The city says its business as usual, but some parade organizers are worried about change.
The rule was meant to preserve the exterior of historic buildings, but now some store owners are worried it means they keep their plants.
A big part of the problem is that many young people just don’t know about the opportunities in the maritime industry, officials say.
People may use a dead relative's placard or use the card when the person it's issued to isn't in the car.
Downtown businesses have complained that festival street closures block access to their shops, but said the annual Victorian holiday celebration generally is a moneymaker.
A February lawsuit said eight buildings at The Seasons Galveston Island Resort were not compliant with federal accessibility standards.
While some say online sales are significantly hurting their businesses, others say they're learning to adapt.
The Spanish Grant Civic Association agreed to landscaping and fencing to hide the trailers.
Truffles, a beloved Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory shop mascot across the nation, will need to get a special city license to keep using the public right of way.