GALVESTON — The police department has launched a mobile phone application to open a new avenue of communication with island residents.
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DICKINSON — The Dickinson Gators emerged still undefeated after their first real dogfight of the season in a 17-9 win over the Friendswood Mustangs on Friday at Sam Vitanza Stadium.
Few expected the Cougars to be challenged in what many regarded would be a romp through District 10-4A-II, yet the Kashmere Rams arrived to Etheredge Stadium on Friday night and pushed them for much of the contest.
The Galveston County Commissioners Court picked a bad fight over who has the authority to hire and fire the courts administrator.
For years I wondered: How could the Port of Houston be one of the largest ports in the world? In retirement, I can satisfy my wonder.
The Rev. Doug Guthier, pastor at First Evangelical Lutheran Church in Galveston, is retiring after more than 35 years as a minister.
GALVESTON — Catholics will honor their priests as part of a nationwide observaance of Priesthood Sunday today and Sunday at St. Patrick Church.
LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) — Mississippi State's recent slugfests with Kentucky have taught the Bulldogs that there's no such thing as a safe lead against the Wildcats.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Cameras flashed, the crowd rose for a thunderous ovation and Mo'ne Davis did exactly what she was expected to do — the 13-year-old fired a strike right down the middle.
Teachers help students work on puzzles during the early days of the Oak Tree Day School at the First United Methodist Church of Texas City. The church will celebrate its school’s 50th anniversary from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. today with a free event that will feature a mini-circus put on by students, a children’s art show, games, crafts, vendors, food and a silent auction.
Children gather during one the school’s early sessions of Oak Tree Day School at the First United Methodist Church of Texas City.
Students attend an early class of First United Methodist Church of Texas City’s Oak Tree Day School. The church will celebrate the school’s 50th anniversary with a free festival Saturday.
First United Methodist Church of Texas City, 317 5th Ave. N., will be the site of today’s event celebrating 50 years of Oak Tree Day School.
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