GALVESTON — Police are investigating the death of a 1-year-old child that occurred at an apartment complex in Galveston early Tuesday morning.
GALVESTON — An island police lieutenant is under internal investigation for his use of social media to rally public supporters against the department chief’s petition to demote the 13-year veteran of the force.
Fans of The Beach Hut, 731 Seawall Blvd., on the island, were hoping the bar and live music venue’s recent closure was only seasonal. Alas, it isn’t.
Heavy downpours flooded streets and may have been responsible for a major wreck that closed Interstate 45 near Baybrook Mall Thursday afternoon.
The county judge and his challenger in the upcoming election are set to appear in court today for a hearing on a lawsuit seeking to definitively place one candidate’s name on the ballot.
GALVESTON — Dana and Jana Smidt aren’t the type of twins who purposely dress alike, or insist on doing everything the same way. But sometimes, that uncanny psychic bond between identical twins is powerful.
TEXAS CITY — A 76-year-old man was arrested late Tuesday by officers who allege to have found drugs with a street value of more than $8,000 during a search of his home, police said.
GALVESTON — The Texas General Land Office has told the city it must reimburse more than $100,000 to its beach user fee fund by Sept. 30.
GALVESTON — The Port of Galveston’s governing board on Monday will consider entering a lease-option agreement with a company wanting to study the feasibility of building a multibillion-dollar liquefied natural gas export plant on Pelican Island.
SANTA FE — More than 100 animals, including macaws, tortoises and about 73 Irish wolfhounds, were seized Friday on six acres in Santa Fe.
The Revenue Cutter Harriet Lane forces the merchant steamer Nashville to show its colors during the attack on Fort Sumter, April 13, 1861.
The bell from the former Revenue Cutter Harriet Lane Lane can be viewed at the Museum of Southern History on the campus of Houston Baptist University.
Today, the tall ship Elissa is the most well-known vessel to call Galveston home.
A painting illustrating gunners from the Revenue Cutter Harriet Lane firing the first naval shot of the Civil War.
The path to obtaining a diagnosis has been a long and arduous one. It’s involved a great deal of waiting. It’s also brought surprises.
The annual Ursuline Academy Alumni luncheon was hosted Aug. 16.
Helen Hall Library has begun a social media campaign promoting Library Card Sign-up Month.
Retirement was just around the corner, and I was starting to panic.
For most of the past 10 years, I have run either the 5K or 10K D’Feet Breast Cancer races each October. There was no event the year that Hurri…
I watched a news blurb the other night that showed one of the incredibly rich and incredibly crooked individuals going before a judge to face …
GALVESTON — For an island that is no stranger to the strange, this Halloween season Galveston Historical Foundation is offering a new roster o…
Margaret Barno reviews “Ginger Qiill” by Kay Taylor Burnett.
Mark Lardas reviews “Ragtime Cowboys” by Loren D. Estleman.
Someone famously said that paintings and essays and music and even novels are never really completed — they are just abandoned.
DICKINSON — The Bay Area Harbour Playhouse will open two comedies “Greater Tuna” and “Wyrd Sisters” at 3803 state Highway 3 in October.
Rabbi Marshall Klaven, the newly arrived leader of Galveston’s historic Temple B’nai Israel, said the High Holy Days are a time for Jews to to…
The Jewish High Holy Days, or Days of Awe, are upon us.
The generosity of our community, friends and local businesses continues to support our Oktoberfest each and every year.
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