TEXAS CITY — After months of all work and no play on the Bayou Golf Course, golfers are once more hooking, slicing, birdieing and bogeying on the newly renovated fairways and greens.
LEAGUE CITY — Representatives from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development will be on hand next month to ensure the city is following nondiscrimination laws when using federal grant funds.
Speed will be the name of the game Friday as the lightning-quick defense of undefeated Dickinson (7-0, overall; 4-0, district) faces the fast-paced offense of Friendswood (5-2; 3-1) in a key District 24-6A matchup.
Clear Creek head tennis coach Patrick Marrie can’t help but look back, then have plenty reason to look ahead.
This year’s District 24-6A team tennis champions remind him so much of the Wildcats who were the league’s best in 2004 and went on to reach the regional finals.
The cost of congestion in dollars is staggering. A transportation study group estimates that driving on deficient roads costs Texans $25.1 billion every year — and that number will only go up.
With the Ebola scare in the United States, I took the time to review one of the books in my library.
When First Lutheran Church, the organizers of Galveston's popular Oktoberfest began pondering ways to improve the German dinner that has long been a highlight of the celebration, there was only one way to make it better: offer it twice.
GALVESTON — There is something mildly hopeful about a huge reptile with the arrogance to construct her nest in the middle of the island's bustling West End.
SINGAPORE (AP) — Caroline Wozniacki moved closer to a place in the semifinals at the WTA Finals by beating Agnieszka Radwanska 7-5, 6-3 on Thursday.
BORGER, Texas (AP) — A Texas Panhandle man wanted in a gun theft case faces additional charges after a seven-hour standoff with police.
The Ray Stoker Jr. is loaded with vehicles bound for Galveston, Texas on Tuesday March 25, 2014, as ferry service between the Bolivar Peninsula and Galveston resumes. Ferry service, the main connection between the island and peninsula, had been shut down since Saturday night after a barge that collided with a ship leaked more than 168,000 gallons of heavy fuel oil into Galveston Bay. JENNIFER REYNOLDS/The Daily News
Cars drive onto the Robert H. Dedman ferry in Bolivar, Texas on Tuesday March 25, 2014, as ferry service between the Bolivar Peninsula and Galveston Island resumes after a barge that collided with a ship leaked more than 168,000 gallons of heavy fuel oil into Galveston Bay on Saturday. JENNIFER REYNOLDS/The Daily News
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