
But a top city official said the audit was unnecessary because the corporation's books had been audited recently along with the city's
The robbers took an unknown amount of prescription drugs, Bowie knife and cash from Dickinson home, police said.
The Galveston Independent School Board facilities committee will take up a Champion Advisory Committee recommendation for a new Ball High School on Dec. 11, then the entire board of trustees will hear about it at a regular Dec. 18 meeting.
In the state with the highest percentage of uninsured in 2019, getting registered in Obamacare can be confusing. The Galveston County Health District is offering help.
University of Texas Medical Branch Dr. Karl Anderson has helped develop a drug that vastly improves the lives of patients with acute hepatic porphyria, a disease that can lead to paralysis, seizures and even death.