A month after it was first introduced, the city continues to mull over a draft ordinance regulating downtown parking.
As the city starts working on street lighting master plan, the East End gets lighting in some dark areas.
TxDOT's continued work on a pavement repair project causes delays.
Multiple factors lead to declining ridership, but some people still rely on the service.
The city is owed more than $7 million in unpaid water bills and most of it is from people who don't live in Galveston anymore.
Graffiti more an irritation than a cost, residents and owners say.
The city will approve final ballot language for a May election on Jan. 24.
The city has to pay for higher water supplier rates and more capital projects.
Crews will be repairing brick pavers along the street until summertime.
Cost and time commitments could be the barrier keeping owners of some 2018 Heritage At-Risk properties from restoring historic buildings, Galveston Historical Foundation President Dwayne Jones said.