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 follo…
HITCHCOCK — To improve Hitchcock Primary School’s state testing scores, campus and district officials must focus on each child’s learning and …
For people struggling with food insecurity, eating healthy, balanced diet can be very difficult — especially when living on a limited budget.
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-…
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 t…
Dickinson’s Jennifer and Taylor Sanders were two of several locals who walked away winners at the Bay Area Racquet Club 6th Annual Fall Festiv…
GALVESTON — Hospital officials in Galveston are preparing to take a more active role in the state’s response to cases of Ebola.
TEXAS CITY — Police are investigating the death of a man whose body was found Friday near the Texas City Dike.
GALVESTON — Blood tests, conducted on samples that were retrieved from the ship by a Coast Guard helicopter on Saturday, showed that the woman was Ebola free.
GALVESTON — A secure part of John Sealy Hospital could become the designated treatment center for future Texas Ebola patients.
GALVESTON — Bryson Bassett stood in a hallway of Ball High School next to his discovery like a proud excavator.
GALVESTON — A 22-year-old man died Monday of injuries he suffered last week when a driver struck him with a vehicle after an argument in an island street.
GALVESTON — Authorities are searching for a driver suspected of running over a 22-year-old man on an island street Wednesday night.
GALVESTON — A cruise ship carrying a passenger who is being quarantined because of possible exposure to the Ebola virus is on its way back to Galveston.
FRIENDSWOOD — An elementary teacher will stay at home for three weeks after she returns from an African safari.
Dining options are soon to increase in the island's downtown.